Century City Farmers Market
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- Century City Farmers MarketJan 05, 2013
The farmers market is close to my work and it's very popular for lunch on Thursdays. There's a nice variety of vendors, including flowers, fruit, baked goods, and food stands.
The most popular food choice was the Hawaiian chicken stand. My overall impression was that it was overpriced and overrated (like most of the Yelpers have already mentioned). The chicken is good, nothing like I've had in Hawaii though. The macaroni salad was gross and had too much mayo. If you order a mix plate, there's an extra $1 charge... you should just get the salad. The only downfall would be your hair and clothes smelling like bbq chicken, unless you are into that ;)
I'm interested in trying the "wasted" cupcakes from one of the baked goods stands next time! =D
- Century City Farmers MarketMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4First to ReviewNov 07, 2012
On Thursdays from around 11 to around 2 you can purchase great fruits, veggies, and food from various vendors in the courtyard between Ave of the Stars and Century park east. If you don't work in Century City you can park at the westfield mall (3 hours of free parking) and walk across the bridge. I particularily love the Lobster Rolls ($7-$12), Alcoholic cupcakes ($2.50-$3.75), and delicious fish tacos ($3)