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- 87%Local Culture
- 79%Family Travelers
- 75%History Buffs
- 62%Luxury Travelers
- 56%Green Travelers
- 56%Budget Travelers
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- Farmers MarketMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 2
Opened in 1934, during the Great Depression, this is Los Angeles's original Farmers Market. It began when San Fernando Valley farmers, lacking middlemen for their produce, were given an opportunity to rent stall space on idle land in the Fairfax area in order to sell their produce directly to consumers.
As part of a 1941 expansion and reconstruction project the landmark Clock Tower was erected at Farmers Market. The 2002 opening of an adjoining shopping center, The Grove, and the prevalence of weekend "farmers' markets" throughout the Los Angeles area have diminished Farmers Market's quaintness. However, I have friends who I sometimes believe, who insist that a number of the small eating-places within Farmers Market make any trip there worthwhile.Recommended for:
- Farmers MarketAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBackpackers+ 2
A nice open market with tons of food stalls, fresh produce, and crafts and trinkets. It's often busy, though, and the food tent can be smelly and dirty - which is a little worrisome. But it's a nice place to check out at least once.Recommended for:
- Farmers MarketMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBusiness Travelers+ 3
This has been a Los Angeles landmark forever!
A great place to get any type of food product you could ever want.
The meat market and cheese store offer hard to find foods all under the same roof.
I love Bennett's Ice Cream and it has been in the same location for 50 years.
you can have coffee, buy candles, and get your fortune told all while eating barbeque...The perfect day!Recommended for:
- Farmers Market
There are local framers markets listed in our guest book. Some are walking distance form the house. One of my favorites overlooks the ocean , you can shop with the dolphins! We even offer the Farmers Market cookbook for your use.
The LA Farmers Market, advertised here, is quite a treat and beside a great upscale shopping centerRecommended for:
- Farmers MarketMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersWellness+ 2
One of the best places to dine in L.A. So many choices and great food. The Mexican and Middle Eastern can't be beat. Great donuts and ice cream as well. Take the opportunity to buy fresh produce or baked goods while there.Recommended for:
- Farmers MarketMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 9
I adore the farmers market! I can take or leave the Grove, but the farmer's market is one-of-a-kind and I hope it never gets demolished, because there is plenty of new construction in LA, but it's the historical places like the Farmer's Market that make the city great.Recommended for:
- Farmers MarketMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 12
Not your typical Farmer's Market. This Farmer's Market is stationary and can be visited any time of the week!
I find myself here more often for the food stalls than produce. There are so many great places to eat like Loteria, Short Stop, The Gumbo Pot, The French Crepe Company and more.
- Farmers MarketMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureLuxury Travelers
This is one of my favorite places to eat in LA. It's casual and there is lots of selection -- whether you want crepes or a sandwich, there are many booths inside for you to choose from. You might get lost though, it's like a maze in there. On weekend days, there are huge crowds here and parking is tough - so don't count on getting in and out too efficiently!
- Farmers MarketMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6
Walk over to the Farmers Market from the Grove and get a huge variety of foods to choose from. Not only are there fresh fruits and veggies, but you can also get some Brazilian BBQ, crepes, or even chocolate desserts here. Some times you can even catch a jazz performance here.
- Farmers MarketMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBudget TravelersHistory Buffs
It's exciting to walk through this market with so many food vendors gathered in one place, however, most of the food here is just okay. The Brazilian barbecue place is good and I've also heard good things about the Malaysian place.
- Farmers Market
Unlike any other place, especially with The Grove built right next to it! Catch a daily shoot of Mario Lopez' TV show featuring visiting celebs. Take the tram as it goes around the the combined market and mall. Fantastic, all-day spree for families with children.Recommended for: