The Original Farmers Market
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Established in 1934, when a dozen local farmers parked their trucks on an open field (once a dairy farm) to sell fresh produce to local residents, the Market has remained true to its roots ever since. Over 75 years later the Farmers Market remains the one stop shop for every visitor’s needs.
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Farmers' Market, Los Angeles claims to be “the original” farmers' market, this well-known spot originated in 1934 when a few farmers settled their trucks on what was, at that point, an empty patch of dirt. Today it’s a thriving marketplace with kiosks, stands, shops, and restaurants. It's approx. a…
Fun to take visitors. Great food to be had, fresh peanut butter, sausage, etc. French and Brazilian restaurants are good. On same property as The Grove outdoor mall with a trolley and water feature. Nordstroms, etc.
LOVE this market! Food from all over the world. It's a bit of ways from here but so great and then there is a lot of outdoor shopping.
Classic LA food scene with several vendors and the Grove Mall right there too
A piece of LA history since 1934. Grab a bite to eat from a variety of restaurants and take a seat for some fantastic people watching.
Historical. Los Angeles' original Farmers Market. Many outdoor cafe's, bars and specialty food shops
The original LA farmer's market in the heart of the Fairfax district. Experience the international culinary diversity that Los Angeles has to offer here and a slice of Los Angeles history. Under a covered roof, find booths of every imaginable kind of food and grocery: There is Brazilian Barbeque, …
Classic LA spot. tons of vendors selling different food and wares adjacent to The Grove outdoor shopping center.
This standing market is like a mini mall of vendors booths, small stores, souvenir shops, services. it has everything! butcher shop, wine chop and fast-ish food where you order at the counter and then grab a table and some sit down restaurants. If everyone wants something different to eat this is…
Great people watching and food. I especially enjoy Pampa's Buffet style Brazilian BBQ
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6333 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90036
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