Farmer's markets

4 Must-Visit Farmer's Markets in Los Angeles

Without a doubt, Los Angeles has the most phenomenal farmers’ markets. These seasonal markets are where the best restaurants in L.A. buy their produce, where you can indulge in your love for cheap eats with endless sampling, and where cartons of avocados seem to stretch as far as the eye can see. Check out our picks for the best farmers’ markets on the Westside and in Central L.A., then grab your reusable bag and start shopping.

1. The Original Farmer's Market

Located at the Grove, this Farmers Market is home to some of the highest quality and variety of fresh fish, meats, fruits, vegetables, breads, cookies, cheeses, wines and more, capable of fulfilling the most demanding of grocery lists. With over 40 dining opportunities, The Original Farmers Market has something for everyone. Whether you are in the mood for casual dining on the Market's patios or looking for a nice sit down meal. The farmers market offers the most diverse array of menus anywhere. You will find anything from American to Brazilian to Chinese cuisines and more! Also,  If shopping is your pleasure, the market holds a wide variety of options including jewelry shops, clothing, souvenirs, books, and even basic home furnishings and many others.

2. Westwood Farmer's Market

Westwood Farmer's market takes place every Thursday and is located just a block away from our Westwood facility. Stop by for a pupusa for lunch or the freshest chips & guacamole you can find. You can pick up some fresh veggies for dinner on your lunch break, or pick up a quick snack.

3. Hollywood Farmer's Market

The Hollywood Farmer's Market is open every Sunday from 8AM to 1PM. It is known for its expansive locally sourced goods and produce. The Hollywood Farmers' Market also features free community events and street performers.

4. Silver Lake Farmer's Market

You have the opportunity to make it to Silver Lake's Farmer's Market twice a week! Stop by Tuesday afternoons and Saturday mornings in Sunset Triangle. Aside from fresh produce, you can also find trendy vintage clothing & jewelry, used books and records, and fresh flowers.

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