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Highland Park Market Offers Friendly Atmosphere

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Highland Park’s Old LA Market (Tuesdays, 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.):
A Friendly Market in a Colorful Neighborhood

Small, but charming describes Highland Park’s Old LA Farmer’s Market, which runs along Avenue 58 near the Highland Park Gold Line station to Figueroa Street.

We agree with many of the reviewers on Yelp that this market is quaint, and its small size keeps it from feeling too commercial or overwhelming.

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Food Fantasy 4 Blocks from Gold Line – 2 Blocks from Red/Purple Lines

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Food Fantasy 4 Blocks from Gold Line – 2 Blocks from Red/Purple Lines

Live Orchid Plants

Little Tokyo/Downtown Los Angeles Farmers’ Market (Thursdays, 10 am – 2 pm):

An al Fresco Lunch Destination with Something for Every Taste

You can’t find a more quintessential Downtown Los Angeles location for a delightful food experience than the Little Tokyo/City Hall Farmers’ Market. On the South Lawn of Los Angeles City Hall, on First Street between Main and Spring Streets, this market is a great place for a workday break with an al fresco lunch. Prepared food vendors outnumber all others, so come hungry. See you there! Continue reading

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Venue of East Los Angeles Farmers’ Market Is a Real Treat

Venue of East Los Angeles Farmers’ Market Is a Real Treat

East LA Civic Center

Second in a Series on Gold Line Farmers’ Market Food Adventures

East Los Angeles Civic Center Farmers’ Market
Saturdays, 9 am – 2 pm

We found three major highlights at this Farmers’ Market — the East LA Library building (be sure to check out the mosaics inside), the lovely lake and park adjacent the complex, and a fascinating artisan weaver — in addition to the fresh goodies.

Immediately across from the Metro station platform, the Civic Center complex presents an attractive facade, with art, sculpture, and mosaics at every turn. The branch library, with its geometric design and stunning mosaic mural, is a real community treasure.
cauliflower, lettuce, leeks

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