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6333 W 3rd St Los Angeles, CA 90036
6333 West 3rd StreetUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90036
(323) 933-9211farmersmarketla.com
Shopping MallToday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
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. With more than 40 dining opportunities, Farmers Market has something for everyone. Whether you are in the mood for casual dining on the Market’s charming patios or an exquisite sit-down meal, Farmers Market offers the most diverse array of menus anywhere. Also, the 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. If shopping is your pleasure, an eclectic variety are at the Farmers Market including jewelry shops, beauty supplies, clothing, souvenirs, artwork and memorabilia, exotic and basic home furnishings and many others. Nearly eighty years later the Farmers Market remains the one stop shop for every visitor’s needs.
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Sprawling historic market features a range of trendy shops, restaurants & gourmet grocery purveyors.- Google
"Ate delicious Brazilian food and homemade ice cream."
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"Not really a farmer's market as it is an open air food court."
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Pablo Costa Tirado
a month ago
Brilliant place. This is the best place in a wonderful place, this is a market in the Grove. I've been in a lot of markets including most of the London ones and the thing I like the most in this market is the space, order and quiet atmosphere you get here. Is awesome! Every time I visit a London market Is always so crowded that all you can think about is to escape from there. If you don't escape, you have to wait in a long queue and then eat seated on the ground if you find a seat, otherwise you'll be standing. Here is just the opposite, and I like that.
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Gene Maryushenko
in the last week
The Farmers Market is a fun place. If you're coming to shop for produce I recommend going elsewhere however if you're looking to grab a bite of delicious food then this is the place to come. The place gets quite crowded on the weekend I recommend coming earlier right before it opens.
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Sascha Freudenheim
3 months ago
Love this place! One of my favorite stops for a coffee or casual lunch in LA. Good food, charming environment!
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Christine Tran
9 months ago
One fun activity to do in LA is going to the Farmers Market. Located on the corner of 3rd and Fairfax, a very busy intersection filled with locals and tourists. Located on the corner of 3rd and Fairfax, a very busy intersection filled with locals and tourists. The Farmers Market is opened 7 days a week, rain or shine. They share the same area as The Grove; a beautiful outdoor shopping center. You can easily spend a few hours here shopping and eating. There are plenty of casual dining options and a variety of cuisines. You can get Brazilian, French, Spanish, Thai, etc. One of my all time favorite is Little Spain. They have these amazing Spanish croquettes. You can get it with chicken, crab or jamon serrano. I like mine with mushroom. It comes with their housemade aioli dipping sauce that is fantastic! I also love their Sangria. It's light and filled with fresh fruits, a perfect refreshing drink for a Summer day. Aside from the wonderful dining options, there are lots of fresh produce as well. Lots of organics. On my last trip I got introduced to this vegetable called Romanesco brocolli. It's similar to a cauliflower and it's a lime green color. The texture is crunchy-like. Good raw, blanched, or lightly sauteed. This whole area tends to get very crowded on the weekends but it's definitely worth the stop if you're in the area.
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Steve Pierre
3 months ago
One's of LA's MUST VISITS. You can come here every week and find something new and interesting. Much more than what you would expect from what you'd think a farmer's market would be. Parking was a bit easy for us to find, and from then on, there's just so many different specialty shops to see. Tons of places for desserts, authentic ethnic cuisines, spices, organic items, and even a french grocer that had imported chocolate that I would not find anywhere else. Definitely has that flea market feel, but what you'll find is quite awesome.
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James Moore
2 months ago
I can hear for a networking event which is held at the farmers market communal area on the second floor. I didn't realize they had so much seating upstairs that was nice to know. I wish the parking at the farmers market was a bit cheaper. I remember a long time ago I came here to watch a movie and it was so packed that the only place that had parking was at the farmers market but I ended up paying like $20 after I saw the movie. I do like a lot of the different food options at the farmers market. I usually go to pampas grill. It's nice that they have so many different cuisines, price ranges, and different types of food whether it's desserts or produce or frozen yogurt. They also have a lot of cute little stores here.
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Eden Jeffries
8 months ago
I have been going to the Original Farmers Market since I was a child. It's not a traditional neighborhood Farmers Market that you typically think of. It is more of an open air marketplace with several stalls vending food, groceries, sweets, gifts, gourmet or specialty items, coffee and some small size restaurants. There are several souvenir stalls, fruit stalls, a butcher or two, coffee places and so the list goes on. I love the place both for its choice and for the variety of experiences one can have here. I can choose from a variety of different countries' cuisines, and can feel like I'm in LA, NY, or a distant land abroad. It draws an incredibly diverse crowd between the tourists and the locals from all over the county. I love Pampas the Brazilian BBQ joint, Normandie Bakery for their excellent french pastries and desserts, the Creperie, Singapore's Banana Leaf for indo-asian cuisine, and Short Order's quality burgers and fries. Across the parking lot is the Farmers Market North which is a new annex to the original, which is just a row of chain eateries in your typical commercial fashion, with places like Chipotle, Veggie Grill, and major restaurants Maggiano's and Wood Ranch. Kids seem to enjoy the choices available, while their parents are eating something exotic they can find the original hot dog, etc. Remember to get you free parking for two hours by getting validation anywhere you purchase something, even for only coffee.
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Carol Cruz
11 months ago
Great place to find a variety of different ethnic cuisines. Found turkish cuisine fascinating. Ate delicious Brazilian food and homemade ice cream. Starbucks was there. Unfortunately, I was naive to think there were more stalls for farmers. There were only two that I found. Nonetheless, I bought fresh strawberries and cherries. Would like to return someday.

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