Shopping Los Angeles, United States
In this Ali Baba’s cave of delights, you can find all sorts of delicious treats: fresh fruit, vegetables, organic eggs, delicate spices, raw ingredients or cooked dishes, it’s all here. Founded in 1934 and renovated in 1991, the Farmer's Market has grown to become a shopping centre housing around a hundred food vendors. A popular destination with foodies and epicureans, this historic monument in Los Angeles, open 7 days a week, is known for its market produce sourced from local farmers and its wide range of casual food stands where you can pull up a table and eat on site. Discover the indulgent ice cream of Bennett’s Ice Cream, where Scott Bennett is proud to be one of the last traditional ice cream makers, or the Normandie Bakery, where French-born Josette Leblond serves up artisan cakes and pastries. This is also a place where you can find all of the cuisines of the world, from American, Italian and Mediterranean to Middle Eastern and Asian specialities.
3rd Street and Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles