Sunday 8 am to 1 pm
Between Hollywood Blvd and Sunset Blvd, near Vine Street
The most happening scene on a Sunday morning, The Hollywood Farmers Market brings shoppers out early to get locally sourced, natural ingredients, including espresso, dried fruits and nuts, mushrooms, olives, cheeses, and California-grown fruits and vegetables. You can skip the brunch for ethnic foods prepared on the premises, along with hot pancakes and fruit juices. Shop with your friends and family you are visiting in Los Angeles and find all the supplies you need to assemble your Thanksgiving spread. By buying local, you help support local farming and clean eating. Expect only the highest quality for your home cooking, and grab an authentic bite while you browse.
With the holidays approaching fast, you’ll discover some unexpected finds and hidden treasures at the Hollywood Market. Stroll between Hollywood Blvd and Sunset Blvd to browse the racks of clothing, jewelry, gifts, and preserved treats like jams and jellies. If you’re visiting Los Angeles from out of town, take in a clear and complete view of the Hollywood Sign by looking north on Argyle Avenue after walking east on Selma. Setting the ambiance of this scene, the market features street musicians, community organizations, and free events from cooking demos to cookbook autographs and kids workshops.
This long row of tents and treats was started back in 1991. Today, the event brings together 160 farmers, producers, and foodies who specialize in seasonal crops across the state. Rain or shine, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase homemade goodies and handcrafted masterpieces at the market. To learn more about this weekly event in the heart of Hollywood, go to http://www.seela.org/hollywood-farmers-market/.