Guide to Los Angeles Farmers Markets Slideshow

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Hollywood Farmers Market
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Hollywood Farmers Market
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Started 21-years-ago, the Hollywood Farmers Market draws a diverse crowd. Each week 100 farmers, 45 vendors, and 20 artisans sell everything from berries to root vegetables to organic coffee drinks to ice cream, along with woven baskets, jewelry, and more.

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Hollywood Farmers Market
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Hollywood Farmers Market
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Approximately 10,000 people visit the Hollywood Farmers Market each Sunday. A portion of the revenue is invested into other food programs in low-income areas of the city so that everyone can have access to the best produce.

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Yamashiro Farmers Market
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Yamashiro Farmers Market
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The seasonal Yamashiro Farmers Market runs from April through October on Thursday evenings. Try chef Brock Kleweno's famous Japanese tacos from KOMIDA in Hollywood, lasagna cupcakes from Heirloom LA, or lamb gyros from the Global Soul food truck.

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Silverlake Farmers Market
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Silverlake Farmers Market
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Bigger isn't always better when it comes to area markets. Many of the smaller markets, like Silverlake Farmers Market have the same vendors as the bigger markets, and it is easier to establish a relationship with the farmers.

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Silverlake Farmers Market
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Silverlake Farmers Market
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If you are a weekly shopper at the Silverlake Farmers Market, you will find the same great array of produce that is found at larger markets, as well as specialty prepared foods like homemade pita, vegan wraps, and goat cheese but for lower prices.

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Silverlake Farmers Market
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Silverlake Farmers Market
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Going to smaller markets like Silverlake Farmers Market earlier in the day ensures you have the best selection. Farmers don't bring as much to these markets and they can sell out quickly.

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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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The Original Farmers Market is Los Angeles’ oldest.

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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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Stop by Magee's Kitchen, which has had people coming for hearty meals like roasts and corned beef for years and continues to be run by founder Blanche Magee's daughter-in-law.

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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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Bob's Coffee & Doughnuts at The Original Farmers Market features one of the most popular glazed donuts in Los Angeles.

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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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Amy Pressman and Nancy Silverton’s bakery Short Cake and burger shop Short Order are recent additions to The Original Farmers Market and have people lined up for exceptional burgers and baked goods.

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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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Condiment store Light My Fire at The Original Farmers Market carries one of the largest hot sauce selections in the country.

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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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Started in 1934 by the Gilmore family, The Original Farmers Market is family-owned and operated. Inside you will find a wide selection of small restaurants, food stands, and some produce.

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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles)
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Visitors can find local produce at the farm stands at The Original Farmers Market and artisan products at stores like gourmet grocer Monsieur Marcel.

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