los angeles. downtown. grand central public market.

“Nowhere else in Los Angeles today can you taste the richness of yesterday. The landmark Grand Central Market dates back to 1917, when well to do Angelenos rode the Angels Flight Railway for a penny down to the best open-air shopping in town. At the Market, they could find an entire world of treats for all the senses and all the family. Today, you still can. Step back over 80 years as you explore aisle after aisle of exciting sights, scents, flavors, historic neon signs – and values…” source

“…Over 38 merchants offer their finest selections of produce, delicacies, and unique specialty items from around the globe. There’s a great variety of fresh-picked fruits and vegetables . . . meats, fish, and poultry . . . exotic herbs and spices . . . candies and nuts . . . fresh cut flowers, plants and exotic dishes from a world of thriving cultures…” source

grand central market is located on 317 south broadway in bunker hill, downtown los angeles and is open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

//all information from grandcentralsquare.com / all photos are mine

4 thoughts on “los angeles. downtown. grand central public market.

  1. I love me a good market! There is a very similar one in Philadelphia but the name escapes me right now. Feels a little bit like a trip back in time. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Looks like fun to me! Visiting markets like this is one of my favorite things to do while I travel!

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