Grand Central Market
There are a ton of food vendors under one roof here. It’s a great place to eat different things: bento boxes, oysters, Thai street food, barbecue, tostadas, ramen. Coming here is a very LA thing to do, so we take our out-of-town guests and try to steer them toward foods the city is really known for, like Mexican.
Grand central market, a downtown landmark! Super awesome food hall, brings together the cuisines and cultures of LA!
This European-style food hall has been operating on the ground floor of the iconic Homer Laughlin Building since 1917. Even if you’re not there for the food, it’s worth a trip; people from all corners of L.A. mix and mingle among rows of spices, produce and vintage neon signage. Of course, if you’re…
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