Come to this market to see the stalls and their wares and to give into temptation.
A market of colours.
Located on the ground floor of the historic Homer Laughlin Building, at 317 Broadway, the Grand Central Market is the biggest and oldest food market in the city of Los Angeles, since its origins date back to 1917. Built around what was once an open-air market, it is a large, totally covered commercial space. Inside, you can browse around 40 very colourful stalls, where you can buy fruit, vegetables, meat, fresh fish, poultry and spices. Some sellers also run small restaurants, where people often take the opportunity to try the products they’ve bought there and then, especially omelettes, tacos, sandwiches or various kinds of soup. Although there are many products of Californian origin, you can also buy food from other parts of the world. For that reason, residents of Latin American origin come here to buy typical products from their countries of birth. Other Los Angeles citizens come here to spend an afternoon, meet their friends, do business or simply savour an ice cream. See www.grandcentralsquare.com for more information.