The Guide to Los Angeles Farmers Markets

Every week, neighborhoods across Los Angeles host farmers' markets that offer an incredible selection of fresh produce and artisanal food. These markets are also community hubs, featuring local vendors, DJs, live music, and kids activities. Shop local and support small businesses with our guide to LA farmers' markets.

NOTE: Vendors, hours and opening dates change frequently. Check individual websites for updated information.

Historic Downtown Farmers' Market
Historic Downtown Farmers' Market | Photo: @historiccore, Instagram

Downtown LA

Curated by the diverse Downtown LA community, the Historic Downtown Farmers' Market is the neighborhood's only Certified Farmers' Market. Launched in July 2012, the weekly market features fresh produce, local food and artisans, and live music.

Sundays 9am - 3pm
W. 5th St. (between S. Spring & S. Broadway), Los Angeles 90013

Griffith Farms at Central Avenue Farmers' Market
Griffith Farms at Central Avenue Farmers' Market | Photo: @centralavefm, Instagram

South LA

For decades, Central Avenue was known as the heart of LA's African American community, and a mecca for jazz and R&B. Taking place a block from the historic Dunbar Hotel, the Central Avenue Farmers’ Market features a small group of farmers that sell a variety of farm-fresh produce, nuts and dried fruits, and family-friendly events like healthy cooking demos, arts & crafts workshops, and seasonal activities for the entire community. The market is located in the courtyard of the Central Avenue Constituent Services Center, LA City Council District 9.

Thursdays 9am – 2pm
4301 S. Central Ave, Los Angeles 90011


Located on the Promenade at Cinemark Baldwin Hills (formerly Rave Cinemas), the Crenshaw Farmers’ Market features a dozen local farmers and more than two dozen food and artisan vendors that offer local produce as well as spices, sprouts, breads, nuts, baked goods and fresh flowers. The market also hosts monthly events such as cooking demos, tastings, children’s activities and DJ sets.

Saturdays 10am – 3pm
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, 3650 W Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, LA 90008

Rainbow carrots at the Hollywood Farmers' Market
Rainbow carrots at the Hollywood Farmers' Market | Photo: @theproducenerd, Instagram


There were only a few farmers' markets in California when the Hollywood Farmers' Market launched in 1991 - today it hosts 160 farmers, producers and food artisans. Shoppers range from local families who live in the neighborhood to world-class chefs like Chris Hollingsworth of Otium in Downtown LA. Along with the wide variety of fresh produce and packaged foods, you'll find everything from handmade gifts by to fruit and vegetable starter plants by the beloved Logan's Garden. The Hollywood Farmers’ Market also features cooking demos, live music, children's activities, and book signings.

Sundays 8am -1pm
Ivar and Selma Avenues, Los Angeles 90028


Located at the Hollywood/Western Station of the Metro B Line, the East Hollywood Certified Farmers’ Market offers a variety of fresh, affordable produce and other goods. The market was established in 2012 by the Thai Community Development Center (Thai CDC) to improve access to fresh and affordable locally grown produce in the East Hollywood neighborhood, as well as encourage healthy eating habits.

Mondays and Thursdays 3:30pm - 7:30pm
Hollywood/Western Station, Los Angeles 90027

Produce at Silver Lake Farmers’ Market
Silver Lake Farmers’ Market | Photo: @silverlakefarmersmarket, Instagram
Me Gusta Gourmet Tamales at the Echo Park Farmers' Market
Me Gusta Gourmet Tamales at the Echo Park Farmers' Market | Photo: @echoparkfm, Instagram


The Atwater Village Farmers’ Market hosts more than two dozen vendors, including Tutti Frutti Farms, best known for heirloom tomatoes and other organic produce; organic herbs and lettuces from Kenter Canyon Farms; and La Bahn Ranch, purveyors of fresh eggs and other poultry. Artisan food offerings include a wide range of breads, specialty foods, and other locally-prepared food. The family-friendly market also features live entertainment by local musicians. Located at Public Parking Lot 646 on Larga.

Sundays 9am – 2pm
3528 Larga Ave, Los Angeles 90039


A neighborhood favorite since 2006, the Echo Park Farmers’ Market features 15 local farmers offering a wide variety of produce and goods like jams and jellies, honey, vegan galettes, Me Gusta Gourmet Tamales, and flowers from Patty Farms. The market regularly hosts community and family events, such as Summer Vibrations - DJ sets from LA's own dublab sound system.

Fridays 3pm – 7:30pm
1146 Logan St. (at Sunset Blvd), Los Angeles 90026


Of course the Silver Lake Farmers Market offers plenty of fresh local produce like gourmet mushrooms from Los Feliz-based Fungi Valley. But it wouldn't be a Silver Lake market without vintage clothing, handmade jewelry, used books and vinyl records, and groovy goods like crystals, sage and more.

Tuesdays 1:30pm - 7pm; Saturdays 8am-1:30pm
Sunset Triangle Plaza, 1500 Griffith Park Blvd, Los Angeles 90026

Rick's Produce at The Original Farmers Market
Rick's Produce at The Original Farmers Market | Photo: @ricksproduce, Instagram
Strawberries at the Larchmont Village Farmers' Market
Larchmont Village Farmers' Market | Photo: @farmersmarketdad, Instagram


Founded in 1934, The Original Farmers Market has welcomed generations of visitors and locals alike to "Meet Me at 3rd & Fairfax." One of LA's most popular destinations, the landmark open-air marketplace has hosted everyone from President Eisenhower to The Beatles, Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe. Stroll the market and explore more than 100 produce stands, specialty foods, and retail shops. Many of these merchants have been family-owned and operated at The Original Farmers Market for decades.

Hungry? There's a global range of food options, from the famous pancakes at Du-Par's or Bob's Coffee & Doughnuts to start the day; to The Gumbo Pot, Pampas Grill, Singapore's Banana Leaf, Trejo's Tacos, and Monsieur Marcel Bistro for a Parisian-style cafe experience.

6333 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles 90036
Sunday - Thursday 10am - 8pm; Friday - Saturday 10am - 9pm


The award-winning Helen Albert Certified Farmers' Market features organic and farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, fresh fish, flowers and more. The market takes place in the north parking lot of Plummer Park in WeHo.

Mondays 9am - 2pm
Plummer Park, 1200 N. Vista St, West Hollywood 90069


The La Cienega Farmers Market opened in May 2000 as an initiative of the nonprofit Model Neighborhood Program (MNP), which is dedicated to vitalizing the community by providing direct support through its Certified Farmers’ Markets and nutrition programs. Popular vendors include Arnett Farms, Ken's Top Notch Produce, Tamai Family Farms, Antipasti LA, Brenda's Peanuts, Cobblermania, and Dave's Gourmet Korean. The expanded food options include AJJ Crepes, street tacos, and The Trolley Stop.

Thursdays 2pm - 7pm
1835 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles 90035


A longtime Sunday institution of the neighborhood, the Larchmont Village Farmers' Market recently added a smaller edition on Wednesdays. In addition to the fresh California produce and prepared foods (don't miss the citrus morning buns from Tommy & Atticus), market vendor Dry Dock FIsh offers free home delivery with a minimum $80 order. Located at Lot 694 (the city parking lot with the clock).

Wednesdays noon - 4pm, Sundays 10am - 2pm
209 N Larchmont Blvd, Los Angeles 90004


There's something for everyone at the Melrose Place Farmers Market. The Certified Farmers' produce goes without saying, but the eclectic vendor lineup also includes Intersect Candles (hand-poured / vegan), Drifter Organics vegan skincare, health & wellness products from Karmic Seeds, 72 Cookies, French pastries by Sweet Wheat Bakery (100% French flour); and bites from Yeastie Boys Bagels, Smok N Joe's Chili and more.

Sundays 10am - 2pm
8400 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles 90069


Located on the western edge of West Adams, Wellington Square is a charming neighborhood known for its 209 historic homes dating to the 1920s. Opened in 2010, the Wellington Square Farmers' Market offers Certified Farmers' produce, baked goods, prepared foods, live music, and a flea market with jewelry, furniture and more handmade by local artisans.

Sundays 9am -1pm
4394 Washington Blvd (two blocks west of Crenshaw Blvd), Los Angeles 90016

Wolfgang Puck at the Downtown Santa Monica Farmers' Market
Wolfgang Puck at the Downtown Santa Monica Farmers' Market | Photo: @murraystevena2, Instagram
Chinese long beans from Ramones Family Farm at the Culver City Farmers' Market
Chinese long beans from Ramones Family Farm at the Culver City Farmers' Market | Photo: @culvercityfarmersmarket, Instagram


Serving the community for more than two decades, the Culver City Farmers' Market follows a "seed-to-harvest" philosophy that provides Certified Farmers fresh produce, locally prepared organic and vegan fare, and an open-air space for neighbors to meet, mingle, and shop every week. Located a block from the historic Culver Hotel.

Tuesdays 2pm - 7pm
Main Street, Culver City 90232


Santa Monica hosts farmers markets three days a week: Downtown Santa Monica (Wednesdays and Saturdays), Virginia Avenue Park (Saturdays), and Main Street on Sundays.

Founded in July 1981, the renowned Wednesday Market hosts more than 85 Certified Farmers and attracts 9,000 food shoppers every week, including many of LA's most well-known chefs and restaurateurs. Whether it's common, exotic or even an experimental variety, you'll find it in the market's treasure trove of produce - from seasonal vendors like Andy's Orchard to longtime favorites like Coleman Family Farms, Harry's Berries, Murray Family Farms, and Weiser Family Farms.

Wednesdays and Saturdays: 8am - 1pm
155-199 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica 90401


It's modest in size, but the Westwood Village Farmers' Market features top notch growers like the ubiquitous Arnett Farms, Chavez Farms, J & V Gutierrez Farms, and Murray Family Farms. Other vendors include Divine Decor Orchids, plant-based beauty & wellness products from Nena's Organics; women's fashion and accessories by Jessie & Sky; vegan ice cream from Rock Salt Ice Cream; Kenchan Ramen DIY ramen kits for two; Come to Aunty's bento boxes and rice balls; and made-to-order pupusas by Pupusas Yeni. The market also hosts a compost hub in partnership with Sprouts of Promise and Compostable.

Thursdays noon - 5pm
1030 Broxton Ave, Los Angeles 90024

Feed & Be Fed at the San Pedro Farmers' Market
Feed & Be Fed at the San Pedro Farmers' Market | Photo: @sanpedrofarmersmarket, Instagram
Galbi plate by Mama Kim’s KBBQ at the Marina del Rey Farmers' Market
Galbi plate by Mama Kim’s KBBQ at the Marina del Rey Farmers' Market | Photo: @mamakims_kbbq, Instagram

Beach Cities

The Downtown Manhattan Beach Farmers Market features the best of the season from Certified Farmers, along with more than 30 local food vendors offering a wide range of artisanal goods, including plant-based and vegan options. In August and September, be sure to check out Magical Grapes, a seasonal grower specializing in Japanese grapes like "Shinano Smile" and "Shine Muscat." Indulge your sweet tooth with Manhattan Beach-based Bar Au Chocolat, featuring single origin chocolates and chocolate pantry essentials.

Tuesdays 11am - 3pm
326 13th St, Manhattan Beach 90266


Sponsored by the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches & Harbors, the Marina del Rey Farmers' Market features fresh, locally grown produce from Certified Farmers and prepared foods like hummus, gourmet dips, spreads from Brothers Products. Known for their artisanal kimchi, Mama Kim's KBBQ also fires up galbi tacos and plates, gyoza, and rice cakes on a stick. The Marina del Rey Farmers Market is held in Parking Lot 11 next to The Cheesecake Factory.

Saturdays 9am - 2pm
14101 Panay Way, Marina del Rey 90292


Dubbed a "transient town square," the Mar Vista Farmers' Market features an extensive list of Certified Farmers, including numerous organic vendors such as Ace Ranch, Apricot Lane, Burkhart Farm, Corky's Nuts, County Line Harvest, Cuyama Orchards, Forbidden Fruit Orchards, Garcia Organic Farm, Jewel Dates, John Givens Organics, JR Organic Farm, Larry Kandarian, McKay Smith Farms, Murray Family Farm, Sunrise Organic Farm, Tutti Fruiti, and The Grove. Kick back at the dining area and listen to the DJs while you nosh on Stone Fruit Crostatas from Bakers Kneaded or Venezuelan street food from The Arepa Stand. For the kids, there's a free weekly craft workshop, and Cooking for Kids with vegan chef Acooba Scott on the fourth Sunday. The market also offers free dogsitting and complimentary bike valet/repair.

Sundays 9am - 2pm
12198 Venice Blvd (at Grand View), Los Angeles 90066


Located in the Little Italy district, the San Pedro Farmers Market is the perfect way to get a healthy jumpstart to the weekend. When it says "local," the market really means it - shop San Pedro-based vendors like Feed & Be Fed, an urban garden and farm; small batch spices and gourmet food from A Bite of Good; handmade pasta from Miller Butler; handmade goods from the San Pedro Art Association; and Harbor City's Mr. and Mrs. B's Juice Cafe. The market takes place in Pepper Tree Plaza next to San Pedro City Hall.

Fridays 11am - 3pm
638 S. Beacon St, San Pedro 90731

Stone fruit at the NoHo Farmers' Market
Stone fruit at the NoHo Farmers' Market | Photo: @michael.actual, Instagram
Gourmet mushrooms from LA FungHi at the Studio City Farmers' Market
LA FungHi at the Studio City Farmers' Market | Photo: @wholelifeeats, Instagram

San Fernando Valley

Serving the community since 1983, the Burbank Certified Farmers' Market features Certified Organic growers like Givens Ranch, Island Farms, Nuvo Olive Oil, Spring Hill Cheese, Sycamore Hill Ranch, and many more. A not-for-profit market, all proceeds go to the Providence Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, which helps provide medical care for those who would otherwise be unable to afford it. Many vendors donate unsold food items to Food Forward at the end of the market.

Saturdays 8am - noon
101 N. Glenoaks Ave. (at Olive), Burbank 91502


Each week, more than 1,500 locals visit the Encino Farmers' Market, which features Certified Farmers and vendors selling fresh flowers, eggs, chicken and grass fed beef, honey, plants and more. The Food Court includes prepared food such as crepes, gourmet tamales, vegan products, coffee, tea, fruit smoothies, two bakeries and a fishmonger. Artisan products include handmade soaps, candles, hats, clothing, jewelry, baby gifts and more. Local cultural groups provide live entertainment, and on select Sundays there's face painting and a bounce house for the kids. Proceeds from the market benefit the nonprofit ONEgeneration.

Sundays 8am - 1pm
17400 Victory Blvd, Van Nuys 91406


The family-friendly NoHo Farmers Market is a festive open-air marketplace in the heart of North Hollywood. The Certified Farmers Market features a variety of fresh produce from California farmers, as well as breads, nuts, ethnic foods, cheeses, fruit juices, cookies, and much more. Stop by the food court for everything from decadent sweets to kombucha and authentic New Orleans cuisine from The Trolley Stop. The market also offers clothing, crafts, the Artist Village, live entertainment, and children’s activities.

Saturdays 9:30am - 2:30pm
5331 Bakman Ave, North Hollywood 91601


You'll find much more than amazing farm-fresh produce at the Studio City Farmers Market, which is supporting our frontline heroes with special tote bags: "Adopt a Healthcare Worker" and "Adopt a First Responder." Priced at $100, each tote bag is filled with non-perishable farmers' market food and will be donated to local hospitals and fire stations. Tote bag items include nut butter, cheese, olive oil, tortillas, nuts, dried fruit, bread, jam, coffee, tea, soap, and more. Every purchase also supports the market and its artisans.

Kids will have a blast with the petting zoo, pony ride, swings, bounce house, giant slide, and even a train ride! There's also face painting and temp tattoos by Bilyana.

Sundays 8am - 1pm
2052 Ventura Pl, Studio City 91604

Berries from Gutierrez Farm at the South Pasadena Farmers' Market
Gutierrez Farm at the South Pasadena Farmers' Market | Photo: @southpasfarmersmarket, Instagram
Seafood salad from West Coast Seafood at the Pasadena Farmers' Market
Seafood salad from West Coast Seafood at the Pasadena Farmers' Market | Photo: @okmoorefood, Instagram

San Gabriel Valley

The Pasadena Certified Farmers' Market offers two locations: Villa Parke Community Center on Tuesdays and Victory Park on Saturdays. Villa Parke was started in 1980 and welcomes about 13 vendors. Victory Park followed in 1984 and has grown to 60 vendors. Shop for fruits, vegetables and farm products from certified growers; baked goods, jams, jellies, ranch-raised meats from Watkins Cattle Co, fish from West Coast Seafood; and freshly-cut and potted plants and blooms. At Victory Park you can nosh on Korean BBQ, Mexican and Mediterranean food. Both markets are open weekly, rain or shine (except during the Tournament of Roses).

Tuesdays 8:30am - 12:30pm
Villa Parke, 363 E. Villa St, Pasadena 91101

Saturdays 8:30am - 12:30pm
Victory Park, 2900 block of N. Sierra Madre Blvd, Pasadena 91107


With its canopy of towering trees, the South Pasadena Farmers' Market offers a unique ambiance to go with the Certified Farmers' produce that's generally picked within 24 hours of being offered at the market. Conveniently located next to the Metro L Line South Pasadena Station, the market also features prepared food vendors like the ever-popular Carmela Ice Cream, Happy Inka, Robin's Woodfire BBQ, and several to-go options. Nearby shops and restaurants are often open late on market night.

The market is also a community hub - the Local Market Annex features local businesses and the Community Corner showcases local nonprofits. Free events include the annual flu shot clinic, Health & Wellness Festival, Bike Clinic, Healthy Happy Halloween, Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration, and more.

Thursdays 4pm - 8pm
920 Meridian Ave, South Pasadena 91030