Calabasas (Old Town)
23504 Calabasas Rd & Mulholland 8am-1pm
2200 Crenshaw Blvd 8am-1pm
La Canada Flintridge
1300 Foothill Blvd & Beulah Drive 8am-1pm
Burbank Farmers Market
Olive & GlenOaks 7:30am-12:30pm
S Gretna Green Way & San Vicente Blvd 9am-2pm
Ivar Ave and Selma Ave 8am-1pm
Larchmont Farmer’s Market
542 1/2 N Larchmont Blvd 9am-2pm
12052 Ventura Place 8am-1pm
Plummer Park North lot, North Vista St & Fountain Ave 9am-2pm
Main St – between Venice and Culver Blvd 2:30pm-7pm
2200 Crenshaw Blvd 8am-1pm
Meridian / mission 3pm-8pm (Winter 3pm-7pm)
500 S. Venice Blvd. 7am-11am
Quaint European style and ambience in a fresh open-air environment with the freshest produce and flowers, crafts, cooking demonstrations by local restaurants. This year round market is open on Sunday mornings.
A favorite weekend social and shopping spot for many years, the Calabasas Farmers market is in Old Town, Calabasas, on Calabasas Road just west of El Canon Avenue, across the street from the Sagebrush Cantina.
The Calabasas Farmers Market features an assortment of vendor with fresh produce and a variety of foods. The Market now sells wine as well as a great selection of flowers.
With plenty of free parking, the market is open every Saturday, rain or shine, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For more info, call (818) 591-8161.
The year round market offers fresh fruits, vegetables and a selection of other fine foods, and takes place every Tuesday, rain or shine, on downtown Culver City’s Main Street, from 3 to 7 pm.
Now over 200 free parking spaces adjacent to the market.
(in the Cardiff parking structure)
The Hollywood Farmers’ Market is a “certified” open-air street market with approximately 90 farmers, 30 local artisans, and 30 baked goods and prepared food vendors who sell their own products every Sunday. It is a direct-to-consumer marketplace with all produce and products from local, California vendors and growers.
Besides offering a fantastic variety of the freshest California-grown fruits and vegetables, the Hollywood Farmers’ Market has increasingly become a destination shopping venue. Other products include honey, fish, free-range poultry and eggs, bison meat, gouda cheese, olives, mushrooms, sprouts, jams, jellies, fruit juices, specialty sauces and dips, dried fruit and nuts, an espresso cart, Mexican, Caribbean, Middle-Eastern and many other ethnic foods prepared at the market, hot crepes, breads, cookies, clothing, jewelry, gifts and so much more.
The Hollywood Farmers’ Market also hosts street musicians every Sunday as well as local nonprofit community organizations and free special events for the community including chef demos, cookbook signings, tastings, children’s craft workshops, and family-oriented festivals. Free helium balloons for children, recipes and other information in addition to Hollywood Farmers’ Market t-shirts, aprons and bags are available at the Information Booth at Ivar and Selma Ave.
La Canada Flintridge
What small town would be complete without a weekly Farmers Market? Since Fall 2003, the Chamber has sponsored a European-style Farmers Market every Saturday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at 1300 Foothill Blvd., across the street from Memorial Park.
Vendors come from all over the region with fresh fruits, nuts, vegetables, flowers, baked goods and much, much more, even solar roof systems. Many items are organically grown.
Set in the historic Mission West District of South Pasadena, this market features the finest in fruits and vegetables, including organic, gouda and goat cheese, fresh flowers, honey, breads, eggs, herbs and much more. It is held every Thursday, rain or shine, from 4 to 8 p.m. on Meridian at Mission Street in South Pasadena.
This is one of the greenest markets in town, because you don’t have to drive to get here—it’s right off the Gold Line Mission stop. And the vendors just get better and better.
This is a social market for many people, who either get dinner from the various stands or shop for produce and then walk to one of the many good nearby restaurants, some of which offer market-night specials.
The South Pasadena farmers market was chosen as part of Toyota’s Farm to Table Tour, a 3-year-old program that brings together notable local chefs and farmers to talk about farmers markets, the farm-to-restaurant connection, and to offer tasty samples. Check out pictures of the Toyota event, including our huge, delicious portobellos.
A non-profit farmers market jointly owned by the Studio City Residents Association and the Studio City Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the Studio City Farmers Market was created to provide access to locally grown produce and locally produced artisan foods and crafts. The Market is held every Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Ventura Place between Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Radford Avenue. Parking is available at CBS Studios and in the Chase Bank parking lot. The Market’s vendors offer everything from organically raised chicken to artisan breads and pastries to handmade aprons and knife sharpening. Come for breakfast and leave with lunch, dinner, and a whole lot more.
Over the years the Market has become more than just a place to shop, it has become a place to meet and enjoy an afternoon with family and friends. The Market offers hot foods like Corn Maiden Tamales, Franks Crepes and Tropical Island sausages and hot dogs. If you have little ones don’t forget to check out the pony rides, petting zoo, train ride and bouncy slide. Tables are available on the lawn adjacent to the Market for relaxing, people watching and enjoying your Market purchases. Pets are not allowed in the Market. However, Petopia offers free-pet sitting while you shop. They can be found on the lawn at the Laurel Canyon end of the Chase Bank parking lot.
Shopping at the Market is not only good for you, it is good for the community. A portion of each dollar that you spend at the Market is donated to a local charity, civic group, school or government organization. This year’s Studio City Farmers Market Charity of the Year is the Turning Pages Foundation, an organization founded by three local teachers in an effort to fill the holes in summer and after school programs left by severe cuts in public school funding.
Looking for a way that you can help in your community? Each Sunday, the Market hosts one or more non-profit organizations in an effort to raise neighborhood awareness and promote volunteerism and philanthropy. Besides finding the perfect peach on Sunday, you may also find the perfect volunteer opportunity.
These days buying and shopping locally is more important than ever. Statistics show that if every US citizen ate just one meal a week composed of locally raised meats and produce, the country’s oil consumption would be reduced by over 1.1 million barrels of oil per week.* Not to mention the health benefits of eating fresh fruits and vegetables. So grab your favorite shopping bag, your favorite hat and some sunscreen and we will see you on Sunday at the Market.
Featuring organic and farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, fresh fish, flowers and even crepes, the award-winning Helen Albert Certified Farmers’ Market runs every Monday from 9:00am – 2:00pm, including most holidays, at Plummer Park’s north parking lot located at 1200 N. Vista Avenue in West Hollywood. Stop by and give us a visit.