Buried in the heart of Downtown LA is this European-style food hall, which has been operating on the ground floor of the iconic Homer Laughlin Building since 1917. Some food vendors merit more praise than others, though Mexican- and South American-themed stalls offering treats like pupusas, carnitas tacos and aguas frescas remain some of the most popular.
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317 S Broadway
|Opening hours:||8am-6pm daily|
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I love taking tourists here as it adds to the LA experience. There are so many different options to choose from that every time I go it feels like an adventure and I try something new!
Excellent food, all the variety, peerless people watching, and walkable to almost anything else DTLA. The only downside: it's getting crowded in there!
Why? Because Tumbras is still there and they serve the BEST mexican/tacos/burritos. Wish they had other locations, but those are my first world problems.
Grand Central Market is a great place to spend a weekend day. There are so many food options that everyone you're with will leave a happy camper. The market also seems to be upping its game when it comes to programming, offering various events throughout summer, which I can't wait to attend.
Grand Central Market is a staple of DTLA and a must for tourists and locals. They are now open late during the summer so it's a great place to grab a beer and watch live music on Saturdays or play Drag Queen Bingo on Thursdays!!
I love coming here as much for the ambiance as the food. The neon signage, the bustling crowds, the sheer number of vendors—there's so much to love here. Sure, it's become trendier and more expensive than it used to be, but that's brought a lot of great food along with it: Belcampo, Eggslut, Berlin Currywurst. I absolutely love the Thai food from Sticky Rice and I always make sure to grab ice cream from McConnell's or a treat from Valerie. If there's one negative, it's that space and seating can be a little bit tight. If you can, grab a seat on the patio at Horse Thief, across from Angels Flight.