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The Burbank Farmers' Market may be on the smaller size, but quality still thrives here. Held in a sizeable parking lot at the corner of Glenoaks Boulevard and Olive Avenue, all of the produce offered is certified California grown. Visit Rancho Santa Cecilia's stall for beautiful artichokes and avocados, LA FungHi for mushrooms of all shapes and sizes (there are truffles, too, if you're willing to splurge), and Alex's Fruits and Nuts to stock up on snacks. If you're looking for eggs, be prepared to wait: the line for Mike & Sons Egg Ranch is the longest at the market, where eggs by the dozen are sold for $2 and up. Prepared foods are less common, but there is market-favorite Dave's Gourmet Korean Food (get the seaweed salad!), and you can always snag spoonfulls of Bill's Bees honey and blocks of pesto jack cheese from Spring Hill Jersey Cheese. No need to worry about parking—street parking is plentiful, and you can always leave your car at the fire station on Orange Grove below Glenoaks Boulevard.