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Culver City Farmer's Market

Shopping, Markets and fairs Culver City
3 out of 5 stars
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Address: Main St.
Culver City
90232
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Now on Tuesday evenings. A lot of the same vendors that you'll see at the other westside Farmer's Markets. There's a lot of parking structures in Culver City which make parking not too bad, but I wouldn't go out of my way just to attend the Farmer's Market here. It's a big one with lots of selection, but again, most of the westside Farmer's Markets do carry a lot of the same vendors. If you happen to be in downtown Culver City during the Farmer's Market, you're in luck, otherwise, no need to make a special trip. 


Farmer's Markets started out as just that: Markets for farmers to sell their wares. They've since morphed into a showcase of local vendors and artisans, with a splash of locally grown fruits and vegetables. Culver City Famer's Market (every Wednesday on Main St.) falls somewhere in the middle. There are a handful of very solid, locally grown greens that are up there with the quality of any market in your 'hood (because they're probably all from the same farm). Then there's probably more, percentage-wise, of local crafts and cooks. The food is very good, the Cobbler (try it!) is the best thing on a Wednesday in Culver City, and it's a nice addition to the wannabe walking area that is downtown Culver. Just don't bring your bike. Or an entourage. Or wide shoulders. It's narrow and you won't be able to move without bumping into someone. Then again, I suppose the claustrophobia gives it a nice, tight air of neighborhoodliness. Don't leave your area code to come to this market, but if you live there, it's worth a stop in!