Back in 1934, local farmers began selling produce at the corner of 3rd and Fairfax, a corner that has come to be known as the Original Farmers Market and a prime Grove-adjacent dining hall. A handful of stalls still sell groceries, but they're outnumbered by catering stands offering a culinary round-the-world trip. Alongside the American comfort food served at the historic, 24-hour Du-Par's restaurant, you can get everything from Texas barbecue (Bryan's Pit BBQ) to Parisian crêpes (French Crepe Company), New Orleans po'boys (The Gumbo Pot). For dessert, you can't beat Bennett's Ice Cream. Make sure to stop by Light My Fire, a shop packed with hundreds of different hot sauces.
The Original Farmers Market
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