Located at Third and Fairfax it is more of a tourist attraction than a fruit and veggie market, selling local produce.
There are many restaurants to choose from with general seating in the aisles. I love the idea that you can go with friends and each choose to eat from a different booth, sit together and at the end of the meal the Market staff will clear your table.
Dr. J is partial to the Brazilian BBQ which serves up a large array of meats off a spit. I’m always a sucker for fish tacos.
But for breakfast our favorite is the French crepes.
Here are some photos from a quiet morning at The Farmers Market.
Red Velvet Love
For a list of restaurants, booths, directions and hours: