You can find a farmers market in nearly every neighborhood in L.A., but only the Original Farmers Market at The Grove on Third Street can claim the title of L.A.'s first. Bustling beneath the iconic Farmers Market Clock Towers, local growers sell veggies, fruits and spices from produce stands. You'll even find ice cream shops, pie shops, meat and sausage counters, bakeries and seafood stands at this historic cultural monument. Once you've done all your shopping, relax with a stiff drink at one of two old-timey watering holes. Watching folks sniff produce and rap with the butcher is somehow soothing over a pint.