Farmers Market: Larchmont Village Farmers Market.
When: Sundays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: 209 N. Larchmont Blvd. (lot #694), between Beverly Boulevard and First Street.
What: This laid-back, medium-sized market features a variety of vendors, from produce to pre-made convenience foods to flowers, bread and jewelry.
Who Sells Here: Vendors include Soup to Go (vegetarian soups); Eufloria Flowers; Bolanos Sprouts; MarketCandle.com (soy candles); Hepp's Salt Bar (gourmet salts); Sugarbird Sweets & Teas (teas and scones); Rockenwagner (bakery); La Boulange (bakery); Nicholas Farms; Gourmet Tamales; Gama Family Farm; and Underwood Family Farms.
Who Buys Here: Locals, many of whom come on foot, but also people from surrounding areas who prefer it to the crowds of the much larger nearby Hollywood market. Shoppers are diverse in age and ethnicity; among them are many couples with young kids and twentysomethings sporting streaked hair or sleeve tattoos.
Go To Get: Produce, eggs, sprouts - pretty much any fresh food items you need. Baked goods are also popular at this market. And on your way out, you might want to stroll the streets and peek in the boutique stores of the charming Larchmont area, where you'll see lots of folks enjoying breakfast or coffee on outdoor tables.
While You're There: Grab pasta, soup, hummus, jams or other pre-made convenience foods.
Nestled among the restaurants, coffee shops and stores of walkable Larchmont Village, this farmers market has a relaxed vibe and a wide variety of food vendors.
Shoppers can get fresh ingredients ranging from berries to eggs to clementines, cauliflower and mushrooms. The market's 50-60 booths also include vendors offering ready-to-eat foods such as tamales, pizza and pasta. Some are ready to eat on-site; other pre-made foods (like soup) are suited to take home and heat up for dinner.
Operated by Raw Inspiration, the Larchmont Village market has been running for more than a decade.