A market that's a melting pot of cuisines.
This staple of downtown Los Angeles is definitely the mother of all neighborhood markets. Dating back to 1917, Grand Central Market showcases the diverse culinary scene of the city. From its beginnings, the market has featured all types of food vendors, from fishmongers to butchers to greengrocers. As LA has evolved, the marketplace continues to be a place where shoppers will find a variety of cuisine, such as Latin American goods at Valeria's, gourmet cheese assortments at DTLA Cheese and Kitchen, falafels galore at Madcapra and more.