A Visitors Guide to Grand Central Market
The Grand Central Market was opened in 1917, and it has since been one of the hearts of downtown Los Angeles. The market has more than 50 fresh fruits, food stalls, poultry, meat, and fresh fish from California and the rest of the world. With the numerous shopping outlets, The Grand Central Market attracts thousands of people every month. You do not have to be shopping for fish or fruits; you can stroll the market, enjoying a cone of ice with friends or family or window shop! This has made the market one of the leading shopping areas in California.
There are numerous dining destinations for foodies in the Grand Central Market. Friendly prices and variety of foods has made it an attractive site both to locals and tourists. If you visit the market on any day, you will find numerous culinary options ranging from tacos to gorditas and meatball sandwiches. If you are a local, you can enjoy locally made ice cream, pastries, and strolling meals. Visit The Grand Central Market to create unforgettable memories with your friends and family.