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La Jolla Open Aire Market, La Jolla

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • We went this past Sunday, a very large selection of herb plants to purchase, very attractive and well made necklaces, earrings and bracelets. The first stand before you enter the body of the market is...  read more »
  • So many truly great vendors such as Small Goods with their amazing array of cheeses and cured meats I haven't seen anywhere else to more prepped food than you'll find in any food court (and the offeri...  read more »
  • Every year we visit LaJolla and one of the highlights the highlights each year is our weekly trip to the La Jolla Open Aire Market. There are wonderful fruits and vegetables that are so incredibly fre...  read more »
  • We were here again last Sunday.We picked up some excellent bread from Charlie's Best Bread plus a cauliflower,some Nashi pears and a few shortbread cookies.We also stopped by the Cappuccino stand and Jim made us a couple of iced Mochas which were delightful on such a warm day.There is lots to see and lots to buy.Plenty of street parking within walking distance.
  • This is the best Farmer's market in San Diego County, bar none. High end quality merchandise in these booths at rock Bottom prices!! In a classy little. Village!! Check out the be-jeweled glitzy sandals too. Lots of shade and a great place to go have fun and spend money ladies!!! Live music too!!!!
  • This is a real farmers market with tons of food and produce. There are also people selling trinkets, cloths, and other home-made items, but food was the highlight. My recommendation is to visit hungry and enjoy the street vendors.
  • Nice little farmers market. You'll pay for the freshness, but lots of fruits and vegetables to choose from. There's also a arts/crafts/clothing area to browse through. The whole thing might take you 30 minutes to look through, but if you want fresh fruit or vegetables, it's a good quick stop.
  • This is a wonderful large Farmer's market with lots of option of food, crafts and other items. It gets really crowded. No dogs allowed but there is often a person outside the gates that watches the dogs, maybe a fee?
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