Grand central market, Los Angeles
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Busy, noisy, energetic but lots of options. Generous inexpensive tacos with burst in your mouth taste at Ana Marie's, and a good falafel and great Cardamon coffee at MadCapra.
There are so many delicious restaurants for the locavore! I had such a hard time deciding what to eat. Great people watching even had a star sighting.
Not worth a trip out of your way. This is a food court in an old building. The food is good but there is really no place attractive to sit.
Mary Ruth Ngo
This is a really wonderful collection of food stands that are (for the most part) reasonably priced and surprisingly approachable. Only a couple (easily avoidable) stands shine with the glow of the hipster facade that adds $3 and lavender petals to every dish. Definitely make your way to both Thai stands, the pupuseria, and the huge tacos at Tacos Tumbra a Tomas! It feels like classic LA when you step into the place. And I
This old market gradually become a great lunch place. You can find several different kind of food, you may eat there or take out to close by Grand park or Echo park. The good thing is almost everything price is marked, you can see what you get, and the price is reasonable. If you see a long line at the store, most of the time the food is good, ask the persons in line to find out what is good at that store. You even can buy some food and cook your own. Most of the fruits are good quality but ripe, you may only want to buy one or two days supply. The parking at lunch time is hard, you may want have two persons go together to get food, one go in to purchase and the other person drive around the blocks.
Hipsters paradise! Anything you want to eat or drink you can find here. Organic options, craft brewed beer, authentic ethnic fare, Mexican market (product, bulk dried goods, candy). Each little cafe has a bar and stools to eat at, or you can find tables and chairs on the west end. Everything very reasonably priced (for Downtown LA), you can eat for around $10.
I don't like how the counters are so tall. I can never get my order taken unless I ask someone to carry me on their shoulders. Either that or they install a ladder or an elevator for me. I go there so much they shouldn't be messing with me.
Great place to experience the diversity of Los Angeles in food. Awesome choices, delicious food, and amazing people watching. Don't go though if you don't like crowds. It's gotten a little more expensive than it used to be but it's mostly worth the cost.
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