Los Angeles Farmers Market Small-Group Food Walking Tour

So today we’re doing a food tour of the Los Angles farmer’s market. We’re gonna be taste testing all different kinds of food. Brazilian, Greek, Mexican, it’s all right here at the farmer’s market from all of these food vendors. This farmer’s market has been here since 1934, but the story starts long before that. The farmer’s market has so much history and the coolest thing is that you can’t get some of this food anywhere else other than here.

Los Angeles Farmers Market Small-Group Food Walking Tour Photo Gallery




Like Patsy’s Pizza, for instance. It’s been here for 75 years and it’s still all original recipes. Bob’s Coffee and Donuts, original recipe. They start making these donuts at 4:30 in the morning. You already know that’s good, you can tell. This farmer’s market feels like a trip around the world. There’s food from Louisiana, from Italy, from Brazil. You can taste everything right here. This looks so good. Now this here is fried yucca.

We’ve got some Portuguese sausage, some Brazilian steak. We’re at Loteria Grill, which is a Mexican food spot and we’ve got our beef tacos here. Mmmm.. it’s juicy. You can’t buy Bennett’s ice cream anywhere else than here. So they’ve got a lot of original flavors and then they have some really unique flavors like red wine sorbet. It’s happy hour so it’s time for a cabernet sorbet I’m not drunk, I swear. This is such a great experience. Our tour guide was so informative and I learned so much about the history of the farmer’s market.

And obviously, my favorite part was tasting all of the ice creams.

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