Started the day exploring the Silver Lake neighborhood east of Hollywood.
Ate a tasty brunch at Millies which has been around since 1926, and visited a couple antique stores before heading over to LA’s original farmer’s market.
The Los Angeles farmer’s market at Fairfax and Third has operated since 1934.
It’s such a classic market with stalls selling fruits, meats, nuts and other fresh foods. Mixed in are several counter-style restaurants – Mexican, Italian, French and countless others.
Picked up some cheeses, charcuterie and nibblies from this lovely French Market that also had an outdoor area.
Adjacent to the market is the Grove, an outdoor shopping area, anchored by Nordstrom, Crate and Barrel, amongst others.
A very smart location, allowing tourists to experience all the mall-type shopping and the charm of the market.
All in all, another lovely, and thankfully sunny, day here in L.A.