Best Farmer's Markets in Los Angeles!

1) Melrose Place Sundays 10AM-2PM

One of the best places to visit when coming to Los Angeles is Melrose Place!! What is even better is that on Sunday morning, they have their weekly Farmer's Market! Melrose Place is already filled with amazing restaurants like Fig & Olive, Croft Alley, and Alfred's Coffee, but at the Farmer's Market there is even more options. You can get fresh made hummus, Yeastie Boyz Bagels (best bagels on the West Coast), and fresh produce from all the vendors. You will not be disappointed with this one! 

2) Beverly Hills Sundays 9AM- 1PM

The Beverly Hills Farmers Market is medium sized with live music, clothing, and fresh produce! They even have a section just for kids, where you can drop off your children to play before you go and shop until you drop! It is one of the best for the whole family!

3) Studio City Sundays 8AM-2PM

Now, this is THE children's Farmers Market! Located on Ventura Place, this street is filled with people. Good luck finding parking, but if you do you will not be disappointed! At the end of the street, a bounce house/ relay race is up for children and a rock wall! They also have cotten candy for that sugar rush! The best tomato garlic dip can be found here, a hangover elixir to clear your weekends, and some great fresh fish! 

 

Check them out every weekend after you come to Beverly Hills Rhinoplasty Center for your Sunday appointment! Did you know that Dr. Dugar was open on the weekend?! We are open 9am-11am most Sundays! Please call our office at (310) 276-1703 to find out our available dates and times! 

 

Beverly Hills Rhinoplasty Center™

Website: www.Scarlessnose.com

Phone: (310) 276-1703

Email: info@scarlessnose.com

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Dr. Deepak Dugar Director of Beverly Hills Rhinoplasty Center - Home of the Scarless Nose™ (Closed Rhinoplasty) Director of Scarless Med Spa

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