Vermon/Wilshire Station Farmers Market – Koreantown Going Organic

by Franklin on April 15, 2011

Who would have thought that Koreatown would be having a weekly farmers market?  I never knew, and I am happy there is one so close by.  I was going to the bank one day to get a check, and look what I stumbled upon.  A great little get together of local foods.  They have fresh produce, peanuts, cheeses, Hawaiian chicken, and a lot more.

I had their pita bread with goat cheese and hummus.  The cheese was very strong and buttery smooth, just how I like it.  The pita bread and hummus were really good together as well, though a meat would have been a perfect addition.  I want to try some of their other stuff as well.  Maybe the Hawaiian BBQ or other full on meals they have.

All in all, this is a great thing for Los Angeles.  It is in the middle of the city, and city people need to be exposed to fresh food more often.  The farmers market is at the Wilshire and Vermont Metro Station.  They gather there every Friday from 11AM – 3PM.  Go there for lunch, or get some fresh food to cook for dinner.  It’s always a fun time at farmers markets.

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Sophia Lee April 15, 2011 at 3:38 AM

omg omg omg!!! This is fantastic!!!! I’m moving to Koreatown this summer…aah! YES!

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Franklin April 15, 2011 at 7:58 AM

Awesome! You will like it here. Most Korean in the world, after Korea of course. And the best eateries around.

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Dawn Hutchins April 15, 2011 at 1:12 PM

Pita with goat cheese and hummus? Sign me up too!

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