What better way to spend a Sunday than with food trucks and vintage shopping? Smorgasburg in Downtown Los Angeles was a food, fashion, and art dream!
Every Sunday, from 10am – 4pm, the 5-acre Alameda Produce Market (also called ROW DTLA) turns into an eclectic mix of food vendors, plus sophisticated shopping from the realms of design, craft, style, vintage, health, and more. Cultural events, pop-ups, and other surprises create the vast site into a new hip area in Downtown LA’s burgeoning scene, and a unique destination for the city. Best of all – FREE parking for 2 hours in their new parking structure. That’s enough reason to go anywhere in LA, right Angelinos?!
With so many food vendors, it was hard to choose what to eat. I ended up going with Goa Taco. Best pork belly taco EVER. My friend chose Workaholic – fresh Korean dumpling and salad. Delish! For a complete list of the vendors, click here.
My favorite (non-food) vendor had to be Plant Puns. Their X-Files themed sign out front caught my attention – “I Want to BeLeaf.” Genius!
So if you’re craving a variety of delicious treats and pop-up handmade goodies, make sure to check out Smorgasburg this Sunday!
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