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Grand Central Market

Los Angeles is a young city with few monuments that have endured decades of change let alone stands over a century, which makes Grand Central Market an exceptional feat for its continuous operation since 1917. The food emporium and marketplace is a showcase of Downtown’s evolving history and is a modern-day forum that displays the culinary variety of the city. The market is home to a variety of vendors like Eggslut, where a signature brioche, bacon and egg sandwich commands a three hour queue over the weekends, Mexican spice stalls  selling mole and dried chiles by the pound, and newer hipster installments like Kismet, where you can order a rosewater lemonade with a vegan falafel.