The El Segundo Farmers' Market might only stretch out a block, but you can find good produce, snacks, kettle corn, and tamales all while enjoying some live entertainment. Another thing this farmers' market has going for it is that it's open late, from 3 - 7 p.m.
This small neighborhood farmers' market might not have more than 15 vendors, but it makes up for that with always fresh produce and a good selection of food. Pick up honey, tamales, or any other goodies you'd want to enjoy over the weekend.
The Silver Lake Farmers' Market offers more than just fresh, local produce. Customers can also find vintage clothings, jewelry, music, and snacks. Don't miss this small neighborhood market happening from 8 - 1 p.m.
Because sometimes you just need to dance. The Echo's long-running Saturday night party brings (you guessed it) funky soul music from the '70s all the way through the modern era from a rotating cast of bonafide record-obsessive DJs.
The Los Feliz Farmers' Market might be small, but you can find all the produce, meats, and coffee you'll need from the vendors. Happening every Sunday from 9 - 2 p.m., this market is a good alternative to more crowded venues.
Tamales are a holiday staple, and this festival showcases the endless variety of the labor-intensive -- but delicious -- dish of of masa stuffed with a sweet or savory filling and steamed in a husk or leaf.
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