08 Jul 2015 - 9:03 pm

Los Angeles is a city much known for its cultural diversity. And with any diverse city comes a melting pot of a local food scene.


Grand Central Market is a downtown LA landmark which strongly represents the hustle, bustle, and diversity of the city. The market has been in operation ever since it opened its doors in 1917 and has always been a reflection of the changing population and demographics of downtown Los Angeles.


The market is located in a historic downtown building and aims to celebrate the local cuisines and cultures of the city. Expect the usual active and happy environment you find in all markets with the laid back setting of downtown Los Angeles.


There is the possibility to try cuisines from all over the world from Japanese, Thai and Chinese to German and Mexican. Enjoy the sweet Tacos from Ana Maria, the classic Texan meat at Horse Thief BBQ or the delicious sandwiches at Egg Slut. All vendors have a love for what they do and are eager to show the vibrant life of downtown Los Angeles. And with shared tables the sense of community is actively sustained.



  • Street Standard
  • 317 S. Broadway
  • Los Angeles, California
  • (213) 624-2378
  • www.grandcentralmarket.com