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Know Your Farmers' Market: Sundays in Los Feliz

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The Los Feliz Village Farmers' Market is small...but mighty. Filling out two neat rows of booths in the parking lot of the Post Office on Vermont every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., the farmers and vendors are joined by the Gastrobus, who make fresh fare using produce from the market, the Blue Bottle Coffee cart, and live music (on the Sunday we visited it was from the folksy duet Ampersand).

Stroll the aisles and ogle the giant croissants from France bakery, taste samples of nuts and dried fruits and chat with the representative from Farm Feliz, a group that is working to bring gardens and trees to schools and the community and more. A shaded tent gives people a spot near the music stage to sit and enjoy the corn flapjacks and scrambled eggs from the Gastrobus. And of course, pick up your eggs, fruits, veggies, and bread for the week here, too. Bring your own bags!