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Who doesn’t love a good trip to the local farmers market? It’s not only a great way to see a new place, but also to take in the unique cuisines a city has to offer. You can always find seasonal fruits and vegetables at affordable prices and sample local eats you might not have otherwise tried. Also Read - Easy Vegetable Pasta Recipe: With These Easy Steps, You Can Make This Mouth Watering Dish at Home

As a kid, I can vividly remember spending my Saturday mornings walking from stall to stall, sampling sweet and salty popcorn and munching on kabobs and other finger foods. My parents used to love making weekly trips to the farmers market as a family, where we would enjoy delicious eats and take in all the freshly-displayed seasonal items. You can quite literally spend hours just going around and trying new foods. Also Read - Crispy Fried Chicken Recipe: Check Out The Easy Steps on How to Make This Crunchy Non-Vegetarian Dish

The Original Farmers Market, one of my favorites, is located near The Grove and shows a completely different side to Los Angeles.

A staple in the L.A. area since 1934, The Original Farmers Market is a great place to head to for a fun time with family and friends.

Even though the farmers market is located in the heart of the city, you still feel transported to a quaint, little marketplace with each stall you visit. This particular farmers market is the perfect place to head to for savory eats, sweet treats and fresh produce.

You can find almost every type of food here: Chinese, French, Mexican, Italian and American — you name it.

Of the many stalls to visit, I would suggest giving the crepes at The French Crepe Co. a try!

I’ve been going to this place for years and love both their sweet and savory crepes. But my favorite is by far their Nutella Crepe. It sounds simple enough, but it is oh-so-good!

Another crepe worth trying is the Crepe Phillipe, made with spinach and mushrooms in a creamy mornay and mushroom sauce. Having a crepe here is definitely a splurge, but it’s worth it.

And if you’re in the mood to try something savory, give the Banana Leaf stall a visit. They serve delicious Indonesian/Malaysian dishes. Their fried noodles are a must-try!

Take a look at the farmers market website  for a comprehensive list of all the different cuisines and other fresh foods you can find at the market.

Happy eating!