Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles
Hollywood Farmers’ Market

The Hollywood Farmers’ Market, founded in 1991, was one of just a few farmers’ markets in all of California when it opened for business on May 5 of that year. It became an immediate success – bringing together farmers and producers from as close as Ventura County and as far away as the Central San Joaquin region.

Today, the Market hosts 160 farmers, producers and food artisans who specialize in every crop that’s grown seasonally around the state and a large variety of culinary perspectives and practices from around the globe. Everyone from local families who live in the neighborhood to some of Southern California’s most respected chefs use the Market as their weekly food source and walk-in pantry.

The Hollywood Farmers’ Market is also a community meeting place with a wide-range of activities and offerings that include live music, activities for children, a rich and varied offering of artisans selling their handmade arts and crafts and book-signings by some of the most celebrated authors in the food world.

At the market, you can use your EBT money to purchase your groceries; and WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks (FMNP) are also accepted. Stop by the information booth for more details!

The Hollywood Farmers’ Market is held every Sunday, rain or shine, from 8am-1pm and is located at the corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Ivar Street in the heart of Hollywood.

Parking is available at the Sunset & Vine parking structure off of Morningside Ct. for a flat rate of $5 during market hours. We also validate at the Information Booth for the ArcLight/Cinerama Dome parking structure: $3 for 2 hours.
Street parking is available, but please remember to read all posted signs, as parking enforcement is vigilantly patrolling throughout the day.
Alternatively, the RED Line conveniently stops at Hollywood Blvd. & Vine for a short walk to the market intersection.
California Health and Safety Code does not allow pets inside the farmers’ market.
Properly identified guide dogs, signal dogs, and service dogs, trained to aid a person with a disability, are welcome.
For more information regarding the farmers’ market, please call our office at 323-463-3171 or check out our website.