Grand Central Market | Press Coverage | GQ | "Lunchtimes, I did my best to find myself at ninety-six-year-old Grand Central Market, a riot of stalls old and new: chop suey and Thai street food, gorditas and high-end coffee, endless varieties of mole paste, and sumptuous nouveau smoked bri.
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America's Next Great City Is Inside L.A.
January 01, 2014

"Lunchtimes, I did my best to find myself at ninety-six-year-old Grand Central Market, a riot of stalls old and new: chop suey and Thai street food, gorditas and high-end coffee, endless varieties of mole paste, and sumptuous nouveau smoked brisket at Horse Thief BBQ. “Coming Soon” signs from such businesses as DTLA Cheese and The Oyster Gourmet point to the high-end future the market's developers presumably have in mind, but I hope it doesn't come too soon. At the moment, Grand Central Market feels like the most socially and economically integrated public space in America."

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