Grand Central Market | Press Coverage | LA Weekly | Much has changed since Grand Central Market first opened its doors in 1917. And recently, a new renovation project has brought in new vendors and a new kind of customer. But much remains the same.
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A New Era At Grand Central Market
August 20, 2014

Much has changed since Grand Central Market first opened its doors in 1917. And recently, a new renovation project has brought in new vendors and a new kind of customer.

But much remains the same. You can still get a steaming plate of carnitas, or a cheap taco. The difference is that now you also can opt for sustainably raised lamb tartare with summer pickles. Hard to complain about that.

Check out our special report below for more on the market yesterday and today.

At Grand Central Market, a New Wave of Vendors Is Changing Up an L.A. Mainstay

By Amy Scattergood

Tacos Tumbras a Tomas: 1,000 To-Die-For Servings of Carnitas, Every Day

By Barbara Hansen

5 Old-School Vendors Keeping Grand Central Market Classic

By Barbara Hansen

Belcampo's Meaty Experiment in Sustainable Agriculture

By Besha Rodell

5 New-School Vendors Keeping Grand Central Market Fresh

By Tien Nguyen

Tim Hawkinson's Inverted Clocktower Plays with Time

By Erica Zora Wrightson

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