Get tacos and burritos at this stall smack-dab in the middle of the market.
Bento Ya Japanese Cuisine
This Japanese food stall is a favorite for their tasty and traditional bento boxes.
Authentic currywurst straight from Berlin.
Offering a Latin grocery selection of imported moles, dried beans, rice, nuts, grains, and other specialty products.
A mix of Chinese-American favorites like chow mein and chop suey, plus noodles, fried rice, and the ubiquitous egg foo yeung.
Clark Street Bread
Organic, handcrafted loaves, baguettes and croissants, plus a bread-centric breakfast and lunch menu.
DTLA Cheese and Kitchen
Downtown's first full-service cheesemonger.
Eggslut is a chef driven, gourmet food concept inspired by passion for eggs. Quite simply, an 'eggslut' is someone who LOVES eggs.
Fat & Flour
A new pie and cookie shop from the one and only Nicole Rucker.
Serving up coffees, espresso drinks, and teas selected from the world’s top roasters and farms.
Golden Road Grand Central Market
Los Angeles-based craft brewery, offering 20 beers on tap, along with California pub fare.
Grand Central Market Jewelry
Since 1983, jewelry and watch repair, as well as copying keys.
Horse Thief BBQ
A taste of true Central Texas BBQ in DTLA.
Since 1997, serving breakfast all day, customized hamburgers, tuna melts, and a range of wraps and salads.
Fresh made pasta done the right way is an art form and Knead takes that very seriously when it comes to Italian.
This authentic Mexican frutería from the team behind Villa Moreliana and La Tostadería offers a wide assortment of exotic fruit salads, licuados (fruit shakes) and more.
La Huerta Candy
La Huerta purveys goodies from classic American candies to novelty Mexican nuts.
Seafood-centric Mexican spot featuring ceviches, tostadas, tacos and more.
First-ever stall dedicated solely to the art of fried chicken and the finest accoutrements.
McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams
Taste what America’s “foodies” and ice cream aficionados have been raving about for decades.
Moon Rabbit is an Asian tea and sandwich shop inspired by the great San Gabriel Valley.
Olio Wood Fired Pizzeria
Neapolitan-style pizzas complimented by fresh tossed salads, appetizers and beer.
Taking peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to the next level, this inventive concept showcases combinations of organic, exotic nut butters, superfoods, artisanal jams and more.
Handcrafted, vintage-inspired photo-booth to capture your visit to the market.
Chef Mark Peel delivers fast-service fish with broth-based, seafood-focused dishes cooked in steel-jacketed steam kettles.
The hottest all-vegan ramen spot in the world.
Roast To Go
Since 1952, selling tacos, burritos, and combination plates, as well as meats by the pound for parties and catering.
Sari Sari Store
Filipino concept from James Beard-nominated Chef Margarita Manzke alongside partner and husband, Chef Walter Manzke.
Serving handmade pupusas with a dozen different fillings (including vegetarian options), as well as fried plantains, yuca con chicharron, stews, and other celebrated Salvadoran dishes.
Shiku is a mom-and-pop Korean restaurant serving homestyle Korean food inspired by the doshirak (lunchboxes) that their mothers would make.
LA’s first destination for “Thai Comfort Food” dedicated to serving only the best organic, free-range, and locally sourced ingredients.
Tacos Tumbras a Tomas
Over 300lbs of mouthwatering Michoacan-style carnitas served every day.
The Donut Man
Originator of the Fresh Strawberry and Fresh Peach donut.
The Juice offers a core line-up of juices, milks, wellness shots and smoothie bowls that are raw, organic, unpasteurized and cold-pressed.
The Oyster Gourmet
The Oyster Gourmet offers ecologically sustained seafood focused on oysters and fine wines from around the world.
Longstanding legacy vendor with a vast selections of fresh fruit, vegetables and drinks.
One-stop-shop for Latin dry goods offering an extensive selection of dried chilies, spices, and beans, as well as fresh moles, New Mexico pine nuts, dried bacalao, and canned specialties.
An authentic carnitas specialist, selling slow-cooked pork as it is prepared in Michoacan, Mexico, the traditional birthplace of carnitas.
Compact old-school, new wave deli offering bagels and sandwiches filled with house-cured meats and fish.