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Friday, September 30, 2016

Mariachis to make room for Boyle Heights Farmers’ Market

The organizers of a Boyle Heights Farmer’s Market announced today they have received the final permits needed to open a market at the Mariachi Plaza Gold Line station.  About 25 vendors have been signed up for the market’s  debut on Friday, July 9. The market, which will operate every Friday,  will be open from 3 PM to 8 PM.

The idea for a Boyle Heights Farmers’ Market had been discussed for several years when cafe owner Juan Romero took up the cause. He spent three months to secure permits and finalize an arrangement with the Metropolitan Transit Authority to operate the first farmers’ market at a Metro train stop.

Photo by Martin LaBar/Flickr



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4 comments

  1. good Event, the perfect location, good entertaiment, good shopping, Thanks Boyle Heights….

  2. This isn’t the first farmers market at a metro stop. South Pasadena has had one for years at the Mission station.

  3. This is a GREAT Farmer’s Market! They have a good variety of foods to choose from. From overstuffed, delicious gorditas to fresh spicy hummus. They have a dried fruit stand, fresh crepes,kettle corn, tamales…yummm!

    Check out the local retail vendors too. They have a small section but it’s worth checking out.

  4. This is a great place for jewelry, food, and great entertainment, the diversity of people is awsome, this is definitely a place that our kids will remember, I love the food and the comradery, please come and enjoy the great city of Boyle Heights, its well worth the trip !!

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