Every day since 1934, at the corner of 3 rd and Fairfax, The Original Farmers Market brings together everything that makes up the soul of Los Angeles: vibrancy, cultural eclecticism and a cheerful mishmash. Alongside the food brands that make up the identity of this old farmer’s market, many restaurants, grocery stores, art galleries, bookstores and souvenir stalls have been established over time. This is where Briton Gary Twinn, founding member of the Twenty Flight Rockers group, opened Market Tavern.
As in any self-respecting pub, the zinc counter is the centerpiece here, and incidentally the ideal place to watch a Premier League match on television. To the right, a wall entirely covered with posters pays homage to the great names of pop culture of the 1960s and 1970s, such as The Rolling Stones, The Clash or actor Michael Caine. Further on, portraits of Bob Marley and the Sex Pistols stand alongside those of the master of the house at the time of his splendor as a singer. glam rock.
In the kitchen officiates the English chef Brendan Collins, who has perfected his art in the most prestigious restaurants in London. Among the flagship products of the menu, opt for the Drunken Short Ribs to share, served with peas and carrots, grilled shoulder of lamb and cauliflower rice, all accompanied by a mint sauce, or the iconic British Empire Burger. For dessert, don’t miss the so british iced caramel pudding.
The Original Farmers Market
96333 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Tel : +1 323 452 9299
Menu: around 38 USD