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Went there on a Sunday. The shops and restaurants were authentic Mexican. There are a lot of shops in a small area selling Mexican style wares. This was a very neat experience and would highly recommend visiting this place.
Olvera Street, one of the oldest streets in LA, is a small pedestrian lane with food and small open-air shops. Want Mexican candy? They've got it (try the unique cactus candy). Dia de los muertes (day of the dead) skulls and mrechandise? Take your pick....More
It's part historical and part commercial market but on a very small scale. Lots of traditional Mexican Restaurants. Unfortunately did not have time to see. This was a side trip after I had been to Central Station so filled in the afternoon.
The Olvera Street “market” consists of store fronts and stands selling cheap T-shirts, trinkets, Dia de Muertos products, (fake?) leather goods, and other bizarre things over one city block. It’s only worth a look if you are in the area already, and is no different...More
The area where it all started. See an original home from the beginnings of LA and shop the stalls where you can get authentic mexican food at half the price of just about anywhere else in LA. It is a perfect place to shop for...More