Many vendors with farm fresh vegetables, flowers, fish, artisan breads, coffees and the list goes on. Also have a few vendors with quality clothing that is unique and comfortable for CA life style.
Honey, cheeses, German hand mixer (terrific little tool), teas, honey, dried fruits, fresh fruits, dried fruits, nuts, etc. there Re a few food trucks with Indian food, Mexican, fresh justices, Chinese and Crepes. It would have been better if the food trucks were in one area rather than blocking the flow of foot traffic, with long lines, through the main areas of commerce. The restaurants and bakeries in Little Italy were also open and offering delicacies worth eating! Organic foods, Gluten free. Flavored peanut butter. Hummus that isn't hummus rather made from almonds. I could go on...but you get the idea. Definitely worth a visit on a Saturday. Come early since it says closes at 4 but everyone was packing up or gone by 2:30pm. The streets are closed to traffic so moving from street to street is easy. Parking is free for 2 hours inside the market at the 'dog park'/school. After two hours it's $2/hour. It is a tradition for Little Italy.