A Brooklyn Girl’s Guide To Sunday: Grand Central Market
L.A. can be super overwhelming, especially when you’re only there for two or three days and want to see and eat everything possible. I stumbled across Grand Central Market two years ago, right after I graduated college, and I decided to spend a few days crashing at the Ace Hotel down the street. I remember going for Eggslut but staying for everything else.
A year later, I went back and brought my family, dragging them there early in the morning for egg sandwiches and coffee from G&B Coffee. Grand Central Market is one of the few places that grows and feels authentic at the same time, where you can go and buy your banana or get a curryworst, or a bento box with a side of icecream from McConnell’s. Press Brother’s Juicery– not to be confused with Pressed Juicery– sells two sizes, one for snacking and one that’s more meal-sized, and there are vendors selling jewelry and everything you need for a head-to-toe artisanal cocktail. If you only have a day or a few days in Los Angeles, this is pretty much the best one-stop shop a person with limited time could ask for.