The Redondo Beach Farmer’s Market is quaint and on the small side as far as markets go, but still has a little something for everyone. Along with those ocean views from Veterans Park in Redondo Beach, you will find plenty of produce, plants, flowers, baked goods and food items (including unique items like honey sticks, kettle corn and specialty popcorns, homemade honey, beef jerky, cookies and bunt cakes, to name just a few) and is known for reasonable prices.
“The fruit vendors provide samples, as do a lot of the others, so it's sort of like the ‘Costco Buffet’ and you can walk around for a full breakfast of free samples while shopping,” offered one Yelp review.
There are also many hot food vendors on site, where you will find different varieties of Mexican, Afghan, and Asian dishes, along with hot grills that sell items like crepes or bacon-wrapped hot dogs.
The Redondo Beach Famer’s Market is held every Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., and is located at the front of Veterans Park along George Freeth Way. Free parking validation is provided for one hour in the Pier Parking Structure.