Looking for things to do in Marina del Rey? Try the Saturday farmers market, next to Mother’s Beach.
When you think of Los Angeles beaches, the first things that come to mind are probably Instagram sunsets and surfers. But LA is also home to some fantastic food and food makers. From small urban farmers growing organic microgreens to raw local honey to CBD treats for dogs — there’s a lot to discover at the Marina del Rey farmers market on Saturdays.
What else will you find at the Marina del Rey Farmers Market, and how to get there
You’ll also find live music, a beautiful assortment of fresh from the farm produce, local cut flowers, amazing French pastries, jam artisans, local raw honey, sustainably sourced fish, grass fed beef and a range of cooked food to enjoy, like rotisserie chicken, papusas, falafel, avacado toast and bbq.
It happens on Saturdays, in the parking lot next to Mother’s Beach. You can get there by ferry, or water bus, which is only $1 one way (the Marina del Rey water taxi only runs in the summer), and there’s even a free local ride service, made up of a small fleet of all electric carts. It used to be called Free Ride, but is now called The Circuit. And yes, it’s totally free, though it’s good practice to tip the driver.
Check out our Marina Del Rey Farmer’s Market video tour on YouTube!