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The Fox Discount Store is actually a mall inhabited by various independent vendors, akin to an indoor flea market. A couple of jewelry stores take up a lion's share of space, with half-circle display cases showcasing necklaces, bracelets, watches, et al, many of... more
This lively outdoor farmers market leases over 30 booth spaces to vendors who sell fresh locally-grown produce and prepared foods from local Main Street restaurants. Some are breakfast offerings prepared to order on the spot, making this a good choice for a morn... more
Melrose Av. is the outlandish rebellious teen to Rodeo Drive's exceedingly mature, conventional and opulent adult. It's a funky, New Wave, walking/shopping/dining/ spectacle for people-watching, both beguiling and bizarre. &nbs... more
In a city notorious for glitz, glamor, and gluttonous consumption of all that glitters, Santee Alley is a total anomaly. This is the classic unvarnished street bazaar where product piles vertically in funky stalls along claustrophobic corridors. The alley's 150+... more
Mitsuwa is the largest Japanese supermarket in the U. S., carrying all food and beverage items imaginable from the Land of the Rising Sun. The supermarket is only one store in this indoor mall. The marketplace includes a g... more