Seemingly everything under the sun is for sale at the Orange County Market Place. The fresh produce selection is better than that of most farmer's markets in the area. Vendors are also selling such goods as clothing, electronics, home decor and collectibles. There is also a small section of food stands where meals and snacks can be purchased.
Two blocks from the beach and a few steps from the Festival of Arts, the Laguna Beach Farmers Market makes a convenient stop for everyone, and also helps everyone to be a little more environmentally friendly by buying directly from local farmers. This is a certified farmers market: the county agriculture commissioner ensures that each seller at this market is a farmer and only sells the produce he or she grows. With over 50 sellers, there is fresh produce, ready-to-eat food, and a lot of free fruit tasting! Come for lunch or get something for a picnic in the park. Nothing says eating well better than buying local and eating fresh.
Spanning across 10,000 square feet (929 square meter), Old Barn Antiques Mall has an impressive selection vintage furniture, crockery, retro accessories to Native American pots, handicrafts and more. In addition, archaic magazines and records can also be found here. The vast layout of the shop allows you to leisurely browse through their collection, and there's a quaint restaurant on site where you can grab a snack while the staff packs your treasures.
Vintage Fleamarket of Old Town Tustin sets up shop every fourth Sunday in the Jamestown Village parking lot. Sixty stalls offer one hundred square feet of space in which vendors showcase their forgotten treasures, knick-knacks, trinkets, decor and more substantial items culled from the garages and storage sheds of the surrounding suburbs. Perfect for a day of digging through lost treasures, Vintage Fleakmarket of Old Town Tustin is a fun once-a-month outing.
Alta Baja Market is a unique, one-of-a-kind store that specializes in products that derive from the American Southwest, Mexico and California. Some of the products include wine, beer, crafts and home goods that come from these regions. Additionally, the shop provides classes and workshops in cooking, demos, pop-up dinners and idea swaps. Its location in the 4th Street Market is also another reason why people are attracted to Alta Baja.
The location of Corona del Mar Farmers Market couldn't be better. Right on the northwest corner of the busiest intersection in Corona del Mar, it is not just easy to find, but also close to many attractions in the city. Like most properties in Corona del Mar, this farmers market is small and quaint. With about only 30 vendors, there is a full array of local produce, a lovely selection of flowers and plenty of friendly faces. – Hoiyin Ip
Find a great selection of groceries, quality food and household products at Ralphs. From fresh produce, meats, seafood to dairy, home goods and pharmaceutical needs, Ralphs is your one stop shop for a great deal of home shopping. Freshly stocked organic products backed by the convenience of helpful services, Ralphs is noticed to be the area's convenient shopping destination.