The Sunset Strip Market

June 27, 2012 — Leave a comment

The Sunset Strip Market is a weekly certified farmers’ market committed to enhancing the community by providing fresh, California-grown produce and artisan goods. The goal of the Market is to create a space that encourages nearby residents, employees, farmers, and visitors to interact with each other. The Sunset Strip Market emerged from a shared vision between business owners and residents to create a community-based event that would engage residents as well as showcase The Sunset Strip.

The Sunset Strip Market was developed by a committee of dedicated business owners and residents. Members of the committee include Nick Mathers (owner, the Eveleigh), David Vialli (general manager, The Standard, Hollywood), Bruce Silberman (owner, Allied Parking) and Nic Adler (owner, The Roxy Theatre). Diana Rodgers, a respected leader in community farmers’ markets, curated the certified farmers and vendors. Steve Portigiani created the site map and plan.

If you don’t want to carry your produce with you while you shop or enjoy dinner at one of The Sunset Strip’s many establishments, then let them hold them for you. The “Veggie Valet” station is located at the info booth, near the Market’s west entrance. Suggested donation is $1 per bag. Please note that all bags must be picked up by Market closing time: 9:00 p.m. While all bags will be stored in a safe area, they are not responsible for any loss. Refrigeration is not provided.

The Sunset Strip Market is happy to provide guests with unique food experiences. From the carefully curated certified farmers’ market to cooking demos, chef specials, and wine tastings, the Market will engage your senses. The market hosts a wine and beer garden/pairing area with rotating options. The garden focuses on sustainable, organic California wineries and local breweries. Guests ages 21 and older may enjoy the garden.

The community spirit of the Market extends to a unique dining and educational experience known as the “Chef Dinner” series. Each week a local chef will create a market fresh menu item using produce and meats sourced directly from the Sunset Strip Market’s farmers. Guests may also choose to pair their meal with a wine or beer tasting from the pairing pavilion. This weeks Chef Dinner is the BLT Steak LA by executive chef Robert Liberato.

The Sunset Strip Market is happy to provide an enhanced farm-to-table dining experience within the outdoor space. Throughout the year, the Market partners with various California wineries and breweries to showcase their product, which will be paired with market fresh food offerings. Guests ages 21 and older may enjoy tastings or pair their drink with a full meal or other fare available at the Market.

The market hosts various entertainment each week, from live performers to outdoor games. So bring your friends and family to this community gathering for healthy eats and refreshing drinks.

WHAT: Sunset Strip Market
WHERE: 8755 Sunset Boulevard | West Hollywood, CA 90069
WHEN: Thursdays 5 pm – 9 pm

CONTACT INFO: (310) 659-7368 or info@thesunsetstrip.com

DETAILS:

  • $5 parking with validation. Click here for more details.

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