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Great place for shopping, good restaurants and photos! This place is a must-go during the holidays with lighting and Christmas decor!
Famous outdoor mall, great for shopping and eating. If you are here around the Holidays and enjoy Christmas decorations go visit the Groove with its beautiful decorations and Christmas live shows.
The Grove has everything you might need, with a farmer's market attached. It's in the middle of Hollywood and is a popular spot to see and be seen.
The Grove is a popular fashion, shopping, dining and lifestyle destination with the best mix of retail, restaurants and entertainment in Los Angeles.
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“Sitting south of West Hollywood is one of LA's most beloved landmarks: The Original Farmers Market. Founded in 1934, this cream-colored facility reels in both residents and tourists with the promise of fresh produce and the aroma of ready-to-eat snacks. You can visit throughout the week, although hours vary depending on the day. Entry is free, but you'll want to have some cash on hand should any of the treats whet your appetite. Complimentary parking (when a ticket is validated at the market) is also provided for up to 90 minutes of parking at the market's two lots. For a more contemporary shopping experience, head to The Grove. This massive commercial and entertainment complex sits adjacent to The Original Farmers Market. Here, you'll find a long list of your favorite shopping haunts, as well as a variety of dining venues, a movie theater and plenty of special events.”
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