Drinks must stay inside the bar area at all times. Restrictions aside, the Pagoda bar area is a great place to get your hands on Asian-inspired concoctions. We’re a huge fan of the lychee martini.
But the lemon drops, which were two for $12, were a steal by all accounts.
From the Yamashiro stand, beef shawarma with citrus tahini was served in a pita pocket for $5 a piece.
Gorgeous apples from Whittier. Candylicious Candy Apples had all the regular comfort assortments, plus an array of quirkier selections like cheesecake apples, chile, and rocky road.
Alex’s Fruits and Nuts is a regular around farmers' markets in Southern California. Selections are freshly packaged and grown locally.
Cakes are $3.50 per pop. Dolce Monacelli is known for their portable bundt cakes. If you were left with the unfortunate dilemma of only getting to choose one, pick their famous Italiam rum cake—rich, buttery, and unforgettable.
A colorful assortment of berries were on sale.
The organic carrots were going for a dollar per bunch.
Summer squashes are now in season.
Brooks cherries were $3.
Plump white nectarines for $2 a pound.
Gourmet salts that packed a distinctive punch. The truffle salt was a customer favorite.
This jazz duo was playing Emily by Johnny Mandel. They’re there once every two weeks. The guitarist is Jesse Bradley, who attended Berklee School of Music.