Smorgasburg Returns at the ROW DTLA in Downtown Los Angeles with Old and New Vendors for You to Taste and Savor
Your stomach will thank you for attending.
It seems only right that Los Angeles’ largest weekly outdoor food market makes a comeback on one of the most patriotic holidays there is, the 4th of July. After a 16-month hiatus due to the pandemic, Smorgasburg LA returns to the ROW DTLA in downtown Los Angeles. With over 5 acres of open space at the 100-year-old 7th Street Produce Market that makes up the ROW DTLA, Smorgasburg will return with tons of outdoor seating, a michelada beer garden, over 80 vendors, and the popular market is prepped and ready to feed the masses.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, Smorgasburg is excited to get back to feeding folks IRL. While they (like many others) attempted to bring the experience into our homes through delivery options of fan-favorite vendors, there is nothing like stuffing your face in a public setting around others also happily stuffing theirs. Whether or not you have plans for the 4th yet, swing by the ROW DTLA and check out some of the new—and old—vendors; find some of our favorite stands to check out below!
Love Hour Los Angeles
Love Hour churns out crispy-edged burger perfection with their smash burgers, and never disappoints with specials like fried chicken or fish sandwiches. Don’t miss this spectacular smash at Smorgasburg!
Who doesn’t love a freshly made pizza in a portable wood-fired oven? Nobody, that’s who! Urbn cranks out fresh New Haven-style za’s every Sunday at the ROW DTLA.
While you can find Tacos 1986 at any of their five locations across Los Angeles, you can also get your hands on them at Smorgasburg and enjoy them alongside a michelada in the beer garden on Sundays.
These triple cooked fries from Super Frites made with beef fat come topped with a sauce of your choice—and there are plenty to choose from. We think these make a perfect accompaniment to a burger or can totally be taken down as an entree all their own.
Lade Slush Co.
After a long afternoon of eating and drinking under the beating Los Angeles sun, cool off with a natural fruit slushy from Lade Slush Co.