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DTLA's biannual bazaar Artisanal LA is headed back to The Reef April 9-10, and once again gathering a gang of the area's best designers, makers, and vendors for a market that would impress even the most discerning shoppers in search of foodie-approved eats, vintage clothing, gift-worthy goods, and other indie and artisanal (duh) products.
Both days from 11am-6pm, guests can expect to find food including Falasophy and Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, drinks courtesy of Health-Ade Kombucha, Copa Vida, and the Zugo truck, and wares from our recent juice date Katie Dean Jewelry, Goat Rodeo Soap, Luke Hobbs Design, and Holbrook Candle Company to name just a few.
Additionally, attendees can crash workshops and DIY studios like loom weaving with Lula Mae, creating coffee body scrubs with Cali Scrubs, and flower-pressing via our friends at Maker's Mess. And given the market's close proximity to Mother's Day, this might be the ideal spot to get your shopping underway.