The Farmers Market at The Grove is one of the main reasons why I make the drive out. Besides the fresh produce and butcher shops, they also have a French gourmet store called Monsieur Marcel. I love stopping by Monsieur Marcel for some shaved prosciutto di parma and other things of course.

I've eaten at many places offered at the Farmers Market. My old go to spot was Pampas Grill for some sirloin cap or picanha. That was my favorite thing to get, but I decided to venture and attempt to try something new.

Here are a few new favorites of mine:

Phil's Deli and Grill

Their french dip is not as the OG Philippe in Chinatown Los Angeles, but it hits the spot if this is something you're craving for.

Their pastrami sandwich was delicious though. The rye bread was pleasant and not overly powering, with a nice crust.

Accepts Credit Card *Thumbs Up*

Next Stop: Moishe’s Restaurant

I've heard negative things about this place. A lot of it is service followed by food. From my experience, I've received friendly service from the ladies over the counter. And the food I've tasted, was also delicious.

My go-to is definitely their Lula Kebob. Incredibly moist with loads of flavor.

Their chicken kebob was good, but not great. Lula is still my favorite, but I wouldn't mind ordering the chicken from time to time.

I don't have a photo of their baklava, but it's one of the best I've ever had. Made with pistachios. I'm not a total sweets person, but I can eat 2 of these. CASH only so don't forget. Prices are a bit steep for a Farmers Market so be warned.