The Grand Central Market, first named “Wonder Market,” is a historical landmark in Downtown Los Angeles.
It opened in 1917 on the ground floor of the Homer Laughlin Building. It currently has more than 40 different food vendors, which provide visitors with plenty of options from cultures around the world.
It is the largest and oldest public food market in Los Angeles.
Located in the middle of the market is Olio Wood Fired Pizzeria, with a two-ton wood-fired oven, which bakes artisan pizza to 900 degrees of perfection.
Owner Michael Robles has been cooking here since 2013.