Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles

112 East 22nd Street
310-732-1270

Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles is a new concept for Southern California: a large-scale permanent handmade artisan marketplace. Our classically restored 1940′s-era Warehouse No 10 is home to more than 100 individual artists, crafters and food makers, each presenting their unique handcrafted goods in a vibrant patchwork of shop spaces.


Reviews

Jessica Hoerner

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Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017

This place is fantastic and dog friendly. I'm going to do my holiday shopping here. I've been looking for a place with a variety of handmade stuff that would be good for presents. I found it today and got a little head start on picking things out for the holidays. I bought a few things to try out and make sure they'd make good gifts. 😉 There's also a brewery with live music (at least in Sunday) and food trucks in the parking lot. I could spend all day here!

Hal Halladay

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Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017

Come support and be inspired by the makers of LA! Local craftspeople share their goods and creativity. Fun to chat with them and hear their stories and to buy their wares. Great space and organized check out. Would love to see a food truck outside.

BitstreamCowboy Design

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Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017

Crafted in the Port of Los Angeles features an amazing selection of hand crafted items from local craftsmen and artists. Its a huge establishment with many kiosks with merchandise from gifted local talent.

Joe Quezada

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Friday, Sep. 1, 2017

Great place for family, to just relax, have a burger and a beer. Walk around, see and purchase variety of nice things made from talented people. Paintings, dream catchers, wind charms, jewelry from crystals.

Ray Luscombe

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Saturday, Sep. 16, 2017

Great makers-mart! We were able to meet with the amazing artist..... unique, sweet, talented and excited about her craft


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