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San Pedro - Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles

112 East 22nd Street

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.



Sunday, April 15, 2018
I worked a wedding here. The warehouse is a massive, empty shell waiting to be decorated. You can do just about anything with the space, if you have the budget and creativity. The event manager was extremely friendly; one of the nicest that we've worked with anywhere. This was our second wedding here and we're looking forward to the next.

Francisco Vanguardia

Saturday, April 14, 2018
Cute spot and it has a lot of potential, but I was SO disappointed... The building itself is pretty big and it's full of spots for vendors. Problem was I'd say more than half of the spots were empty. The vendors who were actually there had some cute items. We picked up a few books from a small book consignment in the corner, and browsed the other vendors but didn't buy anything else... There's an event going on that was pretty entertaining, but I was sorely disappointed in the lack of vendors and lack of food. There were 2 food trucks out back but both looked unappetizing, and there was only one vendor in the building selling food and they were boozy cake pops. So what we thought was going to be a leisure afternoon of food and shopping turned out to last like 20 minutes. Not cool...

Bradley Vinish

Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles is a must visit place to experience the community. There is plenty of free parking, a trolley service, very clean, wheel chair accessible and public restrooms. The arts and crafts are locally made and most of the time you will meet the designer / developer. There are also opportunities to participate in fun artful knowledge building sessions. The building next door is a brewery, very cool to see and tast. Food trucks have been known to appear in the evening to provide tasty treats. I visit on Saturday's and there is still plenty of parking. All the artists and craft developers are easy to talk with and can create an item you like specifically for you. If you want to experience a place designed for relaxing with a fun community, visit Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles.

Norm Wray

Monday, Feb. 12, 2018
I think that I had the wrong expectation when I went to the Crafted warehouse. Everything was clean and well set up, and the people were all very nice, but it was basically an upscale indoor swap meet. The main theme is that pretty much everything is hand made by the people at that booth. If that sounds like something you would like, then this would definitely be a good place to go, but it's not my cup of tea.

Elise Langiano

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018
I am in love with this place! It is a true collection of homemade and artistic crafts coming together in one place. All the vendors are so talented and you can get lost with all the amazing stuff here. We met so many wonderful artists and independent store owners. This is such a great weekend trip to bring your kids and your pets!

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