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We spent at least half hour looking for parking, got stuck in a traffic jam in parking garage. Apparently this is a popular market, especially in summer, so have someone drop you off! We never got a space, so we left disappointed.
We're sorry that the parking situation prevented you from enjoying the Sunset Market along with the thousands of other people... 更多
Nice evening where the weather is cool food is good entertainment good. My husband loved the olive oils we had a great time a lot of stalls with great items. If you are in Oceanside in the evening 5-9 visit the market you will have a good time.
This weekly street fair is sooooo much fun. Lots of great food, crafts, clothing, art and veggies to purchase. We love the variety of food - there's even African food that's delicious. Lots of people and a live band always plays. Parking is available on the side streets, but come prepared to walk. Since it's a big crowd, watch your... 更多
This is a fairly large and popular street market with too many ethnic food vendors to list at reasonable prices (mostly $3-10). There is also a variety of live music in the central area. This is a very popular attraction for both locals and tourists.
The sunset market gives you a great opportunity to support local vendors. You can purchase everything including food, snacks, arts and crafts, clothing, etc. There are also services available such as phone and tablet screen repairs. Don't forget to walk along the beach when you are done or stop at one of the local breweries.
A great place to browse and enjoy. Decent prices. Sometimes more crowded than others, pretty safe, free music and theres parking a block or two away.
The oceanside sunset market is every Thursday across from the movie theater. They close two streets off and the vendors set up there. It opens around 5-9 ( not 100% on times) There are a lot of knick knacks, desserts, food and live music. There are a few bars on the street if you want an alcoholic beverage but none... 更多
I love street fairs, farmers markets and craft fairs, but they all seem to be carrying the same imported items. I wish this one had more hand crafted, locally made items. Perhaps a whole section of local Southern California made products.