High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Third Street in Los
Angeles is a major east-west thoroughfare. It begins in downtown
Beverly Hills by Santa Monica Boulevard and ends at Alameda Street
in Downtown Los Angeles. East of Alameda it becomes Fourth Street,
where it heads to East Los Angeles, where it turns back into 3rd
Street upon crossing Indiana Street. Third Street eventually
becomes Pomona Boulevard in Monterey Park, where it finally ends at
the Pomona Freeway (SR 60). Third Street passes along the south
side of the The Grove and "The Original" Farmers Market at Fairfax
Avenue, near the headquarters of The Writers Guild of America,
West. There are also many other restaurants, boutiques, and antique
stores on this specific strip of 3rd Street, which is less upscale
and more relaxed than nearby Robertson Boulevard and Melrose
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