Artesia International Street Fair recap & recommendations

I was invited by my parents to go to the Artesia International Street Fair. It was an awesome festival held on Pioneer Boulevard earlier this month. The Philippines area carried vendors from the Philippines.
I loved these bowls made of Acadia wood and got one for Serene Sky Boutique.
These handmade purses were neat! The outside area was made of corn husk.
Other booths included The Asian Journal and food from the Philippines like dried mango and pastillas.
The highlight were the street tacos that were $1.50 each. I got carnitas, al pastor and chorizo to share with the family.
Pioneer Blvd is home to the Indian community so I loved seeing the colorful blouses for sale.
The costume jewelry was colorful and eye catching too.
We ended our trip by going to an Indian grocery where they sold fresh produce.

 If you're ever in the Artesia or Cerritos area, here are my favorite spots:
Salo Salo Grill - the best Filipino restaurant in Artesia! Get the Kuya's fried chicken and kare kare here!
Pinoy Pinay - fast food Filipino food. The halo halo is the best here!
Los Cerritos Mall  - home to a giant Forever 21, Foreign Exchange, Sephora, and Nordstroms
Island Pacific Supermarket - great place to buy Filipino food like longanisa, tocino, and calamansi juice

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