Brentwood Country Mart

Brentwood
Clothing + Decor

The historic open-air shopping center—consisting of nine red barn–style buildings originally constructed in 1948 by architect Rowland Crawford—contains a careful mix of longtime tenants like a traditional barber shop, post office, and shoe repair alongside contemporary boutiques such as Jenni Kayne, Broken English, and Christian Louboutin. San Francisco–based home decor brand Hudson Grace debuted in late 2015, and next up, beloved Atlanta-based menswear shop Sid Mashburn is opening this fall.

Brentwood Country Mart
225 26th St.Los Angeles, CA United States
310-451-9877

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