Urban • Historic • Diverse
Downtown Los Angeles is a work-in-progess. The Arts District is quickly becoming a mecca of trendy coffeeshops and popular restaurants, historic Little Tokyo is a great place to feast on ramen, there's a tea shop or ice cream vendor on every corner, or so it seems, and in Bunker Hill, high-rises dominate the skyline. Downtown L.A. doesn't quite have the street life of Manhattan, but it's quickly growing into a vibrant, walkable urban scene.
Want to venture further?
Navigating all that downtown LA has to offer can be a challenge, especially when it comes to food. Our guide will serve as your compass to the city's most creative (and delicious) dishes.
Guide · October 27, 2017