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Postcards from DTLA

A guide to Downtown Los Angeles
Vibrant and buzzy, Downtown LA is packed full of arts, culture and history. Comprising diverse smaller areas such as Chinatown, Little Tokyo and the Arts District, Downtown LA offers renowned art museums, cutting-edge restaurants & hip bars. Modern high-rises mix with architectural landmarks, such as El Pueblo de Los Angeles, the city’s 1781 birthplace. Anchoring the Music Center performing arts complex is Walt Disney Concert Hall, with striking steel architecture designed by Frank Gehry.
Our friends from Los Angeles has shared with us some of their favourite spots and hidden gems, and we are excited to share them with you!



Pine and Crane DTLA
For delicious, authentic Taiwanese food
1120 S Grand Ave Suite 101
Los Angeles, CA 90015
+1 213-536-5292
Casual lunch & dinner destination for Northern Mexican–style tacos with grilled meats & vegetables
208 E 8th St
Los Angeles, CA 90014
+1 213-222-5071
Italian restaurant from an acclaimed husband-&-wife team highlights creative seasonal fare
2121 E 7th Pl
Los Angeles, CA 90021
+1 213-514-5724


The Broad
Art museum that houses post-war and contemporary art assembled by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad
221 S Grand Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012
+1 213-232-6200

The Last Bookstore
California’s largest used and new book and record store in a multilevel space adorned with local art 
453 South Spring Street Ground Floor
121 E 5th St SUITE 505, Los Angeles, CA 90013
+1 213-488-0599

The Original Los Angeles Flower Market
An expansive indoor flower market founded in 1921 with a vast array of different flowers from all over the world
754 Wall St
Los Angeles, CA 90014
+1 714-222-5802
We hope this quick guide will be helpful to all who are travelling to Los Angeles. Stay tuned for more. Lots of love, KLARRA x