Category: Downtown

The Top 5 Cool Places to Eat in LA

Squirl is one of the Top 5 Cool places to eat in LA

Posted by Hana Nobel on 06.19.17

Los Angeles has a strong culinary scene and the hot new restaurant changes constantly. It can be hard to keep up with the newest trend and score a reservation. These top 5 cool places to eat in LA are interesting, delicious and fun. We promise any potential waits are worth... Read More

Best Cheap Eats in Downtown Los Angeles

Best Cheap Eats in Downtown: Grand Central Market

Posted by Hana Nobel on 04.02.17

Sometimes you want to treat yourself to a fancy meal, but other times call for cheap eats. Luckily, Los Angeles is filled with lots of trucks, stands, and restaurants that don’t break the bank.  Whether you’re looking for a quick bite (tacos, anyone?), or to sit down and enjoy something... Read More

5 Restaurants with Breathtaking Views in Los Angeles

5 Restaurants with Breathtaking Views in Los Angeles: Mariasol on the SantaMonica Pier

Posted by Hana Nobel on 03.23.17

Los Angeles is a city with lots of opportunity for views. On a clear day, you can see snowcapped mountains in the distance. Tall downtown buildings let you view DTLA’s architectural gems. And of course, the west side of the city overlooks the Pacific Ocean and stellar sunsets. These 5 restaurants with... Read More

24-hour LA Restaurants: Eat Great Anytime

Canter's Deli is one of 24-hour LA Restaurants:

Posted by Hana Nobel on 03.15.17

New York may be the city that never sleeps, but luckily Los Angeles has restaurants open all night for West Coasters who don’t want to sleep.  There’s plenty to eat in Los Angeles at any hour. These 24-hour LA restaurants never close, so you never have to go hungry. Canter’s... Read More

Five Los Angeles Chefs You Should Know About

jessica-koslow-is-one-of-the-los-angeles-chefs-you-should-know-about

Posted by Hana Nobel on 12.05.16

Los Angeles is an amazing food city. Some of the best meals in LA come from taco trucks and hole-in-the-wall Thai restaurants where you will never know the names of the people who made your food. But despite being a giant city, there are chefs that are well known among... Read More

Self Guided Walking Grand Central Market Food Tour

Posted by angela on 04.28.16

Opened in 1917, Grand Central Market is a historic downtown landmark and Los Angeles’ oldest and largest public market. Throughout the last few years, downtown Los Angeles has been going through a revitalization and Grand Central Market is the perfect place to experience the city’s unique and rich diversity. Neon... Read More

Invented in Los Angeles: The French Dip Sandwich and 5 Places to Eat It

French Dip Sandwich and 5 Best places to eat it

Posted by Avital Ungar on 01.13.16

The invention of the French dip sandwich is one of L.A.’s most hotly contested culinary legends. Some people say it was invented at Philippe’s, the cheap Chinatown restaurant especially popular among city workers and Dodgers fans. Others maintain the honor goes to Cole’s, the former check-cashing/electric utility/train station that now... Read More