Puerto Rican Flag Sculpture
This 45-ton, steel sculpture arches over the road and marks the western end of the Paseo Boricua (aka Puerto Rican Passage).
National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture
The institute fills the old horse stables in Humboldt Park. It's worth a stroll inside to see what free art and cultural exhibits are...
The Formal Garden sits in the park on the northwest corner of Humboldt Dr and Division St. It's rich with jelly-bean-colored flower beds...
With red-checked tablecloths, a free-play jukebox piled with classic rock and country, and a menu of southern home cookin’, cash-only...
1002 N California Ave · interesting places nearby
California Clipper information
The Clipper's retro linoleum and Naugahyde decor hasn't changed much since it opened in 1937. Guys in bowling shirts and ladies in thrift-store dresses dig the lengthy list of cocktails and nightly entertainment (jazz bands, burlesque, DJs). Duck into a booth to sip your Old Fashioned and play one of the board games if the entertainment isn't doing the trick.