Downtown Art Walks
A mad swirl of art lovers invades Downtown once a month for self-guided, liberally lubricated art walks that link more than 40 galleries...
The exterior of this 1911 building, across the street from the Los Angeles Theatre, was inspired by a Florentine palazzo, while the...
Tucked into the back of Cole's is this cubby-hole-sized speakeasy, where good live jazz burns Sunday through Tuesday.
Named for the intersection of 5th & Main, termed ‘the Nickel’ by nearby skid-row residents who used to come to this corner for their...
118 E 6th St · interesting places nearby
A funky old basement tavern known for originating the French Dip sandwich way back in 1908, when those things cost a nickel. You know the drill – french bread piled with sliced lamb, beef, turkey, pork or pastrami, dipped once or twice in au jus.
Enjoy yours in a vintage vinyl booth beneath twirling fans with jazz humming from the hi-fi. They offer happy hour on Tuesdays. The bar stays open until 2am Thursday through Saturday.