Walk north from El Pueblo and you'll breach the dragon gates. After being forced to make room for Union Station, the Chinese resettled a...
A sight notable for its rare rooftop mural called América Tropical by David Alfaro Siqueiros, one of Mexico’s great early-20th-century...
A festive Mexican marketplace, with gaudy decorations and souvenir stalls that scream ‘tourist trap,’ you can still find authentic...
Poets and hipsters gather at this artsy Chinatown bar for a nightcap after gallery-hopping on nearby Chung King Rd. The Kool Aid– orange...
A basic, tile-floored pho joint infused with the aroma of garlic and thinly sliced rare beef in a bowl of noodles that are sought after...
819 N Broadway · interesting places nearby
Yang Chow information
All hail the slippery shrimp, the signature dish that’s coaxed Angelenos to Chinatown for the last 30 years. Although outposts have opened in the Valley and Pasadena, the original downtown location, despite its coral-colored, somewhat uninspired decor, remains most popular.