The exterior of this 1911 building, across the street from the Los Angeles Theatre, was inspired by a Florentine palazzo, while the...
The hub of Downtown’s historic core, Pershing Sq was LA’s first public park in 1866 and is now a postmodern concrete patch enlivened by...
Los Angeles Theatre
This 1931 theater is the most lavish movie palace on the strip. The soaring lobby is a sparkling hall of mirrors with a three-tiered...
A hipster pub featuring boutique vintners and craftsmen beers. Sunday game night dusts off the board games you love so well – everything...
Named for the intersection of 5th & Main, termed ‘the Nickel’ by nearby skid-row residents who used to come to this corner for their...
216 5th St · interesting places nearby
An Eastern European tapas joint set in the old Alexandria Hotel lobby. Menu mainstays include duck latkes with apple sauce, bacon-wrapped matzo balls served with pink-hot horseradish mayo, and boneless lamb neck roasted with Ethiopian spices.