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...
Los Angeles Theater Center
Housed in the Old Pacific Stock Exchange building, built in 1915, the downstairs gallery rotates exhibitions curated by the Latino...
Named for the intersection of 5th & Main, termed ‘the Nickel’ by nearby skid-row residents who used to come to this corner for their...
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.