South of Pershing Square (btwn 6th & 8th Sts) is the country’s second-largest jewelry district after New York. Gold and diamonds are...
At this dusky whiskey bar with tongue-in-cheek hunting decor there are 175 varieties of amber to explore. DJs and smoking patio, too.
An acclaimed chef dishes up arroz con pollo (grilled chicken with cilantro rice), Peruvian paella and great ceviche in mod,...
700 S Grand Ave · interesting places nearby
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Old-time parlor restaurant meets upscale Tuscan-market cuisine at this wide and deep marble bar and dining room, which has become a magnet for the artsy loft set and white-collar worker bees alike. The open kitchen crew – all in chef’s whites – carves deli meats and slices cheese, steams shellfish in white wine, grills house-made sausage and wood-fires thin-crust pizza. So ease into a leather chair, drink in the alterna-funk-rock soundtrack, order a second martini and you may as well wait the 25 minutes for the chocolate soufflé. It does feel good in here.