Grand Central Market
Million Dollar Theatre
This was the first theater built by Sid Grauman of Chinese Theatre and Egyptian Theatre fame. Big bands played here in the '40s and, a...
This 1893 building is one of LA’s undisputed architectural jewels. Its red-brick facade conceals a stunning galleried atrium with inky...
Deloitte & Tousche Building
The perfect setting for an afternoon that lasts until midnight or a wild, soul-infused dance party, this red-vinyl, Mexican dive bar...
This new French bakery and cafe in the Grand Central Market does salted caramel bread pudding, kale hand pies and jars of chocolate...
Grand Central Market information
Lonely Planet review
On the ground floor of a 1905 beaux-arts building where architect Frank Lloyd Wright once kept an office, stroll along the sawdust-sprinkled aisles beneath old-timey ceiling fans and neon signs, past stalls piled high with mangoes, peppers and jicamas, and glass bins filled with dried chilies and nuts.
With Downtown's ongoing rennaissance there has been substantial investment (of money, time and passion) into the lunch counters here. We're looking at you Eggslut! But the old ceviche standouts still do business too.