If you’re in search of a day out in Downtown Los Angeles, here are some places you should definitely check out. From the contemporary art at MOCA to the Mexican candy stores of Olvera Street, let us facilitate your next DTLA trip.
Some consider adventures to be only those places far from their reach, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. So many new foods and destinations can be found in your local neighborhood, and what better place to start than in the heart of Los Angeles. We’ve curated a special food tour of LA right here, but for a general idea of things to do and see in DTLA – whether you’re a first-time visitor or a local – read on.
Philippe the Original is a must when in DTLA. This place not only has one of the best French dipped sandwiches in town, it is actually the very site where the sandwich originated way back in 1908. Their prices won’t put a hole in your wallet either. If a French dipped sandwich isn’t what you’re looking for, they have plenty of other delicious options.