Where to eat in LA’s bustling business district and cultural hub
Eater examines the heart of the Downtown, the bustling heart of LA’s business, culture, sports, and arts scene. From massive restaurants that work for business dinners to small pop-ups and fried chicken spots, there’s a little bit of everything. Here now, the essential guide to Downtown LA restaurants from Bunker Hill, South Park, and Historic Core to Little Tokyo and Chinatown, but not including Arts or Industrial Districts, updated for 2018 and presented from west to east. Note, excellent Italian restaurant Rossoblu has been removed since it’s closer to Arts District and would qualify to be on that guide.
Added: Majordomo, Howlin’ Ray’s, Yang Chow, Cento Pasta Bar, Sushi Gen, Shabu Shabu House, Nick’s Cafe
Removed: Sugarfish, Mikkeller, The Exchange, Spring, Kinjiro, Rice Bar, Rossoblu
“20 Essential Downtown Los Angeles Restaurants.” Eater LA – All. https://la.eater.com/maps/best-downtown-los-angeles-restaurants-la-live-bunker-hill-historic-core.