Downtown LA at first glance can seem dull, since it’s the central business district of Los Angeles. But it features some of the coolest arts institutions, sports facilities, bars, and fun that you could ever want. Easily accessible due to the multiple freeways that run near and thru it, Downtown LA is the hub for the city’s public transport system, including the LA Metro and Metrolink. Hate driving? Don’t want to wait for the subway? Bike! Downtown LA is very bike-accessible, especially after the bike lanes were painted a bright, neon green for increased visibility. With the historic core being revitalized, including updates some of the city’s oldest restaurants, and modern lofts popping up left and right, Downtown Los Angeles has shown the 21st century that it can move with the times, and even be cutting edge.
From Chinatown to the Arts District, and everything in between, Downtown LA is a plethora of bars, restaurants, art galleries, museums, shops, theaters…. I could go on and on!
Check out Perch, the trendy rooftop bar and restaurants with fabulous food, great drinks, and terrific views. Or, head to Clifton’s Cafeteria for some 1920s style cafeteria dining… and stay late for fun drinks, live shows, and hidden secrets! Oh, and dont you dare forget about the many restaurants at LA Live, where you can grab a bite to eat before you head to a concert or basketball or hockey game…. oh yeah, did we mention a little thing called the STAPLES CENTER? The MSG of the West, The Staples Center is a great place to catch a live concert, plus do some celeb-watching at a Laker’s games.
We got your friggin’ nightlife! Check out X-Lanes for some high-end bowling & arcade games. In the summers, Chinatown Summer Nights boasts live music, cooking demonstrations, and art shows. Big fan of bar hopping? Downtown LA is a great place to bar hop, with big name places like the Upstairs Bar at Ace Hotel, the rooftop bar at the Standard, speakeasies like The Varnish, and smaller places like Bar Mattachine, you’ll never be wanting for a fun place to drink.
Ohhhh yeah, Downtown LA is BURSTING with culture! 2016 saw the opening of the fantastic Broad Museum, directly across the street from the Museum of Contemporary Art and just down the street is the Walt Disney Concert Hall. There’s an entire area of downtown known as Gallery Row, where (surprise surprise!) you’ll find tons of contemporary art galleries. Downtown LA has everything you could want for a neighborhood, so why not call us today and see if we can find you the loft of your dreams!