A List of DTLA’s Los Angeles Dodgers 2019 Opening Day Restaurant and Bar Deals

  LOS ANGELES, CA — Baseball season is just around the corner, which means that the Los Angeles Dodgers will soon be playing at Chavez Ravine near Downtown LA. Strong contenders if not outright favorites in the NL West, the Dodgers will look for strong seasons from the likes of …

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The Ritz Paris’ Chef François Perret to stop by Grand Central Market for FREE desserts

  LOS ANGELES, CA — Grand Central Market is one of DTLA and Los Angeles’s hottest spots for its vibrant atmosphere and choice foods. It’s about to get even more exciting on Thursday, March 14; then, François Perret, Pastry Chef at The Ritz Paris, will be at Grand Central Market …

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Fun Shui: A Grand Central Market pop-up marketplace for art, design, and home decor

  LOS ANGELES, CA — Grand Central Market has some of Los Angeles’ most storied history, interesting food, and unique sights. Joining the fun is the appropriately named Fun Shui, a marketplace that will showcase some of the area’s top designers as they sell their art, photography, home decor, plants, …

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Meatzilla! in DTLA is Hamburger Heaven on Earth

Restaurants are a dime a dozen in Los Angeles, but the great ones are more like one in a hundred. The trendiest places aren’t always the best places; atmosphere and design are certainly important, but taste, creativity, and execution always reign supreme. Enter Meatzilla!, one of DTLA’s newest burger offerings …

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SEAS Cafe at UCLA Boelter Hall is Every Student’s Dream Spot

UCLA hidden gem, student-run, super cheap snacks and coffee and ramen, study spot in Westwood. Oh SEAS Cafe, is there anything you don’t have, that you don’t provide? The short answer is no. The long answer is nooooooooo. WHERE: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Boelter Hall, 5th Floor, in …

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Sunny Blue: Japanese Onigiri and Omusubi Rice Balls in Santa Monica

Fresh, filling, and light Japanese onigiri (also known as omusubi or rice balls with filling) in a hip joint in Santa Monica. Definitely a nice place to go to if you like Japanese food, if you’re a foodie in general, or if you just want a nice snack while you’re …

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