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Magasiner à Boyle Heights, Los Angeles

Meilleurs magasins

“This bakery/cafe serves organic sandwiches, soups, salads, coffee, smoothies, boba. Expect a long wait at peak lunch and dinner hours. ”
  • 85 personnes du coin recommandent
Boutique de tartes
“It's great!! Treat yourself to breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a small treat.”
  • 53 personnes du coin recommandent
“This is a coffee brewery / coffee shop. They have free wifi and outdoor seating. You can watch the coffee being roasted behind the glass. ”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
“Neighborhood: Arts District, has other DTLA locations. San Francisco based.”
  • 38 personnes du coin recommandent
“This restaurant / bakery is a great place for lunch. They sell sandwiches, salads, and of course, tons of bread. ”
  • 35 personnes du coin recommandent
“It's a little far, but if you find yourself in the Downtown LA Arts District this is a can't-miss. Amazing breakfast and lunch options, gorgeous outdoor seating”
  • 25 personnes du coin recommandent
Stationery Store
“A cute boutique in Little Tokyo that sells cute things, accessories, and clothing. ”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
Grocery or Supermarket
“This upscale grocery store sells organic groceries as well as offering an extensive to go menu. There is a live jazz band on weekends and you can see your food being prepped on the outdoor grill. It's owned and operated by a family that lives in the neighborhood. ”
  • 16 personnes du coin recommandent

Centres commerciaux

Centre commercial
“ El Mercado is widely known as a social, cultural, and commercial center for the local Latinx community. Representing a traditional Latin American marketplace, it provides a space in Boyle Heights for the sale of traditional Mexican goods, religious relics, live mariachi music, and authentic Mexican food. The building is situated around a large interior courtyard and is distinguished by its red tiled roof, arcade, and distinctive two-story arches. Although El Mercado has become strongly identified with the Latinx community, the space was originally a multiethnic market. Founded in 1968 by Art Chaya on the former site of the Boyle Heights Lumber Company, the two-story stucco building served the local Mexican, Japanese, and Italian communites. The variety of cultures, products, and foods boosted its appeal to outside visitors. Though the building has evolved over time, its original spirit and purpose has been sustained. ”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande