#OUTC16 Spotlight: 5 of LA’s Best Kept Secrets
by Rachelle Avery on February 16, 2016
With OUTC16 less than one week away, I know many of you are busy making travel plans. With so much to do and see in Downtown Los Angeles, how do you decide? If you’re looking for local fun and culture, be sure to check out these five marvelous, unique hot spots for mingling, drinks, dining, and sightseeing.
1. Perch • 448 South Hill Street
This French-inspired rooftop bistro is perfect for grabbing drinks and gazing at the skyline and sunset. Their patio features live music, a bohemian atmosphere, and beautiful views of the city. Plus, they have delicious cuisine!
2. The Edison • 108 West 2nd Street
This speakeasy-style bar and restaurant features craft cocktails, live music, and an authentic art nouveau ambience. Experience LA like it was in the 1930s. It doesn’t get more Old Hollywood than this!
3. Clifton’s Cafeteria • 648 South Broadway
Built in 1935, Clifton’s Cafeteria was reopened in 2015 as a revamped indoor dining experience. The multilevel restaurant has different themed rooms including a tiki bar, forest trees, a waterfall, and more. Grab a bite to eat and explore the wonders of this newly redesigned social space.
4. Grand Central Market • 317 South Broadway
For fresh fare as well as artisanal dining, Grand Central Market is a great stop for all your food needs. You’ll find all sorts of eateries in this bazaar built in 1917.
5. The Rooftop at The Standard • 550 South Flower Street
Complete with a dance floor, outdoor bar, and swimming pool, The Rooftop is the place to be for a night out on the town. Experience a new perspective atop The Standard hotel with happy hour cocktails, dancing, and fun!
Look out, LA… The OUTC16 crew will be there living it up in just a few days!
Stay tuned for more posts in our #OUTC16 Spotlight series.
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