Finding where to eat in Downtown LA is hard. Too many options, too little time. That’s why we take care of all the research, so you don’t have to! Where to eat downtown los Angeles dtla
Here are our picks for spots you should try out this month:
Carne asada cooked over an open mesquite fire just has that extra something special. Add hand-pressed flour tortillas to the mix, and you’ve just landed in taco heaven. Over at Sonoratown, they serve up some of the best tacos in Los Angeles. And no, we’re not exaggerating.
Drawing culinary inspiration from the Mexican state of Sonora – in the north of the country – Sonoratown has a small, but perfectly executed menu of tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and caramelos. All entries use flour tortillas, a staple of the Sonoran region. Selections of meat include grilled steak, braised chicken, tripe, and chorizo. Where to eat downtown los angeles dtla
While we don’t want to explicitly recommend trying one of everything, it’s not something we’re opposed to. If you’re limited to just a couple items however, we think you should try the steak tacos, and the chicken Chimichanga.
Denim the Eatery
It’s pretty fitting that comfort-food providers Demin the Eatery opened up in the Fashion District of Downtown LA. Where o eat downtown los angeles dtla
Serving up fresh sounthern-style comfort food, Denim’s menu stays true to it’s theme by using terms like Relaxed Fit, Skinny Jeans, and Wranglers to label different menu sections.
We think you should try the Denim Tip brisket sandwich and Braised Pulled Pork sandwich. Don’t forget a side of Mac and Cheese!
Not sure what you’re craving for dinner tonight? Head over to Joey DTLA at The Bloc for one of the more eclectic menus around. Where to eat downtown los angeles dtla
This Canadian casual-restaurant chain opened just a couple months ago, but is already establishing itself as a fun, lively, and delicious dinner experience. Here you’ll see inspiration from Mediterranian, East Asian, Italian, and American cuisine.
Some items we think you should eat include the Korean Fried Cauliflower Bowl, the Steak & Lobster Ravioli, and the Sake Glazed Chilean Seabass.
Who knew Little Tokyo would be home to one of the best Hawaiian restaurants you could eat at in Los Angeles?
Aloha Cafe specializes in authentic Hawaiian food inside a casual, unassuming storefront in a strip mall off 2nd Street.
Open at 8 am every day, you can get your day started with a plate of Hawaiian bread French toast or the Aloha Scramble. If you stop by for lunch, go with an order of the classic Loco Moco, or Kalua Pork plate.