Discover Downtown L.A. Dining Car Free

Grand Central Market
Grand Central Market | Photo courtesy of R.E.~, Flickr

How global can a foodie get in an area essentially bound by the 10, 110 and 101 freeways? Completely global. With its massive influx of full-time residents in recent years, Downtown Los Angeles has sprouted dozens of restaurants offering an international range of cuisines, while maintaining culinary landmarks that harken back to its all-business days. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, your palate can taste the world at numerous options throughout Downtown L.A., often within a few blocks of a Metro Rail station.

The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board is making it easier than ever to discover L.A. without a car. Car Free L.A. features a series of self-guided "car free" vacation itineraries that offer a new way to experience the hidden gems of L.A.’s diverse neighborhoods via foot, bike and Metro. 

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1001 N. Alameda St.
90012 Los Angeles , CA
Cheap
700 S. Grand Ave.
90017 Los Angeles , CA
Moderate
727 North Broadway #117
90012 Los Angeles , CA
Cheap
524 S Main St
90013 Los Angeles , CA
Moderate
1300 N. Spring St.
90012 Los Angeles , CA
705 W. 9th St.
90015 Los Angeles , CA
Pricy
122 W. 4th Street
90013 Los Angeles , CA
Expensive
611 S. Spring St
90014 Los Angeles , CA
Cheap
317 South Broadway
90013 Los Angeles , CA