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
952 South Broadway Ave
90015 Los Angeles, CA
Pricy
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
611 S. Spring St
90014 Los Angeles, CA
Cheap