Chinatown, Los Angeles Places

Part of our Los Angeles travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Chinatown, including Los Angeles Dodgers, The Music Center and Olvera Street.
  • The best place in Chinatown Los Angeles: Los Angeles Dodgers

    Los Angeles Dodgers

    Dodger Stadium
    Who wouldn't want to grab a Dodger Dog and enjoy watching a game of baseball in this venerable stadium which opened in 1962 and home of 6 time world champions? Also, for $35 you can get all-you-can-eat hot dogs, sodas, and nachos at the Right Field Pavilion.
    Chinatown food nearby
  • The Music Center

    The Music Center

    135 N Grand Ave
    Impressive hall architecture complete with tours most days. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is open to the public Christmas Eve day with almost round the clock performances by amateur cultural arts groups. The Walt Disney Hall has daily tours, check website for schedules.
    Chinatown eat nearby
  • Olvera Street

    Olvera Street

    This is where LA was founded as El Pueblo de Los Angeles. You can take a tour of the city's oldest house to see what it looked like at that time. The plaza is mostly filled with Mexican trinket stands and Mexican restaurants.
    Chinatown restaurants nearby
  • The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

    555 W. Temple Street
    6:30AM-6PM M-F, 9AM-6PM, Sa 7AM-6PM Su, hours extended to 7PM during daylight savings time. This large and austere cathedral, dedicated to Saint Vibiana, is the head of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. It was opened in 2002 at a cost of nearly $200 million, replacing The Cathedral of St Vibiana which was heavily damaged in the 1994 earthquake.
    Chinatown food nearby
  • Philippe The Original Restaurant

    Philippe The Original Restaurant

    1001 N Alameda St
    an LA landmark situated a couple of blocks north of Olvera St. and Union Station is a nostalgic shop with hay and sawdust covered floors. Famous for their 'French Dip' sandwiches dipped in au jus ($4.90), but the real reason to go is the atmosphere and the pastrami — the joint opened in 1908 and the menu still features things like pickled eggs and pig's feet. Coffee is ten cents a cup, but their 60-cent lemonade is even more popular. Expect to queue at any time and the place is mobbed on the nights of Lakers and Dodgers games.
    Chinatown
  • Philippe, The Original

    Philippe, The Original

    1001 N Alameda St
    www.philippes.com www.twitter.com/philippetheog Welcome! To Philippe the Original. "Home of the french dip sandwich". Located in downtown Los Angeles,CA. (Official Facebook Page of Philippes) * maintained by the partnership of the restaurant.
    Chinatown
  • Kendall's Brasserie

    Kendall's Brasserie

    135 N Grand Ave
    Great French menu at a perfect location to catch any of the great evening programs at the surrounding venues. Whatever you order, do not miss their French Fries!
    Chinatown
  • Pico House

    Pico House

    424 N Main St
    The Pico House is a historic building in Los Angeles, California, dating from its days as a small town in Southern California. Located on 430 North Main Street, it sits across the old Los Angeles Plaza from Olvera Street and El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument.
    Chinatown eat nearby
  • Mark Taper Forum

    Mark Taper Forum

    135 N Grand AveSte 201
    The Mark Taper Forum is a 739-seat thrust stage at the Los Angeles Music Center built by Welton Becket and Associates on the Bunker Hill section of downtown Los Angeles. Named for real estate developer Mark Taper, the theatre, the neighboring Ahmanson Theatre and the Kirk Douglas Theatre are all operated by the Center Theatre Group.
    Chinatown restaurants nearby
  • Union Station

    Union Station

    800 N Alameda St
    Los Angeles Union Station is the main railway station in Los Angeles, California. The station has rail services by Amtrak and Metrolink; light rail/subways are the Metro Rail Red Line, Purple Line, Gold Line. Bus rapid transport runs on the Silver Line. Bus services operate from the Patsaouras Transit Plaza on the east side of the station and others on the north side of the station.
    Chinatown
  • La Plaza at Olvera Street

    La Plaza at Olvera Street

    845 N Alameda St
    Olvera Street is in the oldest part of Downtown Los Angeles, California, and is part of the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument. Many Latinos refer to it as "La Placita Olvera." Since 1911 it was described as Sonora Town.
    Chinatown eat nearby
  • Comfort Inn Downtown Los Angeles

    Comfort Inn Downtown Los Angeles

    1710 W 7th St
    Downtown Los Angeles is the central business district in the central area of Los Angeles, California, United States, located close to the geographic center of the metropolitan area. The area features many of the city's major arts institutions and sports facilities, sightseeing opportunities, a variety of skyscrapers and associated large multinational corporations and an array of public art and unique shopping opportunities. Downtown Los Angeles is the hub of the city's freeway network and Metro rapid transit system.
    Chinatown
  • Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial

    Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial

    430 N Hill St
    Fort Moore was an historic U.S. Military Fort in Los Angeles, California, during the Mexican–American War. Its approximate location was at what is now the Hollywood Freeway near the intersection of North Hill Street and West Cesar Chavez Avenue, downtown.
    Chinatown food nearby
  • Ahmanson Theatre

    Ahmanson Theatre

    135 N Grand Ave
    The Ahmanson Theatre is one of the four main venues that comprise the Los Angeles Music Center.
    Chinatown eat nearby
  • Spring Street Smokehouse

    640 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
    M-Tu: 10:30AM-8PM, Wednesday-Friday: 10:30AM-9PM, Sat: 12PM-9PM. The best barbecue in town. 27 microbrews.
    Chinatown
  • Grand Park

    Grand Park

    210 N Grand Ave
    The Grand Park is a 12-acre park located in the civic center of Los Angeles, California. It is part of the larger Grand Avenue Project, with its first phase having opened on July 2012. The Grand Park is part of a joint venture by the city of Los Angeles and Los Angeles County. Park programming and entertainment, security and upkeep is maintained by the nearby Los Angeles Music Center.
    Chinatown food nearby
  • Los Angeles City Hall

    Los Angeles City Hall

    200 N Spring St
    Los Angeles City Hall, completed 1928, is the center of the government of the city of Los Angeles, California, and houses the mayor's office and the meeting chambers and offices of the Los Angeles City Council. It is located in the Civic Center district of downtown Los Angeles in the city block bounded by Main, Temple, First, and Spring streets.
    Chinatown eat nearby
  • Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

    Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

    135 N Grand Ave
    The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is one of the halls in the Los Angeles Music Center. The Music Center's other halls include the Mark Taper Forum, Ahmanson Theatre, and Walt Disney Concert Hall.
    Chinatown restaurants nearby
  • Yang Chow

    819 N Broadway
    Located in Chinatown. Award-winning restaurant. Be sure to order the slippery shrimp and the dry sauteed vegetables (green beans and asparagus).
    Chinatown
  • Downtown Los Angeles Visitor Information Center

    Downtown Los Angeles Visitor Information Center

    685 S Figueroa St
    Downtown Los Angeles is the central business district in the central area of Los Angeles, California, United States, located close to the geographic center of the metropolitan area. The area features many of the city's major arts institutions and sports facilities, sightseeing opportunities, a variety of skyscrapers and associated large multinational corporations and an array of public art and unique shopping opportunities. Downtown Los Angeles is the hub of the city's freeway network and Metro rapid transit system.
    Chinatown
  • Empress Pavilion

    Empress Pavilion

    988 N Hill St
    Referred to as the Grande Dame of Los Angeles' Chinatown, the Empress Pavilion offers delicious culinary masterpieces in warm and comfortable surroundings. Come in and experience the Empress Pavilion where the tasteful blend of Chinese tradition and
    Chinatown
  • Starbucks

    800 N Alameda St Spc S2 (Union Station)
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Chinatown
  • Maddalena Restaurant (San Antonio Winery)

    Maddalena Restaurant (San Antonio Winery)

    737 Lamar St
    Award-winning wines. Complimentary tastings. Open 7 days a week. Three locations: Los Angeles, Ontario, Paso Robles. Family owned/operated, 4 generations.
    Chinatown
  • El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historic Monument

    200 N Main StSte 800
  • Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration

    Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration

    500 W Temple
  • Brewery Artwalk

    Brewery Artwalk

    2100 N Main St
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