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1020 S. Figueroa St. , 90015

FigOly is operated by United Culinary Artists (UCA) and features a contemporary California menu featuring Northern Italian influences from acclaimed "Top Chef" alum Alex Reznik that informs classic recipes with modern techniques. By combining seasonal ingredients, whimsical thinking, and technical expertise, Reznik has created menus that are of the moment and reflect the provenance, style, and diversity of Los Angeles.     

Gallery 1927

811 W. 7th St., 90017

Contemporary art and emerging artists

Gallery at REDCAT

Gallery at REDCAT

631 W. 2nd St., 90012

As a continuation of CalArts' commitment to experimentation and innovation in the arts, the gallery at REDCAT aims to provide an active intellectual space for the CalArts community and beyond.

Garret Morris Downtown Blues & Comedy Club

501 S. Spring St., 90013

From George Lopez to Wayne Brady to Jamie Kennedy, Doug Stanhope, Luenell, Margret Cho, and other top comedians, Garrett Morris’ Downtown Blues & Comedy Comedy Club has featured a weekly lineup of some of the country’s most talented stand-up performers. Whether young or old, established or up-and-coming, we attract talented comedians and musicians of all types who enjoy spending an evening working alongside Morris, a true entertainment legend.

Every night at Garrett Morris’ Downtown Blues & Comedy Club is a unique experience. On some nights the club presents a non-stop line-up of some of the funniest and most outrageous stand-up comedians you’ll ever hear. On other nights we will borrow from Morris’ New Orleans roots and mix the comedy with some of the most stirring and soulful blues melodies this side of Memphis, providing an eclectic mix of hilarious comedy and impassioned harmonies that merge to form an unrivaled entertainment experience.

Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

152 N. Central Ave., 90012

A former police car warehouse in Little Tokyo, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (formerly The Temporary Contemporary) opened in 1983. This location offers 40,000 square feet of exhibition space and a branch of the MOCA store.

Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts

215 W. 6th St., 90014

Grand Performances

Grand Performances

350 S. Grand Ave., 90071

Grand Performances is Southern California's largest presenter of free performing arts programs and a landmark nonprofit arts institution established with a primary focus on bringing together the diverse peoples of Los Angeles.

GroundFloor Cafe

433 S. Spring St., 90013

A French bistro/lounge set up in the beautiful Modern Art Gallery. It offers traditional French gourmet sandwiches, decadent salads, traditional French pastries, cheeses, Moroccan-style fresh mint teas and the delicious, LavAzza Italian coffee.

Hold Up Art

358 E. 2nd St., 90012

Ira Gershwin Gallery

135 N. Grand Ave., 90012

Art gallery in the Walt Disney Concert Hall at the Music Center

Iva Hladis Studio

2020 N. Main St., Ste. 243, 90031

A fine art studio.

Japanese American Community & Cultural Center/Doizaki Gallery

244 S. San Pedro St., 90012

The George J. Doizaki Gallery (main floor) was named in memorial to the late Mr. Doizaki who served as president of the JACCC for eight of its crucial fundraising years. The Doizaki Gallery is 2,000 square feet of museum-quality exhibition space.

Japanese American National Museum

100 N. Central Ave., 90012

The Japanese American National Museum is the only museum in the United states dedicated to sharing the experience of Americans of Japanese ancestry. Adults $8.00; Seniors $5.00; students (with ID) and Children (6-17) $4.00

L.A. Artcore at Union Center for the Arts

120 Judge John Aiso St., 90012

L.A. Artcore dares to show bold contemporary art and is only beholden to its own standards - The galleries do not have permanent collections but exhibits rotate out each month with a focus on community.


800 W. Olympic Blvd., 90015

Events venue - LA Live is a one of a kind entertainment campus featuring event venues, restaurants, and more.

LA Dance Project

514 S. Spring St. , 90013


L.A Dance Project is a program of events founded by renowned choreographer and dancer Benjamin Millepied. Millepied founded L.A Dance Project as an art collective together with composer Nico Muhly, art consultant Matthieu Humery, producer Charles Fabius and film producer Dimitri Chamblas.
L.A Dance Project's goal is to create new work and to revive seminal collaborations from the past. Programs will include full-length evenings in traditional theater venues as well as various modular performances in non-traditional environments.

LA Philharmonic

LA Philharmonic

111 S. Grand Ave., 90012

The Los Angeles Philharmonic is renowned for its brilliant performances and innovative programming.

LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes

501 N. Main St., 90012

Cultural center of Los Angeles dedicated to educating the public about the seminal role of Mexicans and Mexican Americans in the development of the region. - Admission: $9 for adults, $7 for seniors and students, $5 for children

LA Public Library - Central

LA Public Library - Central

630 W. 5th St., 90071

The Los Angeles Public Library strives to inform, enrich, and empower every individual in its community by creating and promoting free and easy access to a vast array of ideas and information and by supporting lifelong learning in a welcoming environment

LALA Gallery

1335 Willow St., 90013

LALA Gallery is a space where the artists integral to this pivotal project as well as other public art projects can exhibit their studio work and connect with admirers of the street murals. LALA is tucked into a spacious corner of an old meat packing facility built in 1949, kitty corner to downtown local hangout bar Villains, and boasts high ceilings and a raw space that is a natural fit for street artists to bring their work inside. The gallery is meant as a space not only to show work, but for artists to use as a creative laboratory in which to experiment and interact with the community.

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