Dope Local Spots in South Los Angeles
Whether you’re visiting for the weekend or you’re a local looking for something new, we know all the good spots to hit up throughout Los Angeles.
From West Hollywood to Boyle Heights, discover the Originals Clothing Shop’s favorite local spots to hit up in south LA.
Known as the entertainment capital of the world, people flock to LA to visit Universal Studios, Disneyland, and the Hollywood Sign -- but there is so much more to The City of Angels.
Los Angeles is the most populated city in California. With warm, sunny weather, gorgeous sights, cultural diversity, amazing food, and plenty of entertainment, there’s no wonder thousands of people move here each year.
There are so many stunning sights and attractions to visit in Los Angeles. Forget the overly-Instagrammed murals; we’ve got the spots tourists wish they knew about.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The largest art museum in the western United States, LACMA features “a collection of more than 142,000 objects that illuminate 6,000 years of artistic expression across the globe.”
Interested in their current exhibitions? Visit LACMA.org to learn more.
Overlooking LA, this is the perfect spot to visit during sunset. Grab your favorite hoodie from the Originals Strain Collection and make your way up to the secret swing on top of Elysian Park.
It’s a bit of a hike, but trust us, it’s worth it.
LOS ANGELES FOOD SPOTS
Food truck or rooftop bar, Los Angeles is known for good food. Maybe it’s the melting pot of cultures or the endless creativity, whatever it is that makes the food here so good, we’re happy about it.
Rooftop bars in DTLA
If you’re looking for an impressive date night venue or you’re a tourist looking for a dinner you’ll never forget, make a reservation at one of the many rooftop bars in Downtown Los Angeles. From The Standard to Upstairs at The Ace Hotel, there are so many options!
Want a full list? Eater Los Angeles made a list of 15 Rooftop Bars with Incredible Views of LA.
Tacos and tequila, anyone?
This reimagined cantina, a block away from The Last Bookstore, blends Tex-Mex comfort food with a twist. From chef Josef Centeno who also created Orsa & Winston, Bäco Mercat, and Ledlow.
Check out their menu at Bar-Ama.com.
No matter what neighborhood or district, Los Angeles has some of the best spots to shop. Known for our casual streetwear, LA locals are always looking for dope weed apparel and the latest limited-edition shoes.
Labeled by Complex as “the mecca of streetwear,” on Fairfax Ave, you’ll find Supreme, The Hundreds, and tons of other casual streetwear clothing brands.
ROW DTLA - Bodega
ROW DTLA is your one-stop shop for 32-acres of stores, restaurants, and lifestyle spaces. If you get the chance, stop by Bodega. Stocked with hard-to-find brands and sneakers, Bodega is the hidden gem of ROW DTLA.
Discover more stops and shops at ROWDTLA.com.
Get off the couch and find more hidden gems of Los Angeles!