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Loved the intimate nature of Olvera Street with the Mexican restaurants, entertainment and market stalls in a very compact area.
My friend and I love this place. I thought I was In Mexico, so much culture and all those amazing gif shops. We visit the church at cross street and as well an old cemetery of the first immigrant that moved here. IN the park they have traditional Mexican music live, free cost. 2…
If you are looking for traditional Mexican items or food this was a great place to find it all in one spot. The churros were delicious. We visited during the day of the dead festival so there was a very large croud in attendance and it was hard to walk through the market. I'm…
We had visited Union Station just down the street and had heard about Olvera Street from different blogs on LA travel. Olvera Street is just a block up the street and is mainly small kiosks with vendors selling different wares and souvenirs. There are quite a few restaurants…
Holy smokes! The only way you can find better Mexican food is to go to Mexico. Too many places cater to the American flavor of Mexico and this place caters to the Mexican flavors Mexico.