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Universal City Area
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- Plenty of good restaurants, pretty setting, cutesy spots for pictures, lots to see and do.. and the shopping! If you are into shopping then you are in luck! Bit of challenge for parking, we went on a Tuesday afternoon in November when was a bit chilly out, but had to drive around a few times to find a spot.. I cannot imagine when it’s busy! So plan aheadWritten November 20, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A busy promenade full of stores, and you pay for the experience of being so close to Universal Studios.
It’s a fun place to explore in the evening time especially, if you’re okay with crowds. The stores are your classic mix of touristy and LA centric souvenirs, as well as playing off the Hollywood aspect.
It was a nice time walking around, going to the arcade, and hearing some talented street performers.Written October 16, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The weather was great for shopping at The Citadel outlet mall. The Holiday Tree was up and Santa’s photo background was being assembled. So many great designer shops: clothing, shoes, luggage, jewelry. There are plenty of seats at several different food venues, including indoor seating at Ruby’s Diner.Written November 18, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Went there today, 6/10/22, at 5:00 pm. There we’re a good amount of stalls open. The vibe was cute. They pretty much all sell the same things, but still fun to stroll through and take in the atmosphere. Everyone was friendly. Most vendors are cash only. There is a public restroom there which is hard to find in LA so that’s a bonus. It wasn’t trashy and no
homeless people on the shopping street area. I would definitely recommend this place if you have time to kill. It’s very close to Little Tokyo, Bradbury Building and Grand Central Market area.Written June 10, 2022
- Stumbled across this place on our way to the nearby mall, The Grove. The bus stops just along the road.
There is a little bit of history attached to this market so worth looking at some of the historical facts and pictures around the place on the walls as well as the old fuel pumps.
What a choice for fresh and cooked food, all in one place.
You can stroll up an down the aisles to take in the sights and smells of all the different foods.
We were a couple but the market caters for all. Even if a family all want different foods it is here.
The atmosphere is very friendly and no pressure to buy from any of the vendors.
For any readers of this review who like spicy sauces then make an effort to visit the Dragunara Spice Bazaar which contains some very entertaining names for the sauces and snacks. Maybe not for the younger members of the family.
Whether you need to purchase fresh food or simply enjoy breakfast, dinner or a snack I would highly recommend a visit to the Farmers Market.Written October 13, 2022
- High end products at a premium price. Getting around was a bit confusing at first, especially if you enter via the shop fronts, but we got to where we needed to be. The whole feel of the place is a almost like it isn't finished yet - and the food court is small and unappealing.Written November 17, 2019
- The LA flower market is a joy to walk around. There is easy parking and Poppy and Rose is a wonderful organic restaurant for breakfast or lunch right opposite.
The vendors are friendly and helpful and if you need flowers for an event you can check out my daughter, Tayah Howard at @orignelsewhere she does events and runs floral workshops for group of friends.Written October 14, 2019
- Parking is free outside the main part of the mall so drive around before you end up paying. Really good choice of restaurants and cafes and plenty of seating to relax without feeling the obligation to a buy a coffee you don't need.Written February 10, 2020
- Took our Canadian tourist to Mrs Fish for a fantastic Father’s Day dinner. A colorful, artsy staircase transports you to a cool basement with a lovely massive aquarium. Located across Pershing Square and in the same building as its sister-resto hotspot Perch, it is a good choice for an amazing LA night-out!
We ordered several creative cocktails (average $15 each) and the following:
pork belly skewer $13
skirt steak skewer $14
rock shrimp tempura skewer $15
braised short rib $30
miso black cod $26
blue crab roll $14
hazelnut mousse with matcha ice cream and wasabi powder
We give this restaurant WOW marks in service, cocktails, skewers and ambience. My absolute favorite dish of the night is the flavorful, very tender, fall-off-the-fork short rib. The secret sauce sunchoke purée with horseradish is super duper lick-the-bowl yummy. The Miso black cod comes in second. The dessert was a revelation as well - matcha ice cream topped with wasabi powder to tame the sugar rush of hazelnut mousse! Geniusssss!
Shout out to our server extraordinaire Gladys. Best to reserve on Opentable.
Pix &vids on IG: @i_therefore_concludeWritten June 24, 2022
- ...I got the the gallery with the Hammer Collection. Stunning. Not a large collection (or just what was on display) but great quality. Loved the Van Gogh of the garden at Nuenen. The Salomé and King David pieces are unusual and beyond description. The rest was kind of blah. In the van Dyke Parks quadraphonic gallery, they sit you by the speakers. The whole point of quadraphonic is to be centered. Of course there was probably some artistic intent that I'm too dumb to get.Written September 25, 2021
- Santee Alley is a outdoor market with lots of junky treasures. The clothing is not even close to designer knock off, so I guess it depends on what you are looking for... Parking was easy. There are shops galore! The area itself is a little shady. I felt like you could definitely get pick pocketed here, so if you wanna go to check out this strange little part of LA than plan accordingly.Written October 13, 2022
- This amazing place is a commercial gallery with a museum-size space, and museum-style exhibitions. Their comprehensive show are extrordinary, and always worth a visit. (Philip Guston currently showing) Parking isn't easy, but it's worth the effort. (Other galleries are on the adjacent block, and a good choice of restaurants are nearby.)Written November 28, 2019
- Lots of fun shops and eateries where the fabulous people come to roam and be seen. Love the Stumphouse coffee shop with its funky layoutWritten July 18, 2018
- Close to the Metro Station! Convenient to shops and restaurants. Best thing to say it’s close to the subway.Written July 11, 2019
- We went to see the exterior of Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House (because we were not able to book a tour of the interior). We also visited the Municipal Gallery of Art, which was underwhelming. Lots of people were picnicking on the grass. Nice park.Written February 23, 2020
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