The Los Angeles Arts District is known for its amazing art murals upon many well-known places to eat and drink. In recent months, many of these places have had to make changes in light of the pandemic. This has meant temporary closures while remodeling their business to make it safe for their staff to work and customers to visit and take-out their food and drinks. We put together a shortlist of places to visit in this famous Downtown Los Angeles area to eat, drink, and take pictures of the marvelous murals.

The Arts District Brewing

The Arts District Brewing is still open! Just for To-Go sales only. New beer options are coming, always a rotating food menu, and a custom brewing fix of a 32oz Crowler ready for you to order. The hours may be different, so if you can’t wait to order your Arts District beer, save time and get it delivered with DoorDash.

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Wurstkuche

If you’re looking for a great hotdog in Los Angeles, you already know when to eat tonight. Stop by Wurstkuche in the Arts District for an exotic grilled sausage on a toasted bun, along with a cold beer to perfect the meal. Enjoying a hotdog and pint under the Los Angeles city lights never felt so… “LA.”

Angel City Brewing

Angel City Brewing is known for the unique Los Angeles beer that tastes like home. For now, you can still enjoy their menu options from the comfort of your home with their Beer-To-Go deals. Check out their extraordinary selections of Beer-To-Go along with all of their virtual events to keep you engaged and entertained until they can open their doors again.

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Salt and Straw

If you’ve had your feel of dinner and beer, then it’s time for something sweet. Check out one of the well-known Los Angeles ice cream shops, Salt and Straw. Their options have everything from holiday favorites like Gingerbread Cookie Dough to Cocoa Peppermint Patties. Or look at their regular menu for items like Sea Salt with Caramel Ribbons or Salted, Malted Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. This cold take-out snack is perfect for walking around the Arts District and visiting the local murals.

Urth Cafe

It’s dinner time in the Arts District, and you’re looking for food options with an endless menu. Urth Café has got you covered by having precisely that! Check out their cute restaurant while you take-out your meal. Whether you’re looking for lunch, dinner, desserts, or a coffee – you’ll find something perfect in this Los Angeles café.

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By Richard Moran

Richard Moran loves to write about sports with the Golden State Online. Before that, he worked as a senior writer at ESPN. Richard grew up in San Diego and graduated from the University of San Diego in 2004, after which he worked as an editor for five years.

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