Once home to warehouses and artists’ lofts, the Arts District has become a landing site for food, drinks and a crackling energy flowing from galleries, studios and media-related companies. There are photo ops everywhere you look. Or you could just come to relax with a coffee, experience the food-truck scene or have a seat in one of the many creative eateries. And if you needed another reason to visit, there is the Angel City Brewery. Along with great beer choices, they offer tours and an impressive calendar of events that even includes runs and yoga.
Downtown LA’s districts are impressive in size and options. The Jewelry District is the second largest in the world. The Flower District is the main destination for designers and florists. The center of the West Coast apparel industry is the Fashion District. Fashionistas of all ages and types descend on this creative center. Not to be forgotten is the Wholesale District, featuring fresh fish and a daily influx of produce. The districts of Downtown Los Angeles are vital to its economic growth and creative growth.