Los Angeles has several iconic areas to explore, such as the Fairfax Village Los Angeles or the famous miracle mile and Museum Row that features the location of some outstanding museums. While you explore L.A., don't forget to explore the food scene in the city too! Check out these must-try foods in L.A.!
L.A. Hot Dogs
If you're walking around Los Angeles and you pass a busy street, you might not be surprised to see a hot dog cart. Known to locals as danger dogs, these hot dogs are bacon-wrapped and served with your choice of onions, peppers, or jalapenos. When you're looking for a quick, cheap, on the go lunch, danger dogs can't be beaten. You'll find a variety of hot dog carts located throughout downtown, including the corner of Wilshire Blvd and western ave in Koreatown.
Philippe's The Original
Celebrating 110 years, Philippe's has been around Los Angeles since 1908! The star of Philippe's is their french dipped sandwich. Choose from classic roast beef, or roast pork, lamb, turkey, pastrami or ham. They also offer up fantastic breakfast items, baked goods, and more!
Pink's Hot Dogs
If you ask a local who the most iconic hot dog seller is in the city and they'll likely say Pink's. Pink's has been around Hollywood since 1939. What started as a small, hot dog cart now is a local and iconic establishment. For fantastic hotdogs and unbeatable chili, head over to Pinks!
Looking for somewhere to eat that's a little fancier than a hot dog stand? How about Japanese fusion cuisine in a building that was designed as a replica of an actual Japanese palace? Yamashiro is a beautiful dinner location, serving up excellent cuisine and romantic views of Hollywood.
For some of the best churros around, head to Mr. Churro, located in the heart of Olvera Street. Olvera Street is a historic Mexican marketplace where you'll also find other authentic Mexican restaurants and souvenirs. A stop at Olvera Street won't be complete without stopping for these tasty treats!