Sunday, April 10: CicLAvia
On Sunday, April 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m, a 7.5 mile car-free route will be open for pedestrians and bicyclists in Los Angeles. The route as pictured above stretches from Boyle Heights to Downtown L.A. to MacArthur Park to Koreatown to East Hollywood. Everyone is invited to walk and/or bike the route.
Although there is no official starting and ending point, I thought it’d be fun to do a round-up of eating and drinking along the CiCLAvia route. It’s going to be one big “block party!” Plus some bars will be open early in DTLA.
It’s been a couple of years since I hunted for the best Korean fried chicken but I was fond of the olive-oil fried chicken at BBQ Chicken (7th & Vermont), BonChon (6th & Catalina) and everyone loves Kyochon (6th & Hobart).
Or wander around, that’s what I’d do. I might make a run for noodles, mandoo or early KBBQ?
Note: Langer’s isn’t open on Sundays. But there are still great spots in the area.
More bars and/or restaurants I’d check out:
Aburiya Toranoko for izakya fun!
Bottega Louie for some sweets
Ensenada Restaurant – for seafood
Las Perlas for tequila and mezcal
Lazy Ox for brunch!
So who wants to meet up for CicLAvia food crawl?
For more information, check out CicLAvia’s website.