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2622 S LA Cienega Blvd (Venice Blvd.)
"Amazing space, even more amazing artist roster"
Gallery 1988 (East)
7021 Melrose Ave (at La Brea Ave)
"A nice gallery to buy niche and not expensive art pieces, if your home happens to be a modern setting."
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd (McManus Ave.)
"Frequently reviewed by Public Spectacle, LA Weekly's Arts Blog, this is a hot spot for cutting edge contemporary art. Check out the current group show, "Crucifixion" while it is still up!"
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347 E 1st St (at Central Ave)
"The ahi poke in taro taco shells are an awesome pile of fusion cuisine - must try!"
German · $$
800 E 3rd St (at Traction Ave)
"The rattlesnake sausage is excellent, as well as the duck and bacon. Lots of good beers and great ambiance."
Japanese Village Plaza
335 E 2nd St (at Central Ave)
"Crowded. Great places to walk around, eat, and window shop. Check out Mitsuru cafe while you're there! Hama sushi is also good for a traditional Japanese sit down experience."
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