The Los Angeles Arts District nonetheless affords loads to takeout to eat and drink – Orange County Register

The Los Angeles Arts District is known for its amazing art murals in 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 meant temporary closings while their store was being remodeled to make it easier for staff to work and customers to visit and take away their food and drinks. We have compiled a selection of places to visit in this famous downtown Los Angeles to eat, drink, and snap photos of the wonderful murals.

The Arts District Brewing

Arts District Brewing is still open! For to-go sales only. New beer options are coming, an ever-changing menu, and a custom 32-ounce crowler brew fixture that you can order. The opening times can be different. So if you can’t wait to order your Arts District beer, save time and have it delivered with DoorDash.

With the kind permission of Wurstkuche

Sausage cake

If you’re looking for a great Los Angeles hot dog, you already know when to eat tonight. Head to Sausage Kitchen in the Arts District and enjoy an exotic grilled sausage on a toasted bun, as well as a cold beer to perfect the meal. Enjoying a hot dog and a beer under the lights of the city of Los Angeles has never felt like this … “LA”.

Angel City Brewing

Angel City Brewing is known for the unique Los Angeles beer that tastes like home. At the moment you can enjoy the menu options with the Beer-To-Go offers from the comfort of your home. Check out their extraordinary selection of Beer-To-Go along with all of their virtual events to keep you occupied and entertained until they can open their doors again.

Courtesy Salt and Straw

Salt and straw

When you’re in the mood for dinner and beer, it’s time for something sweet. Visit one of Los Angeles’ famous ice cream parlors, Salt and Straw. Your options range from vacation favorites like gingerbread cookie dough to cocoa and peppermint patties. Or check the regular menu for items like sea salt with caramel ribbons or salted, malted chocolate cookie dough. This cold take-away snack is perfect for wandering the Arts District and checking out the local murals.

Urth Cafe

It’s meal time in the Arts District and you’re looking for food with an endless menu. The Urth Café offers you just that! Check out the cute restaurant while you have your meal. Whether you’re looking for lunch or dinner, desserts or coffee, you’ll find something perfect at this Los Angeles cafe.

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