Brunch on California cooking inside a greenhouse at the hotel’s Commissary, then make your way via bus or Uber to Downtown L.A.’s Arts District. Bloom Square, at the intersection of Traction Avenue and East Third Street, has become one of the country’s most important destinations for street art, with works from Shepard Fairey, How and Nosm, and JR, and you can opt for guided art tours with folks like Cartwheel or the Los Angeles Mural Conservancy.
If it happens to be a Sunday, check out the Angeleno outpost of Brooklyn’s Smorgasburg, where you’ll find heaps of great clothing, design, and food vendors, including one of the city’s premier taqueros, Guerrillas Tacos. A trip to L.A. wouldn’t be complete without a taco-truck stop, after all.
Krista Simmons is a culinary travel writer and native Angeleno; she covers the southern California beat for Travel + Leisure. You can follow her adventures bite-by-bite on Instagram.
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