Out Magazine’s travel section recently recognized ROW DTLA’s as must-see location for LA honeymooners. Check out this except from their piece:
Whether it’s for a week or a weekend, Los Angeles, California is the perfect, post-marriage destination.
Beyond hotels, Downtown L.A. is beefing up its commercial component too, led by ROW DTLA. Reclaiming one of the last derelict quarters of the neighborhood, ROW DTLA is primed to become a patchwork quilt of cool by turning twice-abandoned factory floors into industrial-chic spaces inhabited by small batch cultivators. San Francisco’s much-lauded Tartine has plans to open an offshoot there; Virginia’s Rappahannock — the state’s choice oyster purveyor — will open a satellite space as well. Toss in coffee from Australia, a bar-top kaiseki from a young Japanese-American chef, a boutique of French-inspired curios, and startup-friendly working spaces, and you’ve got the micro-neighborhood of our dreams.