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Koreatown Knows How to Party

Koreatown Knows How to Party

If you’ve been looking at Urban LA Living apartment buildings then you know that several of our buildings are in Koreatown. Koreatown is one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in all of Los Angeles. That’s not just referring to the population. Koreatown is full of amazing restaurants, shops and things-to-do.

We took a poll of our managers and here’s our list of our favorite stops in Koreatown.

Fave Koreatown Restaurants

10362271_1595362194063512_587658830_nWhiz Burgers and fries in a fun throwback restaurant.

– Amazing Cheesesteakes and awesome duck fat fries. Nom nom nom. ~ Amy, Manager of The Ancelle
– Sandwiches and tasteful fries. Everything is done fresh, even the sauces. ~ Vanessa, Manager of Seven Lions

 

Soowon Galbi Korean BBQ, not for vegans.

– Best Korean BBQ in all of Koreatown…so good it’s a NYE tradition. ~ Giorgio, Manager of Beachwood Towerpizzarev-koreatown

Pizza Rev Make your own custom pizza.

– You create your own pizza with as many ingredients as you want for the same price. They have an Oreo sweet pizza for dessert. ~ Vanessa, Manager of Seven Lions
– Recommended. ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

Pieology We can’t wait for Pieology to open. Custom pizza joint like Pizza Rev.
– Similar rival pizza joint (to Pizza Rave) I’ve heard is even better. ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

Avenue 2 Local lunch spot with American classics.
– A good ‘ole dependable lunch place. ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

Wasabi Quick sushi place for lunch.
– Affordable, dependable lunch space. ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

Shave Ice Great summer treat.
– Great for this weather. ~ Vanessa, Manager of Seven Lions

Commissary_2_webCommissary at The Line Hotel Upscale diner with an emphasis on fresh fruits and vegetables.
– I’m digging everything going on at the Line Hotel, especially Commissary their greenhouse restaurant on the second floor. ~ Nadia, Manager of Casa Bella and Plaza Cordova

– Great. ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

Anima Fun date night spot if you’re looking for an Italian joint.
– The best Italian restaurant in LA, hands down. ~ Gustavo, Manager of Villa Venetto

EscaLA Fresh Latin American food with great ambiance.
– Fantastic with great food, vibe and staff and a diverse young crowd. Plus an awesome happy hour every day and displayed local art. ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

EMC Seafood and Raw Bar and a happy, happy, happy, happy, happy hour!
– Great vibe, awesome staff. ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

Cassell’s Hamburgers Fantastic burgers in a fun, vintage location.
– Just restored to the original all american burger joint as it used to be. ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

Our Fave Things-to-Do

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Wi Spa Korean Spa open 24 hours a day.
– 24 Hour Korean spas deserve a word, Wi Spa for life. ~ Nadia Kury, Manager of Casa Bella and Plaza Cordova
– definitely give a shout out to WiSpa ~ Annie, Manager of Kenmore Arms and Casa California

Aroma Golf Range LA’s largest semi-indoor golf range.
– Love practicing my swing four stories up. ~ Lauren

Max Karaoke Studio Private Karoake rooms and a BYOB policy.
– Best place to celebrate your birthday…or Tuesday. ~ Lauren

Is your fave hangout not on the list? Leave us your suggestions in the comments below.

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Lauren Litt

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