Row DTLA, Los Angeles

Row DTLA, Los Angeles

Housed in the former American Apparel manufacturing facility, the ROW DTLA is a massive development with offices, restaurants, shops, bars, and events spaces. The complex at Seventh and Alameda was built between 1917 and 1923 along the Southern Pacific Railroad and opened as the Los Angeles Terminal Mart. Today, DTLA is one of L.A.’s hippest hotspots, still continuing to take shape, transforming 32 acres into an all-encompassing iconic destination. This growing collective of globally recognized shops, restaurants and offices are spread over six buildings to create their own unique L.A. Environment.

Upon completion, ROW DTLA will feature more than 100 unique stores, restaurants, and 1.3 Million square feet of workspaces, including creative offices, rooftop decks and event venues that overlook the downtown Los Angeles city skyline.

Each Sunday, the complex hosts Smorgasburg, a popular weekly street-food festival with some of the best artisan eats in the city. Smorgasburg started in 2016 and quickly became L.A.’s largest destination for exciting local food, lifestyle vendors and artisans to create an unforgettable market at ROW DTLA. Cultural events, themed pop-ups, and other surprises keep it fresh each week. Vendors are open Sunday only, from 10am to 4pm.

In 2018 ROW DTLA launched their own farmers market, called POP Produce. Running from Summer to Fall, it features fresh produce, food trucks and DJ sets within the restaurants and retailers ROW has to offer on their private street, Market Row. Catering to all ages and dietary preferences, be it vegan, vegetarian or carnivore, it puts a fresh spin on Farmers Markets in Los Angeles by blending the historical produce market with the energy and vibes of the new downtown L.A. Arts District. The 7th Street Produce Market boasts over 80 vendors open to restaurants, chefs and the general public Monday through Saturday from 12 midnight – 12 noon.

Also at ROW DTLA you can find some of the most artful bento boxes outside Japan (at Hayato), a sophisticated caffeine fix (at Go Get Em Tiger), and gluten-free karaage (at Pikunico). For shopping, there's the homegrown design boutique Poketo, Still Life Ceramics, and legendary sneaker shop Bodega (hidden speakeasy-style behind a false loading dock for an imaginary bodega) among others.

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Sight Name: Row DTLA
Sight Location: Los Angeles, USA
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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