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by Gregory Han
The debate continues amongst Angelenos about where the "Eastside" begins, but these spots east of the 101 Freeway are inarguably hidden gems worth exploring.
An indie movie theater hosting smaller films which fall under the radar of most other LA arthouse venues. There's also IPA on tap for those who like to booze.
Arts & Entertainment
Atop one of the oldest cemeteries in Los Angeles is this "OMFG, why haven't I been here yet?!" museum housing one of the largest paintings in the world.
Taco trucks and stands are undeniably great, but the longaniza asada yucatan and creamy papadzules here are a reminder homemade style dishes trumps fast food.
This tranquil and picturesque botanical garden is a hidden oasis amongst the concrete canopy of Downtown, a perfect spot to enjoy a box of green tea Pocky at.
If you've ever dreamt of stepping into a time machine, here's your chance to see Los Angeles as it once was. Walk inside glorious Victorian architecture in awe!