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Mariachi Plaza de Los Angeles in Boyle Heights. A little over a mile from downtown LA, where East First Street, Boyle and Pleasant Avenues come together, the Plaza is named for the mariachi musicians who have gathered here in their elegant charro sui http://www.mexicanfoodnames.com/

Mariachi Plaza de Los Angeles in Boyle Heights. A little over a mile from downtown LA, where East First Street, Boyle and Pleasant Avenues come together, the Plaza is named for the mariachi musicians who have gathered here in their elegant charro sui http://www.mexicanfoodnames.com/

St. Elmos restaurant in downtown Indianapolis Indiana

Elmos restaurant in downtown Indianapolis Indiana

Los Angeles. Randy's Donuts. Right outside the Airport. Try the bear claw and the honey-glazed.

The Iconic Randy's Donuts holds a little place in my heart located in hometown Inglewood , CA

1. Silver Lake, Los Angeles, CA   #1 on the list?  its time to move out of LA!

PHOTOS: Top 10 Hipsterhoods Of America

Pink's Hotdog, 709 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90039 to die for!!!!

Pink's Hotdog, 709 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90039 to die for!!!!

Street Bridge East L. (Where the car race scene in Grease was filmed)

USA - Los Angeles    		Griffith Observatory, 2800 East Observatory Road, Los Angeles.

USA - Los Angeles Griffith Observatory, 2800 East Observatory Road, Los Angeles.

(1941)* - Street view of the Lyceum Theatre, located at 227 South Spring Street. It was the second oldest showhouse built in the City.	  Historical Notes In 1941 the Lyceum closed and, later that year, was demolished. The site is now the L.A. Times parking garage.*

“The Lyceum Theatre, located at 227 South Spring Street, is the second oldest showhouse built in the city. Originally known as the Los Angeles Theater, where stars of yesteryear appeared, the theater.

The Newsreel Theater, 8th and Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles, 1951 Imagine a movie theater if you can that only showed news films of the day.

The Newsreel Theater, and Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles, 1951 Imagine a movie theater if you can that only showed news films of the day.

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