Koreatown’s full of architectural diversity as glass towers and stumpy stucco buildings meet French chateau-inspired apartments and Art Deco high rises, yet Chapman Market’s Spanish Revival castle-like exterior still comes as a surprise. The block exudes charm as you stroll past its streetside cafes and boutiques and into the central courtyard of handsome Korean bars and restaurants. The plaza opened in 1929 as a drive-in luxury grocery store, so it's no coincidence that its contemporary class conjures up a glitzy, bygone era when this was was the place to be in LA.
|Venue name:||Chapman Market|
W 6th Street
|Cross street:||S Alexandria Ave and S Kenmore Avve|
|Opening hours:||Varies by business|