Opened in 1939 on the site of the original Chinatown, it was the last of the great American rail stations to be built, at a cost at the time of $11 million. By 1971, just seven passenger trains a day were running here; however, it's a bit busier today, and its Mission-style exterior, marble floors, high ceilings and decorative tiles make it a handsome place. However, don't confuse it with the Spanish colonial post office that stands next to it.
|Venue name:||Union Station|
800 N Alameda St
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East LA Meets Napa
Mexican restaurants of DTLA and Latino-owned wineries of Napa will set up shop in the Union Station courtyard for the 10th annual food and drink showcase. Savor rich wines alongside small bites of authentic gastronomic heaven for the ultimate Mexican...Wineries Friday July 17 2015Read more