El Paseo Inn

Restaurants, Mexican Downtown
El Paseo Inn

Back in 1930, when the original pueblo of Los Angeles was restored into the Olvera Street district we know today, El Paseo Inn was a happening spot. And when the first post-Prohibition liquor licenses were issued in L.A. in 1933, El Paseo secured permit number four. Before becoming El Paseo Inn, the building it now occupies was originally used for wine-making, starting around 1870. A city-designated landmark, El Paseo has served margaritas and classic Mexican dishes to Cesar Chaves, two U.S. Presidents and countless tourists.


Venue name: El Paseo Inn
Address: 11 East Olvera Street
Los Angeles
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