Did you know the original LA Chinatown developed in the late 19th century, but was gradually demolished to make room for Union Station? During its heyday from 1890 to 1910, Old Chinatown boasted some two hundred buildings including a Chinese Opera theater, three temples, a newspaper, and a telephone exchange. In 1938, a separate commercial center, known as “New Chinatown,” opened for business, and evolved to become the Chinatown we’re familiar with today-an international destination for dining, shopping, art, and entertainment-and of course, bars!
900 No. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Located inside Chinatown’s Blossom Plaza, LA Wine takes you on a tasting tour of California’s coast with hand-picked wines from Santa Barbara to Mendocino. This cozy spot is the brainchild of David DeLuca, owner of DTLA’s Ham & Eggs, who was introduced to many of the Golden State’s farmers and vintages during his own stint working in Sonoma wine country. In addition to their house label and many craft beers, LA Wine features multiple wines from their favorite producers including Hitching Post, Stolpman, Bonny Doon, Navarro, and Peterson. They also present a rotating reserve list of seasonal California wines, regions and vintages. All of their offerings can be enjoyed at the bar, on the patio, or to-go.
1746 North Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Backed up against the LA River and the underpass that leads into Lincoln Heights, Apotheke exudes an air of mystery where speakeasy meets Absinthe bar. Once you’ve found the unmarked entrance on Doyers Street, make your way to the back bar, which holds rows of tinted pharmacist’s vials with hand-lettered Latin labels. In keeping with the apothecary theme, the cocktail menu is described as a “prescription list,” and offers categories based on healing properties rather than alcohol selection. For those who take their cure seriously, the establishment offers Apotheke Academy, featuring interactive hands-on mixology and cocktail classes on-site. Upon completion, each guest may purchase Apotheke’s full service mixology kit to recreate cocktails at home. Courses are also available for off-site private events. For more information Reservations@ApothekeLA.com
1135 N. Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
For lovers of authentic French wine and food, Oriel is a chic, comfortable wine bar styled to please even the most homesick Parisian. Located just far enough away from Chinatown’s main drag, Oriel might be a little hard to spot hidden beneath the Chinatown Gold LIne Metro stop. But once inside, you’ll be charmed by the sleek black and rose interior, lush hanging plants, and soft pink neon lighting. Oriel offers a curated selection of French bottles and some 20 wines by the glass, along with a classic bistro menu featuring French onion soup, steak tartare, chicken liver mousse, steak frites. escargots, and gnocchi.
1220 N Spring St
LA, CA 90012
From their original space in Highland Park as a production-only facility, Highland Park Brewery has expanded into Chinatown, housing their first tasting room and second Brewery. HPB, as the brewery is affectionately known, was founded with the goal of making excellent beer in LA, focuing on fresh hoppy beers, lagers, and mixed culture fermentation, accompanied by unique processes, wacky microbes, and local ingredients. HPB offers a robust, beer-friendly food menu including Queso and Chips, Fried Cheese Curds, and a Sausage Plate with Chorizo, Salsa Verde and Focaccia. The Chinatown tasting room is kid friendly and dogs are welcome on the patio. Guests are also asked to not bring in any food not prepared in their kitchen.
475 Gin Ling Way
Los Angeles, CA 90012
General Lee’s Cocktail Bar has served LA Chinatown since 1890. Hidden in a dark corner in Chinatown Central Plaza, this historic space once entertained the likes of Sammy Davis Jr., Liza Minelli, Frank Sinatra, and Gary Cooper. Now a two-story “Modern Tiki” mashup, General Lee’s serves a creative menu of Asian-inflected cocktails with a twist, like wasabi-infused vermouth and black sesame syrup. The venue also features DJs and live entertainment, with upcoming performances by 80s faves Cocteau Twins, Soft Cell, Lords of the New Church, and Billy Idol. For reservations and table inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you looking for the perfect art piece to complement your living space? Is art one of your favorite spectator sports? Do you love discovering the hidden treasures that make DTLA so exciting? Residents of Watermarke Tower rejoice: the city is bursting with galleries, artist collectives, performance spaces, arts walks and tours to fuel your creative energy.
Hauser & Wirth
901 East 3rd Street
Los Angeles CA 90013
Located in the former Globe Mills complex, a collection of historic buildings in the heart of the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District, Hauser & Wirth is a vibrant communal space that links art and architecture with a dynamic events program. The gallery is presenting its first exhibition in Los Angeles devoted to renowned artist Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976). Organized in collaboration with the Calder Foundation, New York, ‘Calder: Nonspace’ presents primarily monochromatic, abstract sculptures that create volumes out of voids. One of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, Calder transformed the very nature of sculpture with his invention of the mobile, introducing the fourth dimension of time and the actuality of real-time experience into the realm of sculpture. His prolific artistic output extended to wire sculpture, carved figures, stabiles, standing mobiles, oil paintings, works on paper, jewelry, furniture, and domestic objects, and grew to encompass monumental public commissions across the globe. Calder: Nonspace’ also features five large-scale outdoor sculptures, transforming the industrial landscape of the Arts District into an oasis for contemplation of Calder’s monumental vision.
While you’re there, be sure to visit Manuela, the onsite restaurant offering seasonal, locally-sourced produce, a chicken coop and an urban garden, an open-air courtyard with a native Southern California oak tree and other indigenous plants, and murals celebrating the Arts District’s history. Additionally, the site is home to the first ARTBOOK store in Los Angeles, the Gallery Shop, which offers a curated selection of hand-crafted products, and Hauser & Wirth Publishers’ Book Lab.
The Hive Gallery & Studios
729 S Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Founded in 2005, The Hive Gallery and Studios is a truly unique and vibrant gallery/studio experience. Billing itself as a virtual think-tank, the gallery is buzzing with five featured artists a month, two full galleries, 25 working artists, and an artist-made item store. One of the longest standing galleries on the Downtown Art Walk, the Hive is on the forefront of establishing the Los Angeles Metro area as a world-wide art mecca. In addition, the gallery serves as an arts community hub, holding various fundraising events, and gallery programs such as yoga, figure drawing, private movie screenings, and more. The art featured in the gallery leans toward neo-pop illustration in nearly all mediums that are highly crafted and affordable. Artists that show at The Hive have proven their dedication to the community by consistently producing high quality work on a month to month basis. Frequent monthly shows encourage the participating artists to fine tune their craft, develop new communication forms, and experiment with particular styles, imagery, and techniques.
6522 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Mojave Project is an experimental transmedia documentary and curatorial project led by Kim Stringfellow, exploring the physical, geological and cultural landscape of the Mojave Desert: Desert as Wasteland; Geological Time vs. Human Time; Sacrifice and Exploitation; Danger and Consequence; Space and Perception; Mobility and Movement; Desert as Staging Ground; Transformation and Reinvention. The Mojave Project materializes over time through deep research and direct field inquiry involving interviews, reportage and personal journaling supported with still photography, audio and video documentation. Field Dispatches are shared throughout the production period at this site and through publishing partner KCET Artbound. Partnering with LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) through support from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Curatorial Fellowship program, The Mojave Project will be exhibited at LACE from September 12 – November 18, 2018. The Mojave Project will culminate as large-scale installation incorporating the published research journals, photographs, videos, documents, maps and other ephemera and objects gathered over the four-year production period.
431 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Established in 2008, the Downtown Art Center (DAC) Gallery is a contemporary art space in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles’ Historic Core. Exhibitions focus on mid-career local artists, while bringing attention to a community of individuals whose works are rarely presented to mainstream audiences. Marking DAC Gallery’s tenth anniversary, In the Making In the Making is an exhibition of textile and mixed media sculpture works by artists from the ECF Art Center Program. Curated by Nat George Media, the exhibition focuses on recent 2 and 3D artworks produced by artists employing unusual or untraditional materials and techniques. From furniture, to cushions, and wall-hung woven sculptures mixing fabric, beading, needlepoint, and ceramic elements, In the Making celebrates intuitive, “in-the-moment” creative processes that defy the accepted norms of art making. Nat George Media is a tiny agency specializing in curation, cultural production, creative strategy & communications, with a focus on contemporary art & design.
The self-guided public art phenomenon known as the Downtown Art Walk brings thousands of art lovers and community members to an ever-evolving Downtown Los Angeles. With exciting and unique offerings around every corner, DTLA celebrates the arts on the 2nd Thursday of each month, year-round, rain or shine. Downtown Art Walk activities take place inside the galleries, artist studios, and cultural institutions located along Spring and Main streets, between 3rd and 9th streets. However, there is a plethora of art-related events, pop-ups, openings, activities, and special programming taking place all over Downtown. For the true art collectors and fans, arriving early offers a more relaxing stroll through galleries and art exhibitions. As the evening progresses, more visitors descend on the area to meet up with friends and savor the local experience. The Art Walk Lounge is hosted by the Spring Arts Collective, inside The Last Bookstore at 453 S. Spring. Attendees can pick up maps, and obtain information on what to see and do each Art Walk evening. Maps are also available in our participating galleries. Tickets here.
The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk also presents the Historic Core Mural Tour, a walking tour celebrating Downtown LA’s murals! This tour is designed to take you through Downtown’s Historic Core neighborhood to explore and learn about some of the original art pieces that live on our city walls! The Historic Core Mural Tour exposes art enthusiasts to the rapidly expanding street art of the Historic Core. The walking tour explores the unexpected nooks of where incredible murals are exhibited on our city walls, providing the often unknown backstories to these unique works of art as explained by the local artists and gallery owners. The tour features special presentations by local artists and gallery owners. The Historic Core Mural Tour is a collaboration between Downtown Art Walk and the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles, to educate the public on the exciting art history of Los Angeles. This tour meets near G&B at the Grand Central Market. Attendees should arrive early, as the tour leaves at 12-noon sharp. Meeting locations, tour times and dates are subject to change with notice due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. General Admission tickets for $25. Attendance is limited to 30 people per tour, so book early!
With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s time to rev up your energy, calm your senses, and revitalize your ch’i for the hectic days ahead. Pampering yourself at the spa is the perfect prescription for wellbeing, whether it’s unwinding after a long stressful day at work, relieving post-workout aches and pains, or looking your best for a special occasion.
Downtown hotel spas, such as the ultra-luxurious The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton and the Omni Spa at the Omni Hotel are popular choices. But tucked away where you’d least expect them are DTLA’s secret spas, just waiting to be discovered by savvy residents of Watermarke Tower.
315 W. Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90015
Overmorrow is energetic luxury level AVEDA Salon and Spa in the heart of Los Angeles, that combines an industrial city vibe with organic roots. Housed in a sleek, modern facility, Overmorrow’s philosophy is to enhance and refine your natural beauty, while helping you attain your aesthetic and wellness goals. The Salon offers Hair and Make Up services including Scalp and Remedy Hair Treatments, cuts, styling, color, hair extensions, and AVEDA’s natural beauty make up applications. Step into the immersive Spa and relax with a Full Body Massage or indulge in the Signature Facial Therapy, which incorporates Korean-style face lifting and decollate massage. Rejuvenate your Qi with Body Contour Therapy, the technique of stimulating all pressure points for a healthier flow of energy. All body contour therapy sessions begin with a complimentary consultation to better understand your physical condition and needs. Book your appointment here.
220 W 5th St Basement
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, there is an oasis of calm exclusivity to balance the body and mind. Desuar Spa’s expansive state-of-the-art facility has been designed to deliver a fully immersive holistic health experience and unique atmosphere of well-being and relaxation. Guests have full access to the relaxation room and locker facility, and the spa provides bathrobes and slippers for use in between services. Desuar serves their special blend of herbal teas, and other refreshments, including complimentary wine. Beyond the usual massage and skin care treatments, Desuar offers the only Himalayan Salt Bed in Downtown LA, and exotic treatments such as the Cleopatra Soak (milk bath soak), Cannabis Soak, and Wine Soak. All soaks are done in a copper tub–the copper metal is bacteria and mold resistant, making it easy to maintain a clean and sanitary environment. Book appointment here.
819 S. Flower St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Calling itself the first “connected spa,” Frais Spa’s mission is to educate its clients and help them progress to improve their quality of life. Mixing an authentic spa-care experience with therapeutic expertise, Frais aims to redefine the relationship between spa, health professionals, clients and patients to provide a complete health benefit. Services include an array of massages, such as Tech Neck and Couples, along with Hot Stone Service, Organic Salt Foot Soak, and a variety of Scrubs, Wraps, and Facials. Frais also offers a Chiropractic and Acupuncture treatments, performed by licensed professionals.
Book with the Frais app
835 S. Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Some like it hot! Developed in the 1970’s by Japanese health practitioners, Infrared saunas offer the same health benefits as the traditional Finnish variety, but provide a cooler, more gentle and soothing experience. Unlike Finnish convection saunas, which heat the body from the outside-in, infrared saunas heat the body from the inside-out, leaving the air more breathable and allowing for a longer sweat. According to the Mayo Clinic, no adverse effects have been reported with infrared saunas, and the lower temperature can make them accessible to people who can’t tolerate the heat of a conventional sauna. Infrared heat can also kill bacteria, creating a more sterile environment. During any Hotbox session, you can add Chromotherapy, the healing power of color. Choose a color based on your mood, such as Calm, Balance, Clarity, Inspired, and Optimism, and your private sauna will be glowing with the electromagnetic colored light.
Here at Watermarke Tower, we’re all hopped up for Oktoberfest! Trending wildly these days with all the emphasis on hoppy IPAs, hops are considered to be one of four essential ingredients in making beer–along with barley, yeast, and water. For almost two thousand years, this pretty cone-shaped flower has been used primarily as a bittering, flavouring and stability agent in beer, imparting floral, fruity or citrusy flavours and aroma.
Getting thirsty? Hop to it and let the games begin!
Dying for a dirndl? Longing for lederhosen? Or are you planning to host your own Oktoberfest party? German Import Haus has everything you need for the Perfect Prosit, including traditional German clothing & accessories, Bavarian flags, aprons, cookbooks, CDs and more.
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
506 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA, 90071
October 27, 2018
Hoist your steins and hightail it to LA Oktoberfest. This fun festival features traditional food, an assortment of craft beers served by dirndl-donning beer maidens. lively tunes, and sing-alongs of old time drinking songs. LA Oktoberfest offers a variety of ticket choices, so you can participate however you want. For example, the two or four hour pass includes a Glass Stein and unlimited refills for the whole event. The location offers food for sale, including hot dogs, and pretzels. Valet Parking is available and overnight accommodations are offered at a special rate which includes two complimentary VIP tickets to the LA Oktoberfest. General admission tickets are on sale now for LA Oktoberfest.
ALERT: No refunds / no exchanges.
800 E. 3rd st @ Traction
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Enjoy the Oktoberfest zeitgeist all year around at Wurstküche. Known as a purveyor of rare and exotic grilled sausages–from rabbit to rattlesnake–this popular joint also offers more mainstream meats such as Bratwurst, Bockwurst, Hot Italian sausage, Polish Kielbasa, and LouisIana Hot Links. Other indulgences include Belgian Fries (topped with White Truffle Glaze, if you dare to go there), Double Dipped Fries with your choice of sauce, and a very naughty Toasted Apple Pie Ice Cream Sandwich on oatmeal raisin cookies. Expect an extensive selection of draft and bottle beers from Belgium Germany, US and UK, along with a nice wine list. For a special treat, try a palate-cleansing, digestion-promoting Eaux de Vie, such as the German favorite Underberg, or some fruitier fixes such as Blume Marillen Apricot, Kirschwasser (dry cherry brandy) or Pear Williams Purkhart. Group Reservations here.
532 South Olive Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
October 20 – 21, 2018
The 3rd Annual Oktoberfest is coming to Pershing Square in Downtown LA! Spend the weekend living it up during this fun, cultural event. Local beers from LA, California brews, and authentic German ales from Paulaner, the #1 Oktoberfest Beer in the World, will be available to taste or buy by the pint in the Beer Garden, along with sausages, pretzels, and of course live music and dancing! The event is 21 and over and no pets are allowed due to health department regulations. Event hours: 2pm-8pm, both Saturday, October 20 & Sunday, October 21, 2018. For tickets and more information here.
833 W Torrance Blvd
Torrance, CA 90502
September 7 – October 27, 2018
We would be seriously remiss if we didn’t include Alpine Village in our Oktoberfest round-up. Don’t let the Torrance address deter you–from DTLA, Alpine Village is a straight shot down the 110 Freeway, and if you’ve never been, this local icon is worth a visit. A little slice of Bavaria in sunny Southern California, Alpine Village was established in 1968 as a theme destination for shopping, dining and entertainment, and has been the home of the oldest and biggest Oktoberfest celebration in Southern California for 50 years. Traditional Bavarian fun is supplied by Oom Pah Pah party bands, your appetite will sated by traditional German fare, and your thirst quenched by frothy German beers brewed by Paulaner. While you’re there, be sure to visit the Alpine Village Imports Market, featuring a huge array of German foods and interesting alcoholic beverages like Goldschläger, a Swiss cinnamon schnapps with real gold flakes floating inside.
We know how residents of Watermarke Tower just wanna have fun! Of course there’s the usual round of destination restaurant openings and hot new brewpubs––and who’s complaining! But DTLA is so much more than that! So we scrounged up some wacky, off-the-beaten-track diversions guaranteed to amuse you and your crew.
634 Mateo Street
Los Angeles 90021
Billing itself as he world’s first Micro-Amusement Park™, Two Bit Circus is an experiential entertainment destination where fun-seekers of all ages can gather and play. The park promises an ever-changing landscape of immersive entertainment, including multi-person virtual reality, narrative-based escape/story rooms, indie arcades, molecular mixology, and liberal use of lasers and robots. As a brand new type of social playspace (Two Bit Circus just opened in September 2018), the venues are also a launchpad for new technologies and aim to bring ideas from designers, inventors, makers, engineers, storytellers and more from concept to reality. Sounds like a blast? You can make reservations here.
ALERT: Check for blackout dates.
120 E. 8th Street
Los Angeles 90014
Imagine yourself in a real-life adventure game filled with mysterious puzzles and brain-teasing clues! Escape Room LA. immerses you in a choice of five extraordinary environments, from a 1940’s detective office to a mystifying underground cavern, an ancient Mayan pyramid, an old haunted theatre, or a medieval alchemist’s secret laboratory. Gamers have to solve a series of challenging clues and puzzles and escape before their time runs out! Before the game, friendly Escape Room staffers will review the rules and answer any questions before your countdown to escape begins. Never fear, if you don’t make your way out before time’s up, the door will be unlocked. At the end of your game, the staff will recap your accomplishments and explain how to solve the remaining puzzles inside the room. Plan on spending a total of about 90 minutes from start to finish. Buy tickets here.
ALERT: Participants should arrive at least 10 minutes before your game’s starting time. If you arrive after the door to the room has been locked, you will not be allowed to participate, and there are no refunds or exchanges.
Cartwheel Art Tours
Addresses vary, depending on the tour.
Ready for more wacky stuff to do? Cartwheel Art Tours pulls back the curtain on LA’s “underground” past, from notorious Prohibition-era murders to infamous speakeasy haunts frequented by the Old Hollywood elite. Tours include a few stops under the busy streets of DTLA to discover a century-old tunnel and speakeasies, alongside more modern interpretations of the city’s hidden watering holes. Based in the DTLA Arts District, Cartwheel Art creates and produces immersive, neighborhood explorations and experiences designed by founder Cindy Schwarzstein, a hands-on active member of the Los Angeles arts community. The tours are offered as an opportunity to engage individuals and groups in art, food and historical adventure, with a focus on supporting local artists and artisan businesses. Buy tickets here.
Bargain hunting residents of Watermarke Tower rejoice! Hidden away in the wholesale buildings of the LA Fashion District reside showrooms of some of the world’s most high-end, contemporary clothing, as seen in the pages of fashion magazines and on the backs of your fav celebs. These showrooms and buildings are normally for the trade only (buyers and retailers), and are off limits to the general public. But on the last Friday of the month (if it does not conflict with a market week), many showrooms fling open their doors and sell their end-of-season samples to eager consumers like us, often at rock bottom prices. History Buff Alert: These are historic buildings with great backsstories. Definitely worth a visit!
Please note that not all showrooms participate. You can contact the buildings directly to confirm participation. Apparel samples are generally size 2 or 4 and most showrooms accept cash only.
110 E 9th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90079
California Market Center (CMC) was established in the early 1960s by the Morse family as the first wholesale fashion showroom “mart” on the West Coast. CMC continues to serve as the industry’s primary center for fashion business in Los Angeles, housing hundreds of showrooms that represent the LA Fashion District’s largest selection of brands for Women, Men and Kids. Located in the heart of Downtown’s LA Fashion District on 9th & Main, the 1.8-million square foot complex is home to fashion industry showrooms, creative office spaces, special event venues, and businesses catering to the downtown community, including eateries, fitness studios, and more.
127 E. Ninth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
The New Mart Building began its incarnation as the Harris Newmark Building, designed by famed architects Curlett & Beelman. Completed in 1926, at 12 stories tall and 160 feet high, it was the first high rise to be built in downtown Los Angeles. Today, the building’s glass-fronted showrooms are unique architectural wonders, utilizing the building’s natural cement floors and original Beaux Arts columns. Almost 100 established and well known brands and designers call The New Mart home, including ALC, Current Elliott, Diane von Furstenberg, Equipment, Haute Hippie, Vince, Steven by Steve Madden, Havaianas, French Connection, Hudson Jeans, James Jeans, Lacoste, Lucky Brand, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Miss Me, Nanette Lepore, Paige Denim, J Brand, Yosi Samra, Joe’s Jeans, and more.
860 S. Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
This historic building was born in 1927 to house LA’s fashion designers and manufacturers. During the 40s and 50s, the Cooper refashioned itself to shine as one of LA’s premier addresses for fashion industry showrooms––long before there was a California Mart or New Mart. The Cooper Building pioneered again during the 80s as one of America’s first discount retail centers, a model for today’s outlet malls and in the 90s, the Cooper Building anted up for the Fashion District, working to persuade the LA City Council to establish the city’s first business improvement district. Now renovated as Cooper Design Space, the building is home base for LA creatives, hosting a space that embraces cross-pollination among L.A.’s lifestyle businesses in Fashion, Media Arts, and publishing. When you visit, be sure to grab a coffee or meal at Pressed Juicery in the lobby.
910 S. Los Angeles St.
Los Angeles CA 90015
Built in 1946, the Gerry Building is one of the most distinctive Art Deco structures in the LA Fashion District. Rounded corners, seductive curves and block lines define the nine-story exterior, set against a palette of era colors that pay homage to an elegant bygone era. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003, this historic building has been completely renovated and updated with new materials, technology and finishes to create a collection of contemporary showroom and design suites that blend the new and the old. The Gerry Building is home to high-end fashion lines such as Vertigo USA, Roberto Cavalli, as well as popular contemporary lines like Naven. The 5th floor houses various swimwear lines ranging from L-Space to Wildfox Swim.
843 S. Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
If you’ve ever wandered around the Fashion District, no doubt you’ve seen the eyeball-grabbing 50-foot tall tile mosaic of Lady Liberty and wondered what the heck that’s all about! Originally constructed in 1914 for a billiard manufacturer, The Lady Liberty Buiding was just another old brick edifice until 1987, when poet/investment manager Victor di Suvero came up with the idea of a tile mosaic of Lady Liberty. The building’s owners, who were immigrants from Iran, loved the idea of honoring America and commissioned Barbara Beall Studio to create the muiral to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Statue of Liberty. Although small compared to other showroom buildings, the The Lady Liberty Showroom Building is well curated and includes a little bit of everything from Citizens of Humanity to various local favorites. Note to gents: This building has a great selection of men’s clothing, especially The Park Showroom.
Imagine being able to walk across the street to buy your groceries or walking 2 blocks down to meet up with friends for cocktails. This is Watermarke Tower, the home you have been looking for! Centrally located where all the fun is, Watermarke Tower is only a few (walking) minutes away from some of the best eateries, bars, shops and entertainment DTLA has to offer!
Faith and Flower
Faith & Flower, situated right on the first floor of our community is a must try! Inspired by a global influence of flavors and techniques, complemented by the use of a wood-fired oven and pristine raw bar, the menu redefines Californian rustic cuisine. The cocktail program celebrates the drinking culture spanning the Gilded Age and Roaring Twenties in Downtown Los Angeles and features cocktails with long-forgotten ingredients as well as modern signature drinks.
Sunday – Thursday, 5:30pm – 11:00pm
Friday – Saturday, 5:30pm – 12:00am
Monday – Friday, 11:30am – 2:30pm
Saturday & Sunday, 10:30am – 2:30pm
Sunday – Thursday, 5:00pm – 11:00pm
Friday – Saturday, 5:00pm – 12:00am
Monday – Sunday, 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Mrs. Winston’s Green Grocery
Conveniently located on Figueroa St, a short 3 minute walk, Mrs. Winston’s offers a healthy Plant Based Cuisine. Focusing on the healthiest and freshest ingredients, Mrs. Winston’s specializes in bringing handcrafted salads, sandwiches, smoothies, juices, and delicious soups to our health-conscious community.
Monday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Just a couple of quick blocks away, Prank seamlessly blends the indoors with sidewalk & sky in the Ricki Kline designed space. Pink restrooms, a secret karaoke booth, and the addition of an unconventional walk up bar add to the quirky and playful nature of Prank. From Hot Wings to local IPA’s, Prank Bar is worth paying a visit after a hard day of work!
Monday 2:00 pm – 12:00 am
Tuesday 2:00 pm – 12:00 am
Wednesday 2:00 pm – 12:00 am
Thursday 2:00 pm – 12:00 am
Friday 1:00 pm – 2:00 am
Saturday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Sunday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Hello Friends and Residents!
It has proven to be a very hot summer this year, which was a perfect excuse to throw a pool party! This past Saturday, residents were presented with delicious finger foods ranging from coconut crusted shrimp to all-beef sliders paired with refreshing drinks like watermelon cucumber coolers and mimosas. There was also a DJ on site mixing feel good tracks as residents danced the heat away and some cooled off in the pool. Such an amazing day was had and we can’t wait for the next resident event! Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook!
Hello friends and residents!!!
Tuesday 05-8-18 was a night to remember as we hosted our signature Taco Tuesday event for our beloved residents! Seeing as the Cinco de Mayo celebration happened a few days prior, we had to make sure the party was kept going so this was to be a very special Taco Tuesday! Our residents were greeted with live music played by a Trio Mariachi as they entered the Ultra Lounge stopping by the open bar to grab a drink before reaching our delicious tacos! It was a fun night for everyone in attendance! More resident events are yet to come this year, so stay tuned. Meanwhile, here are some snaps of this memorable event. Make sure to follow us on social media!
Hello Friends and Residents!
We hope everyone is having a great year so far! Watermarke sure has been keeping busy from redesigning to planning more of our signature events. Our newly installed furniture pieces in the lobby bring back a breath of fresh air, showcasing Watermarke Tower for its true luxury apartment living experience. Stop by and check it out! We are also on social media, give us a follow!