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Downtown L.A. Food Guide

The hottest openings in the neighborhood from coffee shops to burger joints

Handsome Coffee

The java shop prepares seasonal beans in a vintage in-house roaster. Latte lovers, take heed: The purist menu consists of coffee and espresso. 582 Mateo St.


Umami Burger’s Adam Fleischman thinks beyond the beef patty with this deli-style concept that corrals his favorite eats (like mini potato knishes and artisanal doughnuts) onto one menu. 852 S. Broadway

Spice Table

Chef Bryant Ng honed his skills at Pizzeria Mozza before opening this Vietnamese-Singaporean restaurant. Menu standouts include curry fried chicken wings and beef rendang. 114 S. Central Ave.

Pressed Juicery

The new outpost in the Fashion District’s Cooper Building allows shoppers to cool off with refreshing juices like Watermelon Mint after hitting the racks. 860 S. Los Angeles St.