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Everywhere I travel, I always ask, “What’s the local food here?” Seems every place has something edible they’re known for, and our beloved downtown LA is no exception.

Among the classic downtown foods we enjoy on my “Disneyland” tour of Downtown Los Angeles, delicious eggrolls at Hop Louis, since 1941, fantastic French Dip Sandwiches at Phillipe’s, since 1908, mouth-watering, fresh strawberry whipped cream cake from the Phoenix Bakery, since 1938, and tasty taquitos at Cielito Lindo, where they’ve been perfecting the recipe since 1934!

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Autopia

Streetlamps with dinosaur necks; speeding cars slowing on sharp curves and macaroni-and-cheese colored traffic signs that match the truck pulling a long, long trailer fashionably two-toned in battleship grey and lipstick red. This isn't the real Autopia - oh-no! For that you would have to go to Tomorrowland in Disneyland.

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Downtown Los Angeles

The busiest intersection in town is bustling with activity. An electric streamliner street car heads north on Broadway. A banner blows in the morning breeze. Broadway is one of the few streets in Los Angeles that actually looks like a traditional big American city.

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