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Parks & nature in Financial District, Los Angeles

French Restaurant
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“This rooftop bar/restaurant has nice ambiance and is a great place for take in the sunset. Great place to meet up for drinks. ”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“Take LA to new heights via this open-air observation deck providing 360-degree views of the city & a unique glass slide attached to the side of a building, 1,000 feet above Downtown L.A. OUE Skyspace is the perfect starting point for guests to the Los Angeles area providing a stunning overview of the city’s layout, allowing you to map out other various options to be explored on your trip. OUE Skyspace is a living story, with the guest at the heart of our story. We look to inspire play, wonder and curiosity as each visitor is able to see Los Angeles from a whole new perspective, 1,000 feet in the air. To compliment your experience, you will be able to enjoy a culinary experience that represents the vibrant components of the city, from the food and beverage to our signature cocktail programs, each is an extension of the culture of the city.”
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Skating Rink
“Though this Spanish-inspired plaza has seen better days—blame it on a postmodern makeover and some unsavory fixtures—it remains Downtown’s central public space. The park hosts events throughout the year, including a Wednesday farmers’ market, summer concerts and a winter ice skating rink, but it’s worth a visit anytime for its views of the surrounding iconic 1920s- and ’30s-built edifices.”
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Park
“Tasty dessert shop with creative creations like grilled cheese sandwiches with chicken and grape jam. Has stuff like chocolate-covered strawberries, little cakes, etc. ”
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Park
“This urban park surrounding the Central Library features fountains, lawns & benches.”
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Park
“Sitting 34 feet above Hope Street, the park is a great viewing point for LA's famous landmarks – like the Los Angeles Central Library, the Hollywood Sign and even the San Gabriel Mountains on a clear day. Enjoy a stroll among colorful flowering trees, wonder at the wide variety of plants skirting their trunks, and take a moment to toss a coin into the pools of the Lillian Disney Memorial Fountain. This Royal Delft porcelain fountain, designed by Frank Gehry, is dedicated as "A Rose for Lilly" and is, fittingly, in the shape of a large blooming rose.”
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