LOS ANGELES (August 5, 2020) – Little Tokyo’s diverse and authentic selection of family-owned eateries, historic legacy restaurants, and modern culinary offerings have transformed into safe, enjoyable al fresco dining experiences with extended patio areas for all to enjoy dining out, takeout, or curbside pick-up options.
Honda Plaza customers can purchase take-out food to be eaten in the outdoor dining area. Restaurants within the Honda Plaza currently offering take-out services are Sushi Gen, Aloha Café, Pasta e Pasta by Allegro, Men Oh Tokushima Ramen, BBQ Chicken DTLA, Tea Master Matcha Café and Green Tea Shop, Tous Les Jours Bakery Café, and The Mermaid gastropub. Kagaya Restaurant and Kinjiro will be opening in the near future.
In the Japanese Village Plaza, enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine from neighborhood favorites including crispy takoyaki from TaNoTa Takoyaki and Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki from Chinchikurin on the patio dining area. Other restaurants offering outdoor dining include Kagura, Café Dulce, and T.O.T. Guests can also enjoy a rooftop open-air dining and special menu offerings at Izakaya Fu-ga’s new beer garden.
Discover the culture and many culinary delights of Little Tokyo by dining out or through virtual experiences in the comfort of your own home. Recently, Go Little Tokyo completed its 5th Annual Delicious Little Tokyo series of virtual events which featured a newly produced IGTV video series highlighting the rich culture and food history of the 136-year-old neighborhood. Follow Go Little Tokyo (@GoLittleTokyo) on Instagram and Facebook to view the videos and stay up-to-date on the latest Little Tokyo news.
ABOUT GO LITTLE TOKYO
Go Little Tokyo is a community-led effort aimed at highlighting the unique cultural programs, community events, and dining and shopping experiences found in Little Tokyo. As one of Los Angeles’ most vibrant cultural hubs, there is an abundance of destinations and landmarks in and around this historic walkable neighborhood and Go Little Tokyo will help you uncover them. Go Little Tokyo is a Little Tokyo Community Council (LTCC) project developed and produced by Community Arts Resources (CARS) and made possible with support from Metro. For more information, visit: golittletokyo.com.