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Downtown LA Restaurants With Reopened Dining Rooms, June 2020

LA restaurants are slowly coming back online with reduced 60 percent dining room capacity

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Philippe’s, a French dip restaurant, with red tables and a hand dipping a sandwich into jus.
Philippe’s, Downtown LA
Wonho Frank Lee

In late May, LA County received the go-ahead from the state to open restaurant dining rooms (and outdoor dining areas) again after nearly 11 weeks of closure. The county health department also issued guidelines that restaurants must follow in order to reopen, including protocols for worker safety, sanitizing dining rooms, and more. Here now is a running list of Downtown LA restaurants that have reopened their dining rooms or are planning to do so in the very near future.

It’s always best to double check on each restaurant’s website, make reservations whenever possible, or call in to confirm seating availability. And, as mandated by county officials, please continue to wear a mask upon entering restaurants and moving about the space.

These Downtown LA restaurants currently have open dining rooms (at a reduced 60 percent capacity):


Broken Spanish (reopening June 17)

Chado Tea (all locations)



Faith & Flower

First Draft


Grand Central Market (all vendors)

Hatch Yakitori

H&H Brazilian

Hill Street Bar

Jinya Ramen Bar


Kazunori (all locations)

L’Appart by Air Food

Little Sister

Mariscos Jalisco (Downtown truck with indoor seating)

The Original Pantry Cafe

The Palm

Pattern Bar

Panini Kabob Grill

Peking Tavern


Public School 213

Redbird (Reopening June 18)



71Above (Reopening July 13)

Urth Caffe


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