8 ways to discover Los Angeles' Latin side

Visit Olvera Street, Los Angeles' historic heart and Mexican cultural center. Explore its vibrant bazaar, enjoy traditional Mexican food, and visit the Avila Adobe.

Latin history abounds in Boyle Heights. Mariachi Plaza, Mexican food, and vivid street art await you.

Attend a Salsa Night: LA salsa dancing is growing. Find nearby clubs and events with live music and Latin dancing.

To learn about Latin American and Latinx art and history, visit the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach or the Vincent Price Art Museum in East LA.

Enjoy Latin Cuisine: LA has a huge Latin food scene. Authentic Mexican, Salvadoran, Peruvian, and Cuban food is available throughout the city. 

Latin festivals and celebrations: Look for them throughout the year. Dia de los Muertos, Cinco de Mayo, and the East LA Mexican Independence Day Parade 

Latin music genres like mariachi, cumbia, reggaeton, and more are performed live in the city. Visit The Conga Room or La Cita Bar for live music.

Street art is popular in Los Angeles, and many Latinx artists have contributed. Discover bright murals and graffiti in East LA and the Arts District 

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