Night Markets in L.A.

July 20, 2018
yamashiro night market 2018

Sure, you’ve probably walked around and enjoyed activities in Los Angeles in the day, but what about the night? Once the sun goes down, it doesn’t mean the fun has to end. Head to a local bar or switch things up by going to something like the Yamashiro Night Market 2018. Stay at sunset boutique motel and be close to events that LA has to offer.

Join Hollywood locals and discover Yamashiro’s Night Market. The Yamashiro restaurant in Hollywood has been a local icon since the golden age of Hollywood. Now, throughout the summer, Yamashiro hosts a weekly market that takes place every Thursday from 5-9pm. Park at the nearby Mosaic Church for just $10 and enjoy the FREE shuttle service that will drop you off at Yamashiro’s. Not only can you find cool arts and crafts, enjoy the food, drink and live music.

The 626 Night Market is going on seven years of bringing fun to the Pasadena area. Located at the Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, the 626 Night Market is one of the biggest parties of the summer featuring food, games, art, shopping and live music! If you enjoy tasty food and love taking insta-worthy pics of food, this place is definitely for you. Come down on August 10th-12th and August 31-Sept 2nd and see what all the fun is about.

If you’re looking to explore the downtown LA area this summer, be sure to stop by Chinatown for their Chinatown Summer Nights series. Taking place on the last saturday's of the month during the summer, you can head to the Central Plaza in Chinatown and enjoy the fun. There are cultural shows, an art studio, shopping opportunities, asian cuisine cooking demonstrations, food vendors and even a beer garden! Later in the night there’s live music or a DJ spinning some tunes.

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