Los Angeles Ktown Walking Tour: 8th Street (Oaxaca in Koreatown)

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Alchemist Coffee Project

698 Vermont Ave #103 · Los Angeles, CA

How to find us

Josie and Elad will be inside Alchemist at 9:45 am. (213) 536-9270-text or call. Street parking should be easier on a Sunday. Don't park in the parking lot for the coffee shop.

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Details

Who knew we could experience Oaxaca, Mexico in Korea Town! Let's taste and explore this rich food and culture through exploring the markets, street food, and the people. COST: $15/person :-) for the tour(food not included)This tour will be offered on Sundays 2/10 & 2/17

To Register & RSVP:

Go to: https://www.1hupe.org/donate

After $15 donation. RSVP on the meetup page. **Send us a message saying which tour/date you are signing up for because sometimes the notifications don't come through. You are NOT confirmed until payment.

There is a big Latino, especially Oaxacan(a region in Mexico famous for its moles, herbs, and cheese..etc) influence on 8th Street.You might have heard of the famous Guelaguetza Oaxacan Restaurant in Korea Town which is housed in a traditional Korean style building on Olympic Blvd.

That is Los Angeles K-Town in a nutshell where different cultures mingle and enrich each other. So, let's look at the 8th street's vibrant sidewalk scene with all types of people doing business, working, eating, and enjoying their lives!

We will check out Korean restaurants and hidden cafe, rice cake store; Oaxacan markets, eateries, Oaxacan/Mexican street food, drinks, desserts, and much much more! We shall explore, experiment, and have a lot of fun!

Bring cash since we will be eating mainly from the street food vendors but will end up at a cute hidden Korean cafe where we can get drinks and food.

We'll meet at Alchemist Coffee Project, get caffeined up, do intro, and start exploring!!

**Remember to wear comfortable clothing, walking shoes, and good sun protection! This street is very sunny when it's not raining. I even plan to bring a sunbrella! See you soon ;-)

PARKING: Sunday easier street parking. Park anywhere along our route so you can get back to your car from around 8th and Hobart street. Don't park in the parking lot for the coffee shop since it's only an hour parking.

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