ediBOL | FREE Mini Miso Peanut Ramen with Entrée Purchase (June 2017)

ediBOL is a fun, friendly neighborhood eatery that serves handcrafted, artisan bowls with fresh, bold flavors made from seasonal and locally sourced ingredients.

Show your DTLA Rendezvous Premium Member card and get a FREE Mini Miso Peanut Ramen with the purchase of 1 entree bowl at ediBOL!
*Limit 1 per person and valid for June 2017.

Click here to sign up for Premium Membership.

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300 South Santa Fe Avenue, Suite Q
Los Angeles, CA 90013
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10am weekend brunch
11am lunch
5pm dinner
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54 Reasons to Shop DTLA!

Brigade LA released its updated field guide to shopping the freshest apparel and accessories in Downtown LA! The map and directory lists the best independent, contemporary apparel and accessories retail that they've hunted down!

For their 7th edition of the map, they have revisited, researched and mapped the best from the Arts District, Little Tokyo, Historic Core, Downtown Center, Fashion District, and South Park. While exploring these stores you will discover great cafés, galleries, spas, restaurants and bars as well as beautiful historic buildings along the way!

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R.A.D.D. Bike Ride & Arts District Neighborhood Watch Walk | Weekly on Wednesday Evenings

On Wednesday, May 29, 2013, DTLA Rendezvous joined residents of the Arts District for the weekly R.A.D.D. (Residents of the Arts District & Downtown) bike ride and walk.  The Arts District Neighborhood Watch Walk was led by resident Scot Ezzell and the R.A.D.D. bike club was led by Melissa Richardson Banks of Downtown Muse.

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The walkers met at Pie Hole at 6:30pm and our first stop was the Traction Triangle at Bloom Square where Sci-Arc's Earthwave Installation was put up just days before.

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We then walked around the neighborhood a bit and saw amazing art all over the walls.  This one (above) was my favorite!  Unfortunately, I wouldn't be able to tell you where this is.

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We met up with the bikers at their meeting spot at 7pm at Eat. Drink. Americano.
When both groups were done with the biking & walking, we all went back to eat, drink, and mingle!

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Bikers led by Melissa Richardson Banks and ready to go!

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After some walking, we somehow met up with the bikers again at Handsome Coffee, where, on Wednesdays from 5-8pm, The Produce Project has their weekly Pop-Up Farmstand bringing in hand selected & locally sourced produce!

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Baskets of olallieberries, raspberries, and mulberries that Melissa purchased and shared with us.  Thank you Melissa!

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Last stop was a special presentation at TRACTIONARTS, a video venue/window on Traction Avenue that features artistic videos that rotate every 2 weeks.  We saw the Childhood Bedroom by Beatriz Cortez.

Join the R.A.D.D. (Residents of the Arts District & Downtown) for a bike ride and the Arts District Neighborhood Watch Walk every Wednesday evening and explore the Downtown LA Arts District!

For more information, check out Downtown Muse's Blog, Event Page, and Facebook page.
Join the FB event here.

For more photos in the gallery for this evening, click here.