Amazing things are always happening here in the Arts District of LA, and ROW DTLA is no exception. Originally a produce warehouse in the 1920's, ROW DTLA has now opened its space to become a creative and cultural space for artists and retailers alike. With over 30 acres dedicated to the arts, ROW DTLA is expecting to house 100 merchants and 15 restaurants. With its opening this past summer, the space has already garnered much attention as the host of the popular weekly market, Smorgasburg. We only expect ROW DTLA grow bigger and better!
Our rooftop dinner against the setting Los Angeles sun was the perfect evening to celebrate the venue. Here's what was on the menu for the night:
BLAT (bacon, lettuce, avocado, tomato, brioche)
grilled watermelon mint halloumi skewers, pomegranate molasses
lamb kofta tzatziki, dill
shredded duck, castelvetrano olive agro dolce, house-made tostada
summer corn, avocado, sungold cherry tomatoes, goat cheese,
arugula, basil, scallion vinaigrette
dukkah crusted bass, cilantro, beet and carrot puree, quinoa,
avocado mousse, radish mango slaw, wild roasted mushrooms
coconut cake, peach ice cream, macerated stonefruit, pistachios, mint
Check out more pictures of this event in our gallery!
Photography by: Katie Gibbs