Famous locally not for the chicken, but for the architectural style of its building. In 1990, Kentucky Fried Chicken (now KFC) opened an outlet in the “programmatic” architectural style on Western Avenue, just north of Beverly. Restaurants shaped like chicken buckets are rare, as increasingly are images of KFC’s founder Col. Harlan Sanders. There have been at least two fires at this location in the last decade. Usual business hours: 11am – 11pm APRIL 2019: Fried Chicken & Waffles Fall 2018 Limited Time Deal 10pc Feast for $19.99 Also on the menu: Chicken Littles (Nashville Hot, Georgia Gold, Smoky Mountain BBQ, Extra Crispy) Chicken Sandwiches, Tenders, Potato Wedges, Biscuits, Drumsticks, Thighs, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Cole Slaw 08/10/2016 96.0 RESTAURANT […]
The Langham Apartments is managed by The Swel Group.
Built in 1924 by JB Lilly and PB Fletcher, the Gaylord buiding was named after real-estate mogul Henry Gaylord Wilshire. It is a 13-story Italian Renaissance building across from where the Ambassador Hotel and Cocoanut Grove used to be. To the direct west of the Gaylord is the Brown Derby Plaza. HMS Bounty restaurant is located on the 1st floor. The nearest metro stop is at Wilshire & Normandie.
KORYOSA (Koryo Temple) at one point had 3,000 members. The building was once a social hall for Czech-Americans. Transit: Western / Maplewood
Thalmasah = Dalmasa = Dharma Temple Located in the southwest area of Koreatown, “Tahl Ma Sa” is a modest Buddhist shrine with a main hall for prayer, a small bell pavilion, and small Buddha statues. *This is a quiet, private Buddhist meeting place for traditional Koreans. Please do not disturb the elders unnecessarily.
Listed in the UC Berkley report as one of the city’s pre-1976 concrete buildings likely to be vulnerable during an earthquake.
Koreatown Senior Citizen & Community Center, located behind the Dawooljong Gazebo on Olympic & Normandie.
Emmanuel Presbyterian is a Gothic church prominently occupying 42,000 square feet on Wilshire Boulevard by Catalina Avenue.