Carli's Jr. in Koreatown

Carl’s Jr. on Western

Address: 501 S Western Ave
Phone Number: 213-383-3401

Poorly rated location of the American burger chain Carl’s Jr.

This branch is open 24 hours a day and has a drive-thru.

Denny's by the Wiltern

Denny’s – Wilshire

Address: 3750 Wilshire Blvd
Phone Number: 213-384-1621

American diner chain on Wilshire & Oxford across the street from CVS

IHOP smile light sign

IHOP on 6th Street

Address: 3165 W 6th St
Phone Number: (213) 388-7770

Open 24 hours serving pancakes / hotcakes.

Denny’s – Vermont

Address: 635 S Vermont Ave
Phone Number: (213) 386-3427

American diner chain located on Vermont, just north of Wilshire. The other Denny’s in Koreatown is located on Wilshire & Oxford, a block east of Western. The lot was sold to developers in April 2015 at a price of approximately $ 11,500,000. MAY 2019 Crepe Creations: “Truly Authentic” French Crepes “New & Improved Premium” Chicken Tenders with 10 dipping sauces to choose from In February 2016, Denny’s settled mid-trial in a racism case, which involved a black couple being asked by a manager to pre-pay for their order at this location.

Carl’s Jr. on 6th Street

Address: 3005 W 6th St
Phone Number: 213-380-4255

This is the Carl’s Jr location just east of Koreatown’s formal borders. American chain restaurant with a drive thru that purports to be open 24 hours. The place itself closes by 11:00 pm.

Jollibee Filipino Restaurant Chain

Jollibee on Beverly

Address: 3821 Beverly Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 906-8617

Filipino fast-food chain restaurant with many outlets around the world. This branch on Beverly Boulevard is just northeast of Koreatown proper. (Yelp refers to this area as East Hollywood.)

Sushi Revolving Bar

Gatten Sushi – Closed

Address: 3785 Wilshire Blvd
Phone Number: (213) 388-1620

Gatten Sushi was on the ground floor of the Solair Building by the Metro subway station across from the Wiltern Theatre. It closed in late October 2015. Part of a poorly rated revolving-sushi restaurant franchise that has locations in Irvine, Rowland Heights, and Cerritos. Soft-opened on March 4, 2013, with items ranging from $1.50 to 5 dollars each.

In 2010, the Los Angeles City Council formally declared Koreatown's borders as Western Avenue, Olympic Boulevard, Vermont Avenue, and 3rd Street, with a business corridor on Western from 3rd to Rosewood Avenue.