IN THE HOOD: 1810 IN DTLA

unnamed-9 Photographs + Words by Kaley Giovinazzo

One of our favorite spots in DTLA is 1810, which takes its name from the year in which the first steps towards Argentinian independence took place. Opened on only a few months ago on 9th street, just around the corner from OAK, 1810 serves up a variety of Argentinian staples like empanadas and beef dishes, and we love its minimalist interiors.

What: 1810
Where: 105 W 9th Street
When: Monday – Thursday 11 AM – 10 PM, Friday – Sunday 11 AM – 11 PM
Why: Great Argentinian food with a minimalist decor

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