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Team Challenge Game in Downtown LA
"Race to save Los Angeles from a deadly outbreak of the “playgue”. This off-beat game is played by teams of 2-4 people. Armed with only your wits and your cell phones you will try to help a team of completely inept scientists discover the cure to a mysterious disease known as “the playgue”.As you travel to different outbreaks within a 4 block radius (starting at Central Library in downtown Los Angeles) be prepared to solve scavenger hunt questions pub-style trivia and brain puzzles at each location to earn points. Points earned are lives saved. Your entire team must work together using their collective knowledge and the ability to find all of the world’s information on their mobile phones.The game permits as long as it is during daylight hours."""
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Half Day Hollywood and Beverly Hills Tour
"This tour is quite unique and will allow guest passengers flexibility of time in the maximum comfort and enjoyment of their ride through Hollywood and Beverly Hills. After meeting at the departure point you will go through Hollywood Boulevard over onto the famed Sunset Strip and Santa Monica Boulevard and finally through Beverly Hills to your destination on Rodeo Drive. There you will enjoy world-class shopping and dining for approximately 90-minutes before re-boarding for the return of the tour through West Hollywood and other Hollywood Areas. You will also receive discounts at select restaurants and cafes as well as shoppin the chauffeur will take the best route available for maximum sightseeing and enjoyment and comfort.""""Enjoy this unique experience in an open-air
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Mt Wilson Mountain Bike Enduro Day
"The Mt Wilson Mountain Bike Enduro Day is set up for the mountain biker who has ridden before and is looking for an alternative to the crowded and expensive mountain bike parks. Small pods of riders (5 or more) join forces and ride set trails together: C Charlton Flats to Upper Big Tujunga Mountain Road and Red Box to Switzers. The last ride is from Eaton Saddle back to the original pick up area. Plan on 6+ hours of bike time. The routes are all single-track except on the last ride back to your car; wher waiver up and meet your driver Bicycle safety checks 10 AM - Board vehicle and depart for first drop-off During ride up your driver will provide safety brief and provide basic info on important landmarks and bail outs 11 AM - 1st drop-in riding starts Typical Trails (varies depending on season and rider's desires + ability)Christian Camp to around trees roots and rocks. To keep it interesting Mother Nature punctuated the trails with a few ups - short ones - to encourage riders to keep their momentum up. The last section is very switch-backy and rocky. Before you know it
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Cole's is the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Los Angeles. From 1908, Cole's menu is simple - French Dip sandwiches - just choose the kind of meat and maybe a side dish, and that's it. No...
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Jan 20, 2009


Before leaving Los Angeles, Sony and I decided to have lunch at a little spot in downtown LA's fashion district called Cole's that is famous for it's French Dip sandwich which originated in 1908. The...
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Nov 06, 2009

Coles PE Buffet - Coles claims...

Coles PE Buffet - Coles claims to be the inventor of the French Dip Sandwich in 1908 and is the oldest restaurant in LA. Don't expect anything fancy here, but it is definately unique. This is the...
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Aug 26, 2002

Coles PE Buffet

Cole's is said to be the place which originated the French Dip Sandwich.A French Dip involves tipping the french rolls in the meat juice so the bread would not be so hard. In April 1908, Henry Cole...
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Feb 13, 2005


This is a great old restaurant, the likes of which one almost never finds in, and does not generally associate with, Southern California. It has been in business since 1908 and has the old-style early...
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Mar 30, 2012

Cole's PE Buffet (French Dip)

My wife and I each had a beef french dip. What a joke! The meat tasted boiled rather than roasted - no flavor. There were chunks of beef fat on the sandwich. Very little meat, barely enough to cover...
Dec 13, 2008

Cole's P&E Buffet

Ok,many out of towners tell me that L.A. has no history etc,well,tucked in the heart of downtown is Cole's P&E Buffet.The name is significant because it is in the old Pacific Electric...
Jun 26, 2003
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Pershing Square

Pershing Square rather unsurprisingly is next to the Pershing Square Metro Station. In 1866 the site currently known as Pershing Square was dedicated as a public square by Mayor Cristobal Aguilar. ...
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Angel's Flight

Angeles Flight was built by Olivet and Sinai as a funicular railway in 1901 to carter to its wealthy passengers who lived up and above in the Bunker Hill. It was billed as the Shortest railway in the...
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Bradbury Building

This is a beautiful, well-known landmark in downtown Los Angeles. The building is lovely and worth a visit for itself, especially the inside, and visitors are free to roam the lobby and stairs, but...
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Grand Central Market

To get to Grand Central Market take the red metro line to Pershing Square Station. The market is opposite the Angels Flight railway. Grand Central Market has food stalls and cafes and bars. It dates...
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Central Library - Los Angeles Public Library

I visited the Central Library, renamed for LA mayor Richard Riordan in 2001, on the LA Conservancy Historic Core tour but if you want a more in depth look at the history and architecture, our guide...
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Little Tokyo

Have some real-deal sushi and see a prettier part of Los Angeles- in Little Tokyo, established in 1942. Nestled just east of the hustle and bustle of downtown is the enclave that many...
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Getting to Cole's


118 East Sixth Street


  • Sunday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Monday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Tuesday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Wednesday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Thursday 11:00 to 23:00
  • Friday 11:00 to 01:00
  • Saturday 11:00 to 01:00