Lush Scenery 2451 Hidalgo Ave, Los Angeles, CA90039 Lush Scenery is owned and operated by David and Marion Dies, professional artists who create commissioned murals and…More large-scale paintings for private homes, retail spaces, hotels and casinos, commercial spaces and more. Lush Scenery works closely with the client on all projects to ensure a desired outcome. Lush Scenery has painted murals for a number of movie sets, including sets for The Insider, Princess Diaries II, The Last Samurai, Wild Wild West and Skeleton Key. Visit its website for answers to frequently asked questions, view a photo archive of paintings and murals and read details on the painting and preliminary processes.
J Enterprises LTD 837 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA90012 J Enterprises LTD, also known as JW Gift Shop, is located in Phuoc Loc Thu Center on North Spring Street in Chinatown…More in downtown Los Angeles. It offers an array of gifts and trickets, from candles, Zen necklaces and beads to wall murals, bamboo partitions, stuffed animals and cotton candy. All products are sold at affordable prices.
Betabel Co. 861 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA90012 Betabel Co., located in "The Shop" on Chinatown's South Spring Street, offers women's clothes at wholesale prices,…More including blouses, skirts, scarves, jewelry and undergarments. There are also plenty of home-decor items, like wind chimes, glass statues and wall murals.
Two Boots 1818 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90026 Two Boots is a late-night pizza haven on W Sunset Blvd in historic Echo Park. Located right next to the Echo, a popular…More independent music venue, Two Boots gets a lot of foot traffic in the evening, which is why it's only open for dinner and late-night snacks during the week. Two Boots touts its pizza as a blend of Italian tradition and Louisiana character; specialty pies sport names like The Dude and Bayou Beast, with odd toppings like crawfish and red pepper pesto. The restaurant's interior goes along with the pop culture aesthetic; a giant mural with dozens of cartoon characters and comic book heroes stretches along an entire wall. If you're dining in, be sure to queue a song up on the free jukebox.