LA State Historic Park
Where we've featured it
Open only since 2017, LA State Historic Park is one of the city’s newest parks and also one of our best. With over 32 acres, this Chinatown-adjacent park boasts an orange grove, event spaces, unobstructed views of the Downtown skyline, and massive tracts of grass perfect for picnics. With the heart of Chinatown only a few blocks away, you have countless pick-up meal options, but we love Pearl River Deli for its Hainan chicken, Wax Paper’s sandwiches, the Filipino rotisserie chicken and pork belly at Lasita, and the num pang at Gamboge in Lincoln Heights.