Way too much time has passed since we’ve found ourselves walking up Broadway in Lincoln Heights – at the time, not entirely sure of where we were headed, but in the moment just really enjoying the not-to-hot weather & pretty view of downtown.
Never ones to stick with old routines & since our last adventure took us up Broadway hill & then down into Lincoln Heights Park – where we discovered an art show- we decided to walk a different route this time.
Lincoln Park art on display within the park.
Some changes since our last adventure (different sandals for one)- & more friendly faces walking around.
Love the gorgeous architecture all around Broadway.
The oldest neighborhood in Los Angeles is growing & now they have a farmers market.
Wall sprinkling of hearts…
Lincoln Heights Farmers Market starts at 3pm every Wednesday.
You can get your bike repaired at the market!
Handcrafted silver jewelry spotted at the Lincoln Heights farmers market.
Ever heard of L.A. Kitchen?
Located in Lincoln Heights- their belief is that, “neither food, nor people should ever go to waste”. We agree.
Street art spotted
We’re total suckers for old Chinese bakeries. Having learned recently that our parents made up pastry names growing up, we still love ordering “chicken tails”.
Ever tried one?
Who doesn’t love a salmon & orange colored wall?
We saved the best for last… Metro has a Lincoln Heights stop off the gold line.
No excuses now, folks.