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Shopping in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles

Top shopping recommendations from locals

Stationery Store
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“A cute boutique in Little Tokyo that sells cute things, accessories, and clothing. ”
  • 23 locals recommend
Furniture / Home Store
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“Why waste travel time when you can snag a vintage Porsche, Warby Parker frames, a diminutive potted cactus and a Clare V. wallet with just a few standing pivots in this new-breed boutique? Co-owner Raan Parton also owns men’s clothing and accessories store Apolis, a few doors down, with his brother, Shea Parton, where their global advocacy and environmental concerns are woven into the casual-cool aesthetic. 826 E. 3rd St., alchemyworks.us”
  • 10 locals recommend
Men's Store
“Be sure to explore the area! Tons of other shops, galleries and graffiti covered warehouses. ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Bookstore
“This is a great bookstore full of art and design books. You could browse here for hours. ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Men's Store
“WITTMORE is a modern and approachable lifestyle shop, offering clean, smartly edited clothing, accessories, grooming supplies and gifts from brands with a global perspective. WITTMORE strives to be a forward-thinking hub celebrating timeless style and design, driving forward into new and exciting areas of fashion, design, art, and culture. WITTMORE showcases the sensibility, personal style, and marketplace knowledge of its founder, Paul C Witt.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“This 15,000 square foot warehouse carries an eclectic mix of brands including Commes Des Garcons, Sophie Bahai, Eckhaus Latta, etc. and also has a cafe with an outdoor terrace. The industrial-futuristic architectural modules throughout—white and silver in varying textures and shapes—were designed by Rei Kawakubo herself. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Clothing Store
  • 2 locals recommend
Clothing Store
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  • 1 local recommends
Speakeasy
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“Staci Woo and husband Mike Badt moved their wholesale clothing design studio to this warehouse in 2007. “We always knew the front would be good for retail,” Ms. Woo said, “but the neighborhood wasn’t ready.” A few years ago, it was, and Woo Souvenir Shop (now House of Woo) opened, with an evolving mix, from cashmere undies and floaty dresses to baby clothes and vintage finds (need a Cameroonian feather headdress?). 209 S. Garey St., Ilovewoo.com ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Convenience Store
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  • 1 local recommends
Bookstore
“Eclectic selection of art, books, and clothes, and music. Definitely a community hub.”
  • 1 local recommends
Book Store
“This cozy book store sells poetry, magazines, and comics. It's a cute neighborhood bookstore where a lot of creative types hang out. They also have a good selection of literature for book worms. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Art Gallery
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Clothing Store
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Thrift / Vintage Store
“he Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles, one of the hottest neighborhoods in the DTLA area. From the area’s beginnings as Jean-Louis Vigne’s vineyard to an orchard growing mostly oranges and grapefruit, by the late 1800s it became an industrial center for railroads and manufacturing. Eventually, the railroads gave way to the trucking industry and industry moved to other L.A. County areas like Commerce in order to build larger buildings to accommodate their growing businesses. In the 1970s, artists braved dangerous conditions and began to occupy the area’s dilapidated buildings, having been priced out of areas such as Venice and Hollywood. You can take the Metro from Santa Monica 4th St”
  • 1 local recommends
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Clothing Store
  • 1 local recommends