Traffic and urban commotion converge at central Los Angeles’ main thoroughfare. But Wilshire Boulevard’s central location is also home to an abundance of cultural establishments and famous shopping destinations, making it an exciting neighborhood community.

History of Wilshire Boulevard

Mid-Wilshire earned its nickname, “Miracle Mile” from its history as the first main thoroughfare in Los Angeles that accommodates car traffic, eclectic housing, and Art Deco buildings –from the May Co. Building on the west to the E. Clem Wilson Building on the east –Miracle Mile boasts some of the greatest collections of intact Art Deco architecture in the world.

Following World War II, the area welcomed mid-rise office complexes like the Prudential Building, a massive apartment complex at Park La Brea, and the now-iconic LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) on the district’s western end. With these landmarks still standing and art enthusiasts visiting the area, Wilshire Boulevard’s cultural significance to Los Angeles continues to flourish.

Dining in Wilshire

Shopping and exploring the city’s top-notch art exhibits will surely work up an appetite. Fortunately, Wilshire and its surrounding areas deliver great food options that will satisfy everyone’s cravings.

Owned by actor-turned-restaurateur, Danny Trejo, Trejo’s Tacos is a casual, Mexican-inspired taqueria. Made from locally sourced ingredients, its menu of 10 different taco options includes steak asada tacos and blackened salmon taco, which all can be served with Trejo’s signature hot sauce. 

Tucked inside Wilshire Hotel’s rooftop terrace is The Roof on Willshire, offering visitors a respite from the city’s hustle and bustle. Diners can enjoy The Next Iron Chef contestant, Eric Greenspan’s inventive menu featuring dishes such as pancake lasagna (layers of pancakes, scrambled eggs, crumbled sausage and bacon, and maple bechamel) and goat cheese polenta and pear pie – all served alongside 360-degree views of the city.

A great date or brunch spot, République, is a French café by day and restaurant by night. Despite its French point of view, the menu features new American and Asian influences, creating a unique dining experience. In addition to breads and pastries that will transport diners to the streets of Paris, standout dishes include Butternut Squash Agnolotti and Red Wine Braised Beef Short Rib.


L.A.’s shopping scene is glitzy and luxurious, fun and eclectic. With its generous offering of luxury boutiques and one-of-a-kind retailers, shopping here can easily be a sport and a pastime. 

Rodeo Drive is L.A.’s most famous shopping destination. High-end brands can be found on the 2-mile street flanked by well-kept sidewalks and lush flowerbeds. Prada, Hermès, Lanvin, and Dolce & Gabbana are just some of the high fashion houses that call Rodeo Drive home. 

Two Rodeo Drive is a piazza with cobblestone walkways overlooking a fountain, exuding European charm. This luxury retail destination houses more than 30 boutiques, including Stefano Ricci, Versace, and Porsche Design.

La Brea Avenue is an artsy shopping strip anchored by American Rag. Here, shoppers can find urban antique stores, vintage clothiers, furniture galleries, and shops dealing Art Deco, arts and crafts, and 1950s modern items. 

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