Bamboo Plaza Parking Structure located at 988 N. Hill Street will be open until 1am in consideration for participants for the Chinatown Summer Nights events. Parking entrance is on Bernard Street.
Blossom Plaza Parking Garage
Parking Garage hours during Chinatown Summer Nights is 4pm-2am. The City’s Blossom Plaza Parking facility will serve the needs of the Gold Line Station transit users, patrons and employees of Blossom Plaza’s retail and commercial space and the visitors and residents of the Chinatown community. Regular hours of operation will be from 8a.m thru midnight.
- $1.00 per hour for the Frist 2 hours
- $2.00 for the 3rd hour
- $1.00 each 30 minutes thereafter
- $8.00 Daily Maximum
- $3.00 Flat Rate after 6:00 p.m.
- $2.00 Daily Rate for Transit Users with Validation.
Please be understanding and patient as the City’s Blossom Plaza Parking Facility commences operations and we work through the initial start-up and glitches. Enjoy your time in Chinatown and be safe.
Enjoy the event hassle free with a ride from Uber! Our designated Drop off/Pick Up zone at Mandarin Plaza will feature live music, refreshing drinks, and awesome food! Just follow the search light and take it easy with Uber.
978 N Broadway
Los Angeles CA 90012
Water Refilling Station
Help Chinatown Summer Nights minimize our environmental footprint! Filtered water refilling stations will be available at the event to reuse and reduce plastic waste. Do your part to help us do our part!
Fong’s, which was one of Chung King Road’s oldest shops, has moved to the courtyard of the Best Western Dragon Gate Inn located at 818 North Hill Street. Opened in 1952 by Gim Fong, the shop was recognized by its large red neon sign, and stands out as a piece of Chinatown history. Run by four generations of Fongs, the store also plays a part in the familial history and literature of acclaimed writer Lisa See. When Gim Fong died, realizing the historical significance of the shop, the family made it a priority to keep Fong’s open. In 2006 Gim’s nephew, Mason Fong, an artist who graduated from Otis College of Art & Design, took over the helm. The shop sells a unique mixture of Asian imports, jewelry, antiques, books and miniatures that you will not find in other Chinatown shops. We are offering 20% off your entire purchase all day Saturday! We will be open to 10pm (maybe later). 818 North Hill Street
Ling’s Market has reopened as a full craft wine & beer shop on historic Chung King Road, in Chinatown Los Angeles, amidst contemporary art galleries and traditional Chinese antique/gift shops. Once a general store run by the Ling family, from the 70′s until the late 90′s, Ling’s re-emerged in late 2013 at its original location with an emphasis on carefully selected craft wine and beer.
Tucked away on Chung King Road, and a short walk from the Chinatown Plaza, Ling’s Market is proud to be known as “the most clandestine wine shop in Los Angeles”.
974 Chung King Road
Celebrating 8 years in Los Angeles. We offer authentic Cantonese cuisine made from fresh ingredients prepared by our skilled staff. Our prices are reasonable. With over 200 dishes, we are sure everyone will find something to love about Master Chef Restaurant. Come and try something new or return for your favorites! 937 N. Hill Street
Famous for their fresh strawberry whipped cream cake, Phoenix Bakery has been creating delectable cakes and pastries since 1938. Phoenix Bakery specializes in birthday cakes while providing for weddings and quinceanera as well. Our wide variety of pastries including eclairs, tarts, and traditional Chinese desserts are perfect for everyday temptations and may be ordered for special events. We invite you to come experience a part of our history and we guarantee to help satisfy your sweet tooth! Souvenir Phoenix Bakery cake knifes included with all cake purchases.
Phoebix Bakery will be extending hours until 8:30pm for Chinatown Summer Nights. 969 N Broadway
Scoops is an ice cream shop with an ever rotating selection of flavors. Founder and chef, Tai Kim, has created over 5,000 flavors and won multiple awards since opening his first shop over 11 years ago. Scoops Chinatown has been providing ice cream, including its signature flavor Bianco Bread, to the Chinatown community for two years now and is located in the Far East Plaza.