Huron Substation

Huron Substation

Northeast Los Angeles
  • Cultural & Historical
Recommended for: Local Flavor

The Los Angeles Railway Huron Substation is a historic cultural monument because it is the second oldest surviving substation in a system that powered the "Yellow Cars" trolleys in the dawning days of the 20th century. The site with its raw brick walls, soaring ceiling and outdoor garden is a favorite for weddings, fashion photo shoots, TV series and films.

Huron Substation, Huron Street, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Stay On Main
3.9 km
Stay On Main

  • Hostel
  • LGBTQ-friendly
MiIlennium Biltmore Hotel

  • Historic Hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly
Hilton Checkers

  • International brand
  • LGBTQ-friendly
Chego
2.3 km
Chego

  • Casual
  • Asian fusion
Guerilla Tacos

  • Food truck
  • Mexican
Church & State

  • CafĂ© or Bistro
  • French
Blue Whale
2.9 km
Blue Whale

  • Music Venue
  • LGBTQ-friendly
3.6 km
Precinct
1 review

The upscale Precinct is in the forefront of new gay bars moving into downtown. Despite the police theme, it has a relaxed mood and a large dance floor drawing a mix of locals and tourists. With big screens...
  • Nightclub
  • LGBTQ-friendly

With a loyal local and Latin clientele, the New Jalisco Bar is a downtown institution known for its cheap drinks, drag shows and wild dancing. Happy Hour is 1 pm to 7 pm, Monday to Thursday, with a bucket of...
  • Bar
  • For Men