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Pikunico – Japanese Fried Chicken at the ROW in Downtown Los Angeles

 

Pikunico is a Japanese style fried chicken restaurant that opened just recently at the ROW in Downtown Los Angeles. Their menu includes free range, gluten-free fried chicken with Japanese seasoning along with other Japanese comfort foods. The freshness is delicious and all ingredients are locally sourced! Besides the famous Japanese fried chicken they serve sandwiches, rice bowls and salads.

Pikunco is part of The ROW in Downtown LA, a historic district which has been thoughtfully reimagined for creative space, retail and art. Formerly these buildings were known as the LA Terminal Market, which was built in 1917-1923 along the Pacific Railroad and was the wholesale and distribution site for produce. The ROW sits on 23 acres of land and is slowly converting the buildings into dining, creative spaces, shops and ateliers. Its a gathering place for everyone and with the growing popularity of living in Downtown LA it comes at a great time. On weekends you’ll see a lot of families meandering around and enjoying the old buildings mixed with plaza like lounging.

Each Sunday the ROW also becomes home to the popular Smorgasburg market, which is a pop up location for local food, lifestyle, vendors and artisans. A farmers market in a sense, but with cultural events, themed pop-ups and other weekly surprises that make each Smorgasburg event unique.

Pikinico
767 South Alameda Street, Suite 122, Los Angeles CA 90021
Phone: (213) 278-0407
11am – 6pm Daily
Parking: 2 hours free with validation. There is a large parking structure (with planted facade!) at the entrance to the ROW.

 

 


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