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Frieze Los Angeles

February 14 – 16, 2020

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Freehand Los Angeles

416 W. 8th St
90014 Los Angeles
Historically unique, distinctively local in the heart of Downton LA, with a community driven atmosphere

Historically unique, distinctively local in the heart of Downton LA, with a community driven atmosphere. 

Freehand Los Angeles combines innovative design, award-winning food and beverage, and a community driven atmosphere designed by Roman and Williams. Experientially centered, Freehand invites guests to interact with each other and the community. Underneath the 12-foot restored blade sign, the menu at The Exchange by Chef Alex Chang, explores the multi-cultural flavors of urban LA through an Israeli lens while Rudolph’s Bar and Tea pays offers a menu built around tea-infused cocktails, full tea service and light bites. James Beard award finalist, Broken Shaker brings the flavors of the beach to the center of LA, infusing good-vibes-only into the spirit of Freehand Los Angeles.

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