Local Cuisine. Today’s blog post is delivered by one of our admission counselors, Alejandra.

Local Cuisine. Today’s blog post is delivered by one of our admission counselors, Alejandra.

As a Los Angeles native, my thing that is favorite about town is the diversity. Los Angeles is an ethnic and cultural hub which allows us to have use of wonderful art museums, musical venues, and my own favorite, delicious food! I am known in the office if you are a food aficionado and am constantly surprised by what Los Angeles while the USC that is local neighborhood to provide in this regard.

One of my favorite USC neighborhood establishments is Mercado La Paloma (The Dove Market), a food that is mini within walking distance of campus. La Paloma features cuisines from throughout the world including my two favorites, Chichen Itza, which offers food from the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, and Mo-Chica which features premium Peruvian meals at a price that is reasonable. Mo-Chica had been voted 4th best restaurant in l . a . by LA Magazine in 2010. This marketplace is unquestionably a gem that is hidden our community.

Every summer, once every seven days, our admission counselors have a long lunch at a local restaurant then explore what our community has to offer by visiting local galleries and museums. A year ago one of the primary hits ended up being the 23rd Street Café which can be accessible using the USC Tram. It really is a fusion of Indian-Mexican meals, with a few of the most chicken that is mouthwatering masala quesadillas.

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