Row DTLA
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Four hours in Row DTLA

Still Life Ceramics at Row DTLA offers ceramics classes as well as finished products.

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Row DTLA houses a wide selection of independent stores, restaurants, offices and work spaces as well as the “Smorgasburg” food fair on Sundays.

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Tartine Manufactory, an enormous umbrella space at the Row DTLA, houses several restaurants, a store and a walk up coffee and ice cream counter. 

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Dmitriy Gavryushkin poses for a photo at “Smorgasburg” at the Row DTLA. The outdoor food event takes place every Sunday. 

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The area outside of  Tartine Bianco, one of The Manufactory’s restaurants at the ROW DTLA, features ample seating and places to congregate.

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Julie Devine, The Market cheese monger, poses for a portrait with the cheeses she selected and arranged, at The Manufactory.

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A few dishes from The Market at The Manufactory, a collective space of two restaurants, one goods’ market, and a cafe, at the ROW DTLA.

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Coffee, ice cream and pastries are available at the walk up window at The Manufactory.

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Miriam Yoo, owner of Flask and Field at the Row DTLA, enjoys a tasting with Matthew Alper, right, owner and founder of Mulholland Distilling. 

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Preston Lam, left, and Pratiti Shah, right, enjoy a late lunch at “Smorgasburg” at the Row DTLA. 

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An unmarked entrance leads to Bodega, an indie shoe and clothing showroom at the Row DTLA.

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A faux bodega inside Bodega at the Row DTLA.

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Customers sign up for a lottery to purchase limited edition shoes at Bodega. 

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Still Life Ceramics at the Row DTLA offers ceramics classes as well as finished products. 

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Instructor Francis River guides Camille Goldman at Still Life Ceramics at the Row DTLA. The workshop offers classes, studio time and ceramics for sale. 

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Still Life Ceramics at the Row DTLA. 

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Sean Bartholomew massages Anita Arze with heated stones to simulate the lymphatic system at Bartholomew Method at the Row DTLA.

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The wholistic therapy incorporates herbal heat wraps, reflexology, effleurage and lymphatic drainage detoxification.

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An oversized chess set draws players at the Row DTLA. 

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Visitors snap photos at the Row DTLA. 

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A wet Sunday didn’t keep crowds away from the Smorgasburg food fair at the Row DTLA. 

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