Distrito Catorce in Boyle Heights is a melting pot of food, art, community and culture

LOS ANGELES – Boyle Heights features a new restaurant/bar that celebrates local food, art and culture. And the owners say their goal is not only to nourish your body but also to nourish your soul. Named in Spanish for LA City Council District 14, the district in which it is located, Distrito Catorce is a unique concept that allows local street vendors to enter their kitchens to showcase food. and sales.

“They bring food and everything, we just opened our kitchen to help our community,” said Distrito Catorce owner Juan Jose Sanjuan III.

Our customers that there are many talents in this field. “

“The other great thing that I feel we’re doing is that we’re giving our local artists a platform, a place where they can go, they can sell their work, and we doesn’t ask for anything in return” -Guillermo Armando Pion owner. “They can keep all the money.”

Distrito Catorce also has a “community table” to encourage locals and visitors to the area to sit together and share in the community about food and drink.

“We don’t want the city center to be a hub where people feel that they have to come to enjoy themselves, drink good beer, eat well and have a beautiful place,” says Sanjuan. “We want people to know that you have a place here that feels like home.”

Social media links:
Facebook: @ElDistritoCatorce
Instagram: @ElDistritoCatorce Distrito Catorce in Boyle Heights is a melting pot of food, art, community and culture

Dais Johnston

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