Union Station Tour – Places to Eat

You walk, you ride – you get hungry…

The following is a short list of restaurants, coffee shops and snack bars convenient to the Union Station tour route. 

While WalknRideLA doesn’t rate eateries we’ll do our best to provide guidelines on cost; whether they’re open for breakfast (B), lunch (L) or dinner (D) hours; are open on weekends (W); and price ranges and notes.

Price per person:

  • $ – Inexpensive, $10 and under
  • $$ – Moderate, $11 – $20
  • $$$ – More expensive, over $20

The list is by no means exhaustive. Links are provided where available. Restaurants are listed alphabetically beneath their closest numbered tour stop.

1. Union Station

  • Famima!! Convenience store – Snacks, packaged sandwiches, coffee. East end of Union Station Terminal. 213-613-1433. B/L/D; W; $
  • See’s Candies. Chocolates, fudge. East end of Union Station Terminal. B/L/D: W; $  
  • Starbuck’s Coffee. Coffee, tea, sandwiches, pastries. East end of Union Station Terminal. 213-621-2862. B/L/D: W; $ 
  • Subway. Sub sandwiches. East end of Union Station Terminal. 213-687-6687. B/L/D; W; $
  • Traxx. Full service restaurant. West end of Union Station Terminal. 213-625-1999. L/D; Dinner only on Saturdays; Closed Sundays.  L-$$; D-$$$
  • Union Bagel. Bagels, bagel sandwiches, pastries, coffee. West end of the Union Station Terminal. 213-625-3734. B/L/D; W; $
  • Wetzels Pretzels. Pretzels and hot dogs. East end of Union Station Terminal. B/L/D; W; $

3. MTA Buildling

  • Metro Café. Cafeteria fare. MTA Building. One Gateway Plaza. B/L; $

6. United States Post Office Terminal Annex

  • Philippe The Original. “French Dipped” sandwiches, salads, full breakfast menu. 1001 N. Alameda Street. 213-628-3781. B/L/D; W; $

17. Olvera Street

  • La Golondrina Mexican Cafe. Traditional Mexican fare. 17 Olvera Street. 213-628-4349. L/D; W; $$


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