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

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

As a Los Angeles native, my favorite thing about this town is the diversity. Los Angeles is a cultural and cultural hub which allows us to have use of wonderful art museums, musical venues, and my personal favorite, delicious food! I am known into the office for being a food aficionado and am constantly surprised by what Los Angeles as well as the local USC neighborhood has to supply 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 across the world including my two favorites, Chichen Itza, which offers food from the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, and Mo-Chica which features gourmet Peruvian meals at a price that is reasonable. Mo restaurant that is best in l . a . by LA Magazine in 2010. This marketplace is a gem that is hidden our community.

Every summer time, once per week, our admission counselors take a lunch that is long a neighborhood restaurant and then explore what our community needs to provide by visiting local museums and galleries. A year ago one of the primary hits had been the 23rd Street Café that will be accessible utilising the USC Tram. It’s a fusion of Indian-Mexican meals, with a few of the most mouthwatering chicken tikka masala quesadillas.

Chano’s, a USC institution, is located a brief walk from campus. […]