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Los Angeles City Hall

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200 N Spring St Los Angeles CA 90012
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(213) 485-2121
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Located in the heart of the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas, the Fremont Hotel & Casino offers a comfortable stay and lively entertainment.BOYDGAMINGMAKE IT AN OCCASION TO REMEMBER!

Los Angeles City Hall, completed 1928, is the center of the government of the city of Los Angeles, California, and houses the mayor's office and the meeting chambers and offices of the Los Angeles City Council. It is located in the Civic Center district of downtown Los Angeles in the city block bounded by Main, Temple, First, and Spring streets.HistoryThe building was designed by John...

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When it opened in 1956, the Fremont was the first high-rise in Downtown Las Vegas. Wayne Newton got his start here, singing in the now-defunct Carousel Showroom. Step just outside the front door, and there you are, in the Fremont Street Experience. Rooms are larger (the bathrooms, however, are the opposite of "large") and more comfortable than you might expect. (Though, up until midnight, you...

This 32,000-square-foot casino -- it's much bigger than it initially looks -- offers a relaxed atmosphere. In some ways, it's more comfortable gambling here than on the Strip, possibly in part because the beautiful people don't bother with places like this. But lots of other people do, and so it can be more crowded than other Downtown casinos, even during the day. Low gambling limits ($5...

Built in 1928, the 27-story Los Angeles City Hall was the tallest building in the city for more than 30 years. The structure's distinctive ziggurat tower was designed to resemble the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The building has been featured in numerous films and television shows, but it is probably best known as the headquarters of the Daily...

Seen in countless movies and TV shows, it's an instantly recognizable icon.

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A team of architects designed the space in a neo-Romanesque style and made it one of the first structures in Southern California to use a terra-cotta façade. Completed...

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Strolled into Tony's as we visited the Fremont Street experience. There was a wait. ..always a good sign in my opinion. Given a ticket and seated quickly. Great vibe in the restaurant. Waiter was polite and efficient. Brought water. Good choice of meals. Burgers good...

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Looking for a good inexpensive meal this is the place to go. We had the prime rib special twice while in Las Vegas, $8.99 prime rib from 4:30 PM till 6:39 PM. Can t beat that price for a good dinner.
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At one point Tony Roma's was one of the best rib chains in the US, but many have closed over the past few decades. This one remains and always offers a solid serving of Baby Back Ribs.

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It would be helpful if this Tony Roma could better train their wait staff to handle busy times more professionally. The food was good, but the experience we had in the entire restaurant makes me not want to visit again.
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Called in here while visiting the Freemont Street experience. I was tempted by the steak and lobster advertised on the board outside. It was very busy so we had a drink at the bar while waiting half an hour. The menu has its of choices...

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Located in the heart of the Fremont Street Experience, this hotel is a 5-minute drive to Las Vegas Premium Outlets and 10 minutes to The Strip.

Los Angeles City Hall is located at 200 N Spring St # 163, Los Angeles, CA. This location is in the Downtown Los Angeles neighborhood. This business specializes in Government.

The City of Los Angeles Office of the Mayor governs the city council and its various departments, administers law and order and provides protection services to residents. The additional services offered by the mayor s office include community development programs, infrastructure improvement initiatives, and affordable housing and shelter support. It also undertakes youth programs and special...

After an impressive seismic rehabilitation, completed in 2001, the beloved 28-story landmark can withstand an earthquake up to magnitude 8.

City of Los Angeles Historic Resources Survey www.MyHistoricLA.org

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The Freemont prominently displays signs boasting meal specials in its 24-hour Lanai Cafe, a good choice for a late-night breakfast.

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Fans of early science fiction will remember when City Hall fell prey to the alien menace in the original movie adaptation of H.G. Wells' "War of the Worlds."

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If you get hungry, consider the short walk to Little Tokyo, where some of L.A.'s cheapest restaurants serve some of its best Japanese food.

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