Damian: everything a modern L.A. Mexican restaurant should be

Damian, a 2-year-old jewel in downtown's Arts District, has become a modern Mexican restaurant that honors L.A.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 13, 2022
Part of me still blinks in surprise whenever I walk into Damian and see its sleek dining room brimming with people. It’s not that I ever expect to find the restaurant, housed in a former Arts District warehouse, empty. It shouldn’t be; the cooking...
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