Revived Rialto Theater, Urban Outfitters
The two-story Rialto Theater in downtown opened in 1917 and was one of Broadway Street's favorite spots until it closed in 1987. In 1989, it was designated to one of the City of Los Angeles historical and cultural monument (different from the Rialto Theater in Pasadina). Over the last few years, downtown historic buildings have been refurbished one after another and the streets are reviving. In 2013 Urban Outfitters refurbished and opened the theater! Unfortunately, there aren't many remnants of those days, but you can enjoy the original parts such as the retro and pop marquee and doors, so why not take a look when you are near? .
When you open the slightly lower door...
The ceiling is higher than you can imagine, and the central screen creates a theater feel.
Urban Outfitters has a large selection of miscellaneous goods as well as clothes, making it ideal for choosing souvenirs. You will see the product in the center of the picture, portable warm pad ($29).
There is also an avocado version!
A retro version of the popular photo booth in the back of the store!
If you go to the second floor...
There is a fitting booth, and it is fashionably made with the theater in mind.
There are many sale items on the 2nd floor, so be sure to check them out!
There are many sightseeing spots on the west side of Broadway Street, so it is recommended to take a walk with other places during the daytime for your safety. Also, the parking lots in downtown on Saturdays and Sundays are often fixed prices throughout the day, so it's a great deal!