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Location: LA Reflection

155 S MAIN St.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90012

Monday to Friday9am to 5pm

Saturday, SundayClosed

Dinner coming soon

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About us

LA Reflection is located in the heart of Los Angeles, right around the corner of Main be...

Beautiful View

The beautiful view over the city of Los Angeles and the restaurant's sophisticated, discre...

Reflection Menu

Restaurant is offers regional and Italian cuisine, typical fresh, homemade pasta dishes an...

About us

LA Reflection is located in the heart of Los Angeles, right around the corner of Main betw...

Reservations

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Los Angeles Sister Cities:

  • Lusaka - Zambia 1968
  • Makati - Philippines 1992
  • Mexico City - Mexico 1969
  • Mumbai - India 1972
  • Nagoya - Japan 1959
  • Salvador de Bahia - Brazil 196
  • San Salvador - El Salvador 2005
  • Split - Croatia 1993
  • St. Petersburg - Russia 1989
  • Taipei - Taiwan 1979
  • Vancouver - Canada 1986
  • Yerevan - Armenia 2007

The Sister Cities Program was first created in 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in order to strengthen partnerships between U.S. and international cities with the hope that personal relationships fostered through sister city affiliations would lessen the chance of future world conflicts. Los Angeles began its Sister Cities program in 1959 with Nagoya, Japan and now includes twenty-three Sister Cities over six continents. www.lasistercities.com

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