Did you ever dream of enjoying Enchiladas in a Case Study House? Well, you probably didn’t. But after your first visit to Arturo’s Mexican Restaurant we’re sure you will. The post and beam design with floor-to-ceiling windows makes you feel like you’re having lunch in a Eichler home. And believe it or not, there are no TV screens disturbing the view through the airy, light-filled room. Built in 1960, the restaurant which also features a stylish bar has been left almost unchanged. It’s located just north of where Pacific Coast Highway and Western Avenue meet, halfway between LAX and Long Beach. At lunch time, the place luckily is not too crowded so you get to enjoy the impressive architecture. And all the better for an unforgettable time travel experience, the authentic Mexican cuisine is still as good as it’s always been since 1960.
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