Quality Inn & Suites
7709 Telegraph Rd
Montebello, CA 90640
Phone: (323) 724-1400
Fax: (323) 721-4410
7709 Telegraph Rd, Montebello, CA, US, 90640
- Phone: (323) 724-1400
- Fax: (323) 721-4410
This underground live music haunt needs no introduction for the punk music followers of Los Angeles. As its name suggests, the music played here is mainly inclined towards the 1980s trash and punk music, which has a huge following among the youth. So expect a bunch of youngsters at the house grooving to the classy tunes given out by the bands. And going by the names it has been host to in the past, you can vouch on the Pyrate Punx House for some excellent music.
Located a few minutes away from Downtown Los Angeles, The Bicycle Casino is the place to be if you're into gambling as this place ranks as one of the world's largest casinos. If spinning the wheel of fortune is not your thing, you could try your luck at Blackjack or Texas Holdem poker games. Gaming and fun is not the only thing worthwhile here, there is also a deli and a grill where some fine world cuisines are served. For those who like to hit the bottle there is also a bar where you can indulge in the world's most famous wines and liquor.
This Multiplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Weingart Stadium is a must go for all sports enthusiasts. Formerly known as East Los Angeles College Stadium (ELAC Stadium), this sporting venue boasts state-of-the-art facilities that can accommodate football tournaments, inter-college, national as well as international sporting events. In the past, this stadium has witnessed prestigious events including the 1984 Summer Olympics. Seated amidst a crowd raving for their favorite stars is truly a thrilling experience.
The theater can seat just under 800, featuring everything from plays, films and festivals to recitals and local events.
Metropolitan Park Twin features two for one specials for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand.
The Norwalk Moose Lodge is a entertainment and meeting place of the members of Loyal Order of Moose. The idea behind this group is to form an organization that together works for the betterment of community. Though a few events at the Lodge are for members only, majority of the functions are open to general public. Fund-raisers, live music concerts, fun nights with games like Bingo and pool and host of other activities are held here. For more details about the group and events, check website.
The Pico Rivera Sports Arena is famous for its Mexican rodeo shows, professional boxing, wrestling and much more. It can seat up to six thousand people and is very famous amongst the Hispanic Community of Los Angeles. It is the largest Mexican Rodeo Ring in the United States of America. They are up to twenty five shows per annum. For further details do call them.
The Harriet and Charles Luckman Fine Arts Complex or simply the Luckman Fine Arts Complex, lies on the campus of California State University in LA. The Complex is a modern and a state-of-the-art facility venue. It's also the home of the Luckman Jazz Orchestra. The Complex seats around 1,100, and features one of the largest stages in L.A. The complex also houses the Intimate Theater, which can seat around 250. The Luckman Gallery within it has been the site of several internationally acclaimed contemporary art exhibitions.
When it first opened its doors in 1976, The Vex Arts was a bustling hub for underground punk music, where the now famous bands like Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Adolescents, Circle Jerks and Black Flag once performed. It's reopening in 2012 by the owner Joe Vex on Alhambra Avenue, brought back the memories among the locals of the iconic status this club enjoyed back then. Today, the center is not just focused on live music events, but also serves as a platform for many young and aspiring artists in the fields of modern and contemporary art, drama, dance and other forms of performing arts. Get a bottle of beer along and be prepared to watch your favorite performers in action at this vibrant arts and cultural center.
Opened in 1970, Plaza de la Raza Cultural Center holds classes for local youth in the visual and performing arts. The emphasis is on the Latino heritage of most of the local residents and students, bringing a greater understanding to the children about their heritage and ancestors. There is an in-house theater group that puts on frequent performances as well as a summer concert series featuring Latino acts. Visitors can view and purchase artwork in the gallery and other items in the gift shop. Whether you have a Latino background or not, you will enjoy this center.
Located across Santa Fe Avenue, the Dilettante is a creative space that dabbles in different forms of arts. Art expositions, live music concerts, seminars and similar events are a regular feature here. This simple yet elegant space explores varied avenues and aspects of creativity, thereby infusing freshness in the gigs and events. For more details, check website.