Culture | June 2, 2015 9:00 am

Where the Women Come out to Dance

And also where you can get a gourmet taco

By The Editors

From the driving, to the parking, to the not knowing where to drive or park, dinner in L.A. is harder than it should be. That’s why we created Dinner Plan — your three-step itinerary to a damn good time. Here’s your plan.

Fans of live music, listen up: there’s a new sheriff in town.

It’s called the Teragram Ballroom, and it’s now sound-checking on the Westlake side of Downtown.

Folks that aren’t fans of live music, please reconsider your priorities.

Start here:

A Dinner Plan that includes Chef Ray Garcia’s new taqueria and a beer hall that cut ribbons last week, all within walking distance of the show.

Inside the Teragram: room for 600 bobbing heads, a state-of-the-art sound-and-lighting system, and a dark, retro aesthetic that includes multiple bars and some greasy bites for post-show snacking.

Teragram is piloted by the team behind NYC’s Bowery Ballroom, with a stellar calendar that includes the Allah-Las, Nick Waterhouse and Television.

And because great food and tasty beverages make for good concert primer, we’re giving you two outrageously delicious new restaurants to visit.

Foodies, sharpen your knives.

Music lovers, lace up those dancing shoes.

And let the good times roll.

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