Gone for Good – 21 Great Places That Couldn’t Survive COVID 19

12. Rode Out With the Wind

For the past two years, summers were just a bit cooler in DTLA thanks to the Arts District’s House of Machines. Mid-July saw the machine-shop themed entertainment hall close due to what their spokesperson said was “the ongoing uncertainty in California due to the nature of COVID 19”.

And they would know! With three other locations in China, Japan and South Africa, the crew put on their biker gear, revved up and hit the road.

For Downtown that’s one less party engine offering crafted beer, greasy bites, music and strong drinks, which undoubtedly led to a lot of road rage.