Artesia (California)

Artesia is a small town about 15 miles southeast of Los Angeles, also known as "Little India" as it's home to the second largest ethnic Indian population in the country, just behind New York City.

12 things to do

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Little Dhaka

Tucked away in a minimall, this is the place to pick up some halal meat, or have a quick bite to eat, Bangladeshi style. There's a small selection of authentic fish and vegetable curries and biryani.


One of the finest vegetarian restaurants in the area. Specialty is Rajashthani/Gujarati style lunch and dinners.

Jay Bharat Restaurant

A relatively small but tasty menu of snacks and South Indian specialties, including tasty dosas and uttapam.

Udupi Palace

Reasonable southern Indian vegetarian dishes. Simple, modern clean decor. Free parking at back.

East West Ice Palace

Ice skating rink best known for being co-owned by Olympic medal figure skater Michelle Kwan.

Bombay Sweets & Snacks

Large selection of sweets and savories. They will customize a gift box of your choices.

Artesia Historical Museum

A home restored to its original 1929 Spanish style with an interior to match.

Rodeway Inn

Free high-speed internet and continental breakfast. No pets allowed.

Rasa Indian Grocery

A pretty standard and well-stocked Indian grocery store.

Ambala Sweets & Snacks

A selection of good dosas and snacks, very popular.

Ashoka Cuisine of India

Great Northern Indian and Punjabi food.

Days Inn & Suites Artesia

No pets allowed.

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