We are a full service hair salon that specializes in men’s and women’s cuts, coloring, balayage/ombré highlights, perms (straight and curly), hair extensions, up-dos, blow dry, deep conditioning treatment, and scalp massage.
When I first came to America, there was no Little Ethiopia. Rosalind’s was the start of it all. And can you imagine how hard it was to get Angelenos to try Ethiopian food in 1988? We were pioneers then!
An independent African American Bookstore that specializes in books, African American calendars, and African American gifts full of cultural diversity. Our selection of products has help create a positive impact on self reflection, self esteem, and self awareness. We are dedicated to serving the interest of our customers.
The restaurant is now owned and operated by 3rd generation husband and wife team Ryan & Jessica Legaux. Together Ryan and Jessica have expanded the brand of Harold & Belle’s through various avenues. These include their food trailer, Harold & Belle’s To Geaux, as well as the packaging of Harold & Belle’s Creole Seasoning. They have also completed construction on a new state of the art private dining room as well as a 60 seated/ 80 standing banquet room, The Peacock Lounge. Ryan and Jessica strive to create a special experience in the community recognizing the growth and changes to the Jefferson Park and Crenshaw Communities and doing their part to contribute.
Our family was born in Oaxaca and migrated to the US in ’94. Since then, our goal has been to showcase our family recipes and the hard work and dedication that goes into each of them. Each year, we travel to Oaxaca and hand pick our ingredients, and carefully select the people we partner with. Guelaguetza is a restaurant, boutique, and market and advocates for Oaxacan culture. We are located in the heart of Koreatown and have been hailed by Los Angeles Times Pulitzer Prize winning food critic Jonathan Gold as “the best Oaxacan restaurant in the country.”