Los Angeles, CA 90016
FAIS DO-DO (fay-dodo) 1. French colloquial expression equivalent to 'nighty-night' 2. A traditional French lullaby; 3. A township gathering where the children are put to bed in the nursery room while the adults party in the dance hall; 4. Meeting place for people, music and flavor from around the corner and around the world.
Fais Do-Do is a gumbo of eclectic music and diverse people coming together to build a stronger community by offering exposure to new cultures, foods, sounds, and philosophies. Showcasing the best of Los Angeles' blues, jazz, world, comedy, funk, soul, rock, Brazilian salsa, and retro scenes, Fais Do Do always promises a good time.
Originally a branch office of the First Citizens Savings Bank and Trust, the architecturally historic landmark that now houses Fais Do Do was constructed in 1930 at the height of the Art Deco period in Los Angeles. As Los Angeles spread west, eastern industrialists, silent filmmakers, and other early hipsters took over the tiny Mid-City area which soon became known as the Sugar Hill District.
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