LA’s best late night spots let creatures of the night keep the party going past the 2am last-call witching hour that haunts most LA clubs and bars. Nightlife in LA is world famous with celebrities and pretty young things enjoying mild weather and hot clubs all year. However, even with all benefits, the one major…
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Los Angeles is home to a rising number of 1920s inspired, speakeasy-style cocktail bars and lounges that serve up great drinks in a vintage atmosphere.
L.A. boasts a lot of options as far as culture an entertainment, but its best commodity could possibly be its stock of hot and available singles who are always game to mingle. There’s something going on every night, and for those looking to get back into the dating scene, there are some great options.
Los Angeles Restaurants offer plenty of cozy candlelit corners for an enchanting Valentine’s Day dinner with a special someone. Here are our favorites for February 14th. The Little Door This Third Street eatery dishes up a French-Mediterranean menu with excellent proteins, including grilled prime rib, filet mignon, pan-seared venison and the very popular mustard and…
Holiday season means the return of ice skating in Los Angeles public spaces. It’s not uncommon to see families lacing up their skates between shopping trips or couples taking a spin before a dinner date during the holidays—it’s the closest they’ll get to traditional winter sports with Southern California’s mild winter weather.
A favorite pastime for locals and visitors alike, there is no shortage of options for Los Angeles shopping. Local boutiques and international chains can be found in shopping districts scattered across L.A., from the high-end retailers on Rodeo Drive to the trendsetting fashions for sale on Melrose and beyond.
Since the Los Angeles Metro Expo Line began service this past Spring, Angelinos and visitors can finally access Downtown Los Angeles from Culver City and all of the great restaurants and attractions in between. For the price of one of Metro’s TAP cards, the Expo Line provides access to many of the diverse neighborhoods and experiences Los Angeles has to offer. Plus, it’s a great way to avoid traffic en route to Lakers games and other Staples Center events.
The Los Angeles Clippers may not have the stellar track record that the Los Angeles Lakers have, but in recent years, the team’s owners have rebuilt the franchise to a point where it is competitive with some of the top teams in the NBA and a regular playoffs contender.
The nightclub scene in Los Angeles can be very fickle. Because of the celebrity, culture many businesses want to seem exclusive while still attracting a large crowd. For this reason, many people assume it would never be possible to go to certain nightclubs, but that is often not the case. Armed with the right information,…
As temperatures slowly begin to drop with the start of fall, Halloween is quickly approaching. Whether it is a standard witch or vampire outfit or an elaborate homemade costume, Halloween costume stores in Los Angeles provide a variety of options for the numerous holiday parties that start at the end of October.