Walt Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles

Walt Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles As we wrap up the summer season at The Hollywood Bowl, the L.A. Philharmonic flies south (about 17 minutes) to their winter home at The Walt Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles. This is an amazing venue, and certainly one of the most photographed structures for visitors coming to L.A. This Frank Ghery designed building must be seen in person and on foot. We recommend walking around the entire building to fully understand the dimensions and architecture. Opened about this same time back in 2003, it’s become an incredibly iconic building, not only in DTLA (Downtown L.A.) but all of Southern California. The LA Phil, with Gustavo Dudamel as their Music 

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Hotel Spotlight: The W Hollywood Hotel

The W Hollywood Hotel at Hollywood and Vine Like any perfect combination of La La Land names — Astaire and Rogers, Lucy and Desi, Abbott and Costello—there’s Hollywood and Vine. Corners don’t get more famous than this! Here you’ll find The W Hollywood Hotel. You’ve also got the Walk of Fame, The Pantages Theatre for Broadway shows like Hamilton (literally steps away), Katsuya Hollywood, Avalon and Bardot nightclubs, Gwen Restaurant by Curtis Stone and Capitol Records. The W Hotel itself, is home to the California bistro, Delphine, as well as: Station Hollywood –Outside bar, which is adjacent to Hollywood Boulevard, with the sweet sounds of house DJ’s. The Living Room – In the hotel lobby. See the signature red-spiral staircase 

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Dia de los Muertos Hollywood

Dia de los Muertos at Hollywood Forever Cemetery In just about 3 weeks, the 18th annual Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Festival takes place at the amazing Hollywood Forever Cemetery. This is one of the most unique Halloween season activities in all of Los Angeles. This year’s theme is The Legacy of Posada, honoring Mexican artist Jose Guadalupe Posada. His art and images 100 years later, still provide so much of the foundation to this annual tradition. Dia de Los Muertos Hollywood, takes place on Saturday, October 28th, 2017, from Noon until Midnight. Get there early to avoid the after dark rush, and 100% look into UBER’ing or public transportation. Street parking will be nearly non-existent in 

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Los Angeles Halloween Family Fun

Los Angeles Family Fun Halloween Activities We’ve watched as grown-ups over the years have stolen Halloween from the young trick or treaters.  Per Glitterati Tours of Hollywood previous and upcoming posts, most events are centered around the older set that enjoys a great party along with their scares. Here’s a handful of kid-friendly Halloween activities: Fall Festival at The Original Farmers Market Join in on the fun on Saturday, October 14, and Sunday, October 15, 2017.  On both days, there will be a petting zoo from 11am-7pm, as well as All Alaskan Pig Races, and Peddle Puller Races by All-Alaskan.  You’ll also find pie eating contests, and Pumpkin Carver Joe in the Plaza.  Throughout the weekend, there will be live 

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Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park Fall isn’t just for pumpkin spice latte’s and jumping in piles of leaves; especially because it’s too warm for latte’s and there aren’t many piles of leaves to jump into. Luckily enough, if there is one thing Los Angeles does know how to do right, it’s Halloween and all Halloween related activities. One of the best — The Haunted Hayride! If you find yourself visiting and needing an evening activity this October, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is a must for any fan of all things spooky. What’s Halloween without a good scare, right? Every year the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is reinvented with a new theme – even the Los Angeles native 

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Los Angeles Halloween Attractions

Los Angeles Halloween Attractions Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Universal Studios Hollywood promises their scariest Halloween experiences ever with 8 terrifying mazes. Witness the many nightmares of American Horror Story: Roanoke, a tribute maze to Stanley Kubrick’s, The Shining, the frightening world of The Walking Dead on AMC, The Horrors of Blumhouse with The Purge, Happy Death Day and Sinister, the supernatural realm of Insidious: Beyond the Further, Ash vs Evil Dead, and of course, a collection of SAW references return with The Games of Jigsaw. There’s also the Terror Tram, the new Jabbawockeez Show, plenty of rides, and scare zones. Paramount Studios One of the more intimate experiences can be had at the legendary Paramount Studios. They have 

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Los Angeles Activities for Fall

Los Angeles Activities for Fall Months of September and October As we wrap up summer, we start by sending thanks to our many visitors throughout the busy months of June, July and August. We posted a few times about the mystery of what the season would bring, but we are pleased to have been sold out most days during our busiest period of the year. We greeted guests from the U.S., Canada, Ghana, Greece, Italy, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Spain, France, Mexico, Ireland, Ukraine, UAE, New Zealand, and dozens of other countries. We might see tourism slow down a bit during September-November, before we pick right back up again for the holiday season. The next 

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Rooftop Cinema Club for Movies in Los Angeles

Take in the Rooftop Cinema Club for Movies in Los Angeles and Hollywood Let’s face it. You have found yourself in Los Angeles. Home of La LA Land and Hollywood where the entertainment industry thrives. There are countless venues to watch films throughout the city – but one of our new favorites may be the best experience one can have in Hollywood yet. Los Angeles has great weather, great entertainment, and great sights. What better way to spend your evening than to include all three in one shot? The Roof Top Cinema Club may be the most convenient way to get all three. The name says it all – Movies on a Rooftop with quite the view. With two different 

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Marino Ristorante Los Angeles for Great Italian Food and Service

Marino Ristorante Los Angeles is a Must for Lovers of Great Italian Food Los Angeles, essentially, is a city of spotlights. When you drive up and down streets such as Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Boulevard, and Rodeo Drive, you see countless restaurants, patisseries, stores, and shops begging for attention. Celebrities who stop in, often draw crowds and bring the spotlight and excitement. Locals and tourists alike flock to where they hear the next A-list sighting or hot-spot may be… While the hustle and bustle of these places can turn into an exciting night out, it is sometimes the quiet places tucked away that may show you one of your best Los Angeles evenings yet. Minutes away from the highly trafficked Hollywood 

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Summer dineLA Restaurants Around Los Angeles

Look Into the Best in Dining with Summer dineLA Restaurants Around Los Angeles. Yes, contrary to popular belief, locals (known as Angelenos) do in fact eat.  We love our food, and the perfect time to experience the best that our city has to offer is during our summer dineLA experience from July 14th-28th.  Once called dineLA week, this popular culinary excursion is now 2 weeks in duration. With over 300 restaurants participating, enjoy 2+course lunches for $15, $20, and $25.  Dinners are set at 3+courses at $29, $39, $49 and $95+ with the dineLA Exclusive Series.  This special selection of restaurants sponsored by American Express, includes hotspots like Chaya Downtown, Cut by Wolfgang Puck, ink., Melissa, Providence (consistently voted the 

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