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Unveiling the Most Romantic Restaurants Los Angeles Has to Offer!

You may be surprised by all of the romantic restaurants Los Angeles has to offer. Known for its glitz and glamour, LA is also where hopeless romantics seek to ignite the flame of love. From rooftop escapes with breathtaking views to intimate candlelit dinners, Los Angeles offers a myriad of romantic dining experiences. If you’re in search of the ideal spot to enchant your special someone, look no further. Let’s embark on a culinary journey through the most romantic restaurants Los Angeles can provide. Perch: A Sky-High Affair Atop a historic building in Downtown LA, Perch is a rooftop oasis that sets the stage for a romantic rendezvous. As the sun dips below the cityscape, the rooftop garden transforms into 

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Discover the Best Sports Bars in LA for Football Fever

Are you ready for some football? Los Angeles is, and the city is buzzing with excitement as fans gear up to cheer for their favorite teams. But watching the game at home doesn’t compare to the electric atmosphere of the best sports bars in LA. Be sure to catch the action at these best sports bars in LA. Tom’s Watch Bar Tom’s Watch Bar is a favorite among locals for its laid-back vibe and impressive array of screens. The bar boasts a diverse crowd of football enthusiasts. This creates an energetic atmosphere that will have you high-fiving strangers when your team scores that winning touchdown. The Greyhound Bar and Grill Either location of The Greyhound Bar and Grill emerges as 

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Have a Celebrity Sighting and Iconic Landmarks

Most visitors to Los Angeles have at least a glimmer of hope that they’ll have a celebrity sighting. In the entertainment capital of the world, it’s likely you can catch a glimpse of someone in the “business.” Whether or not you run into someone with star quality, you can still immerse yourself in the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and experience the city like a true celebrity chaser. Below are some iconic landmarks that are must-see when you visit L.A. that also offer opportunities for spotting stars.  Hollywood Walk of Fame Stretching for 1.3 miles along Hollywood Boulevard, the Hollywood Walk of Fame is an iconic sidewalk. It’s embedded with more than 2,700 brass stars honoring celebrities from film, television, 

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Lights, Camera, Action: L.A. Movie Studio Tours

Los Angeles is famous for its Hollywood scene and iconic filming locations that have graced the silver and small screens for decades. From Hollywood’s star-studded Walk of Fame to the legendary studios that have produced some of your favorite shows and movies, here’s a guide to movie studio tours across Los Angeles. One of the best ways to enjoy movie studio tours is to book a guided tour with Glitterati Tours. You can request a customized tour where knowledgeable tour guides will drive you from studio to studio and share the rich history of L.A. in between stops. Universal Studios Universal is behind some of the biggest movies in the world. Jaws, E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, and the Jurassic Park franchise 

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in LA at an Irish Pub

On one special day in March, the City of Angels becomes the City of Leprechauns as the whole town turns green and celebrates all things Irish. Los Angeles is always a good time and celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in LA will not disappoint. If you find yourself in the area on March 17 and looking for green beer, Guinness, and Irish whiskey, be sure to check out one of these famous Irish pubs. Irish Pubs in LA Tom Bergins in central LA has been a prime location for Irish fun since 1936. On St. Patrick’s Day, this iconic pub opens at 6 a.m. and goes strong until 1 a.m. It offers an outdoor tent lot party, three outdoor bars, a 

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Best Things To Do in Winter in LA

The major winter holidays have ended and the winter months may have you starting out the new year wondering what to do with your time. Although winter in LA is mild compared to many other areas of the U.S., it still tends to be cooler, wetter, and cloudier than the rest of the year. Since it’s not the best time to catch some rays on the beach, here are some fun activities to make sure you get the most out of LA in the winter. Take a Tour of Los Angeles There’s so much to do in LA, and a guided tour is a great way to see a lot, get the lay of the land, and learn interesting facts 

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Famous Streets to Visit in Los Angeles

Some of the famous streets to visit in Los Angeles can be more well-known than the actual attractions they host.  From Downtown L.A., to Santa Monica, there are names that everyone the world-over has heard of via movies, songs, TV shows and video games (think Grand Theft Auto). In DTLA, there’s no street more important than Olvera Street.  Afterall, it was the birthplace of L.A. in 1781. Honorable mentions go to Alameda, Broadway, Grand (home of The Music Center), Olive, and Hope. In Santa Monica, there’s Pacific Coast Highway, Ocean Avenue, Third Street with its shopping and dining promenade, Main Street, San Vicente lined with beautiful coral trees, and Montana Avenue. The most famous streets however are up in the Hollywood, 

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September Things to Do in Los Angeles

September Things to Do in Los Angeles Summer is slowly on the way out the door — even though temperatures hit near record highs in Los Angeles today.  Some of the best months to come to the city are September and October.  Schools are back in session, there is less traffic, and the famous landmarks around Hollywood and Beverly Hills are less-crowded. Of course, there’s also the must-see spots during your stay.  For museum lovers, make your way to The Getty Center in Brentwood, The Getty Villa in Malibu, The Broad in Downtown Los Angeles, LACMA, MOCA, The Griffith Park Observatory, The Petersen Automotive Museum and The La Brea Tar Pits. For shoppers, hit The Grove LA, The Farmers Market, 

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Ice Cream in Los Angeles

School may be back in session, but the temperatures aren’t quite ready to dip down into the cooler degrees of fall just yet. For those summer lovers who are not quite ready to let go of the season and dive into everything fall and pumpkin spice, (really Starbucks? It’s not even September!) Los Angeles has some of the best places for a cold sweet treat. Here are our top three choices for a cool treat amidst all this heat —Ice Cream in Los Angeles! SALT AND STRAW: This may be the cities most popular and well known spot, and it’s for good reason. Salt and Straw’s many locations all over town have some of the most interesting and surprising flavors 

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Can I Picnic at The Hollywood Bowl?

Can I Picnic at The Hollywood Bowl?  Yes, but read more below for specifics: August is winding down, which means you’ve already missed tons of great shows at The Hollywood Bowl this summer season.  However, the upcoming lineup of shows in September and October brings in many of the Bowl’s crowd favorites. Look for the Fireworks Finale with Earth, Wind and Fire, The Sound of Music Sing-A-Long, and Maestro of the Movies: The Music of John Williams. Other HUGE shows included Mozart Under the Stars, Barry Manilow with Orchestra, Gladys Knight and The Kingdom Choir, Heart: Love Alive Tour, Ben Harper with Neneh Cherry, An American in Paris, Café Tacvba, Mary J. Blige and Nas, along with so much more happening 

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