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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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Celebrate New Years Eve Los Angeles Style!

Whether it’s your first or 50th New Year’s Eve in town, it’s never too late to celebrate New Years Eve Los Angeles style! It’s time to bid farewell to 2023 and welcome 2024 with open arms. What better way to do so than by joining the vibrant and lively New Year’s Eve celebrations? Here are a few of the best events to ring in the new year with style. Grand Park’s N.Y.E.L.A.  One of the most anticipated events in the heart of downtown Los Angeles is the annual N.Y.E.L.A. celebration at Grand Park. This family-friendly extravaganza attracts thousands of locals and visitors alike. The park transforms into a kaleidoscope of lights and colors. The event includes live music, food trucks, 

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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 Haunting Holiday at These Halloween Events in Los Angeles

If you’re visiting Los Angeles this October, you’re in for some thrilling and chilling festivities. From haunted houses to family-friendly fun, the city has something for everyone to enjoy during this spooktacular season. Below are some of the most exciting Halloween events in Los Angeles. Shaqtoberfest combines the star power of NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal with the spookiness of Halloween. This one-of-a-kind Halloween experience promises a night of entertainment, scares, and surprises. It takes place on and around the Queen Mary, a former luxury cruiseliner that is now, at least for the spooky season, thought to be haunted. The Halloween festival features five haunted trails, live entertainment, themed bars and lounges, carnival rides, and more. It’s open from the end 

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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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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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What Are The Most Popular Tours in Hollywood?

What are the most popular tours in Hollywood?  It really depends on what you’re looking to get out of the city.  Remember, L.A. is a gigantic spread out city and popular destinations can be separated by quite a distance.  Just in the radius around Hollywood, you’ve got Downtown L.A. to the east about ½ hour away, and Santa Monica to the west about 40 minutes away.  In between, you’ve got popular communities or cities like West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Century City and Westwood.  Once down at the beach in Santa Monica, you can travel south to Venice Beach, or north up the coast to Malibu. Before deciding on where you want to stay, truly pull up a map and look 

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Los Angeles Area Hotels

Always one of the biggest questions for someone coming to our city is about lodging at Los Angeles area hotels and where to stay.  There’s no easy answer, but looking at maps prior to your visit can certainly help in the decision making process.  We remind visitors that Los Angeles is a gigantic city.  On top of that, there are many cities within the city.  They include places like Santa Monica, Malibu and West Hollywood. Downtown Los Angeles is growing in their many offerings with food and culture.  Here, you’ll be close to the convention center, Grand Park, Union Station, L.A. Live and The Staples Center. A few hotels in this area include The Intercontinental, Nomad Hotel, and The Ace Hotel. 

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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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