Private Sightseeing Tours Departing From LAX Airport

  Glitterati Tours offers private sightseeing tours departing from LAX Airport.  It’s a great way to take in the best of L.A., Hollywood and Beverly Hills during an extended layover.  We can pick you up directly at your terminal, and return you back to the airport for your return flight.  Or, we can pick you up, conduct a wonderful city perspective and drop you off at your local hotel.  Our SUV’s have cargo space in the rear for a nice amount of luggage. We are fortunate to be one of the few private tour companies in Los Angeles with permitted special access to the terminals.  Glitterati Tours has a 3.5-hour tour minimum with any tour involving LAX. If you’re concerned 

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L.A. Summer Sunsets at Dockweiler Beach

Warmer days are here to stay for the next few months (okay, maybe it never is truly cold in L.A., but that ocean breeze can be chilly!), and there are few better ways to spend an evening than with a perfect view of a West Coast sunset. The best place to see it? The beach obviously. For those of you wanting to avoid the craziness of the Santa Monica Pier and Venice Beach but still want a relaxing evening enjoying the view, we have the L.A. insider tip to help you enjoy it best. Just a few steps away from Santa Monica is Dockweiler Beach. With convenient parking next to the beach for only $10, and much less foot traffic, 

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L.A. Summer Vacations for Dads and Grads

It’s that time of year for L.A. summer vacations for dads and grads! Look no further than our connected cities to provide a wonderful excursion for every member of the family, both old and young! If you’ve got car lovers in your family, June is the perfect month. Check out the FREE 25th Anniversary of The Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance  (Nothing is ever free on Rodeo Drive, so this is a real treat). It’s on Father’s Day, June 17th, 2018 from 10AM to 4PM.  Look for new product launches as well as classics, such as a 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom. This event has even been named one of the 300 Unmissable Events or Festivals…worldwide. Whether or not you can make it this particular day, 

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Street Style Cinema at The Grove LA

Movies, movies, movies. We can’t get enough of them here in Los Angeles, and with summer here, no one wants to waste a beautiful evening watching them inside a theater. Luckily we have yet another opportunity for you all to enjoy great L.A. weather and a classic film outside and right in the middle of one of the most popular spots in town. For the month of June on Thursday evenings, Street Style Cinema at The Grove LA is teaming up with the clothing line Who, What, Wear to bring an evening of film and fashion. The evening begins with a check-in around 6:30 with films starting at 8 p.m. The night focuses not on just a fun film (with 

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Eataly L.A. Westfield Century City

If you’ve ever been to Eataly in places like Chicago or New York, you know just how amazing this marketplace is for lovers of all things Italian.  You can now enjoy Eataly L.A. Westfield Century City. Century City is this unique stretch of high rise buildings that some confuse with our Downtown Los Angeles.  It’s just west of Beverly Hills, and sits on a major chunk of property which was once the backlot for the adjacent Fox Studios.  Westfield shopping mall is still undergoing a massive 1-billion+ renovation with many new stores and restaurants, and we’re lucky enough to get Eataly L.A. as part of their upgrade. Eataly is a mulit-level marketplace with a handful of great restaurants mixed in 

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LA Pride 2018

LA Pride 2018 is less than a week away.  In fact, many consider it pride week, or pride month, so there’s no shortage of festivities.  The big day is Sunday, June 10th.  The day can start with a fun local brunch before the LA Pride Parade hits Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood at 11AM.  The parade usually travels from Crescent Heights to Doheny, so there’s plenty of viewing areas.  If you plan on setting up chairs, arrive early enough to stake your claim. This year’s theme is #JUSTBE.  Everyone is welcome so one doesn’t have to be in the LGBTQ community.  By everyone, just no pets, unless they’re service animals. The actual festival takes place on Saturday, June 9th from 

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Melrose Rooftop Theatre L.A.

The Melrose Rooftop Theatre L.A. is a Unique Summer Thing to Do When in Our City __________________ If you want to hang out at a trendy L.A. hot spot, but are looking for a more relaxed evening, the team at E.P. & L.P. has put together the perfect evening for you. Right next to the celebrity hot spot and Los Angeles local favorite for drinks and dancing on a rooftop venue is the new Melrose Rooftop Theatre. Perfectly centered in the heart of West Hollywood, this new gem is a way to spend a night out on the town with relaxation, a good flick, and views of the Hollywood Hills. Guests wanting the full V.I.P. experience can purchase tickets for 

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Live Music Venues in Los Angeles

Live music venues in Los Angeles are everywhere!  After all, many of the world’s top musicians live in or around our city.  We’ve got everything from small rock ‘n roll stages to outdoor venues to massive stadiums. Here’s just a few: Travel down the Sunset Strip and enjoy a bit of rock history.  It’s where bands like Motley Crue, Jim Morrison and The Doors, Van Halen, Guns n Roses, and Frank Zappa played to excited fans. Spots like Gazzarri’s, Pandora’s Box, Billboard Live, and Starwood are long gone, but The Whisky A Go-Go, The Viper Room, The Roxy, and The Rainbow Bar and Grill are still going strong. One of the venues on this stretch that’s been reincarnated from past clubs is the 

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Los Angeles Summer Things to Do

Los Angeles Summer Things to Do, Including the Areas of Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica ________________ In just about a week when we hit the U.S. holiday of Memorial Day, summer officially starts in the minds of many.  Temperatures will start to rise, and everyone will seek the comfort of pools, dips in the ocean, outdoor restaurants with a cross-breeze, and air-conditioning. Summer temps in Los Angeles usually hover around the 80’s or 90’s, but we typically get short term heatwaves in July, August and September that could hit about 105F (41C).  At least it’s normally a dry heat with very low humidity, unlike places such as Hawaii, Florida or New York, where you can dry off from a 

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No. 10 Restaurant in Los Angeles

3rd Street in Los Angeles has been a foodie favorite for years.  Restaurants like The Little Door, Little Next Door, Son of a Gun, A.O.C., The IZAKA-YA by Katsu-ya, El Carmen, Toast Bakery Cafe, and Joan’s on Third, are just a few of the popular eateries in this section of town that straddles the cities of Los Angeles and West Hollywood. Recently opened, No. 10 Restaurant in Los Angeles is fast becoming a new local hotspot.  With chefs Nick Parker and Fabio Ugoletti creating seasonal culinary masterpieces, and restauranteurs Emanuele Romani, and football legend Alessandro Del Piero, one can look forward to a special night out of dining and cocktails. We were fortunate to get an early Saturday night reservation, 

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