January in Los Angeles

We’ve just survived, by our guesstimation, a record holiday season for visitors.  With two Rose Bowl games back-to-back, we’ll miss the Auburn orange and the Florida State red enjoying all that Los Angeles has to offer.  Thanks to all, and Happy New Year!

January in Los Angeles has kicked off with amazing weather, averaging about 72 degrees daily.  No Arctic Vortex here.

A few venues worth mentioning for January in Los Angeles:

Cirque du Soleil returns to the Santa Monica Pier with their show “Totem.”  It is running from January 17th thru February 23rd.  The show is written and directed by Robert Lepage.  Tickets start at $55.  For more information, visit their website.

Cirque du Soleil in Santa Monica

Cirque du Soleil in Santa Monica

Any fans of Selena Gomez?  Visit Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood as they unveil their recently completed $300,000 figure of this popular singer and actress.  With over 100 current figures and 12 more scheduled in the next 12 months, guests are never disappointed with this popular venue in the heart of Hollywood.

Herringbone is about to open in West Hollywood at the hip Mondrian Hotel on the Sunset Strip.  From Top Chef fame, enjoy this stunning restaurant, with Brian Malarkey at the helm.  This seafood-heavy menu is sure to please!

Herringbone Restaurant Los Angeles

Herringbone Restaurant Los Angeles

Speaking of food, make sure to hit all the best restaurants in January in Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica, during another run of the popular dineLA.  This 12-day culinary extravaganza begins on January 20th, and goes through January 31st.

Not familiar with the city of Los Angeles?  Take a tour with Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills.  We are the #1 rated tour and activity on TripAdvisor for Beverly Hills.