LA offers some of the world’s most historic and classic restaurants.
Take in our urban sprawl in one fell swoop, by using the following five places as your special lookout points.
Small bites and diverse flavor options make Sushi the best way share an evening together.
Whether you’re looking for alone time near the beach or in the hills, on a restaurant terrace or by trying a new activity, the City of Angels is the perfect place for an outdoor date this fall.
Nothing makes the month of October more exciting than Halloween and all of the spookiness that comes with it. Los Angeles is filled with such a rich history, dating as far back as the early 1900s, that it comes as no surprise some of the oldest buildings still standing from the prohibition era tend to be most haunted. Many of these buildings have become historical landmarks, but visit these old-time watering holes and decide for yourself whether they’re truly haunted.
The restaurants on this list each feel like they’re a million miles away from LA – but your trip will only last as long as dinner.
For those of you who missed attending last week’s epic culinary event, The Taste, you’re in luck because you can still try many of these mouth-watering dishes at some of the best restaurants in town.