Go ahead, play “Restaurant of the Moment” all you want. In the end, your taste buds will beg you for a succulent reuben at Greenblatt’s or a classic pizza at Casa Bianca. There’s a reason why these joints are still here after all these years, and you know it.
Like you, we're not surprised. When Curbed compiled its list of trails with fascinating finales, three in Malibu made the cut. (Only one ends in an ocean view or waterfall.) The remaining five are worth racking up some Fitbit totals on, too.
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA LA) will open its 12,700-square-foot Kulapat Yantrasast–designed building in the Arts District September 9 and 10. Among its inaugural exhibitions is the first LA solo showing of works by outsider artist Martín Ramírez, one...
“American Home,” a play about the 2008 housing crisis by the author of “Love in the Time of Foreclosure" is having its world premiere at the Fremont Centre Theatre in South Pasadena through September. It’s already an award winner.
You loved its wine tastings. Now pull up a lawn chair this month for Barnsdall’s new Cinefamily outdoor movie series. Each night starts with a food truck picnic, wine tasting by San Antonio Winery and maybe even live music before the sundown screening.
From strolling down a Victorian street to dancing Deco style, fifties neon diners to old-school vinyl — LA’s most enduring throwback spots let you feel the vibe of the city across decades. What year are we headed for today?
What’ll it be: breakfast pizza in Santa Monica or chilaquiles In Sherman Oaks? Thai morning faves in WeHo or biscuits and gravy in San Pedro? Gluten free pancakes in Highland Park or tabletop toasters in Glendale? You’re definitely gonna need a map.
Little Tokyo comes alive with color, music and dance as the 77th Nisei Week Japanese Festival, Los Angeles Tanabata Festival (Star Festival) and Japanese American National Museum Free Family Days light up the neighborhood.
Sure, your go-to movie house is great. But maybe it’s time to mix it up a little. From the sleek Billy Wilder in Westwood to the Mighty Wurlitzer at El Segundo’s Old Town Music Hall, LA’s lesser-known cinema jewels are worth the ticket.