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Best Dessert Spots in L.A.

Best Dessert Spots in L.A. December 18, 2011 | Food | Read More
Craving something sweet? Have no fear, Los Angeles may have a penchant for leggy models and skinny actors but the local’s love for decadent desserts is what keeps our pilates, yoga, and dance studios in business. Sweet Lady Jane Bakery (West Hollywood & Santa Monica) Jane Lockhart began baking...

Best Cafes in Los Angeles

Best Cafes in Los Angeles December 18, 2011 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
In a town where no one seems to have a “real” job, cafes are filled to the brim at all hours of the day with striving actors, optimistic screenwriters and industry meetings. Grab an organic bite to eat, sip on your favorite caffeinated or herbal bevvie and pull up a seat at these daytime hotspots...

L.A. Bound? What to Pack for Winter

L.A. Bound? What to Pack for Winter December 18, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Layers, layers, layers! It’s all about layering in Los Angeles because the sun’ll come out in the morning, brunch-time calls for slight showers, evening welcomes afternoon heat, and night calls forth a frigid breeze. Who says L.A. doesn’t have seasons, when we experience four seasons in 24 hours! Do...

Best Italian Cuisine in Los Angeles

Best Italian Cuisine in Los Angeles November 23, 2011 | Food | Read More
Craving pasta and a glass of wizened pinot? Look no further than these LA hotspots for Italian faire that takes your tastebuds on a tour of the old country. Drago Centro (525 S. FLower St.) Located in downtown Los Angeles, Chef Celestino Drago rediscovers local Italian dishes with contemporary cooking...

Best Cheap Eats in Los Angeles

Best Cheap Eats in Los Angeles November 21, 2011 | Food | Read More
Dining on a dime? Chow down on quality food for less dough at these Angeleno hotspots. The Apple Pan (10801 W. Pico Blvd.) I swear by this legendary burger joint! Packed to the brim, seating is first come first served, so grab up empty seats around the U-shaped bar. Burger, fries, and a drink will run...

Hollywood Hills Horseback Ride

Hollywood Hills Horseback Ride November 7, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Trotting on a beautiful horse, up and down deserted wildlife-filled hills on a crisp autumn evening as a colorful pink and orange sun retreats into the horizon. Sounds like somewhere in the middle of Utah or Colorado, doesn’t it? Gallop no further than LA’s own Sunset Ranch Hollywood, established...

Best Views in Los Angeles

Best Views in Los Angeles October 25, 2011 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Los Angeles boasts some of the best views in the world when it comes to location and landscape. Break out your smartphone and pop over to these sweet spots for amazing sights sure to please the picture frame. Santa Monica Pier Pull on your hoodie and head over to the Santa Monica Pier for one of the...

Rock Sugar in LA: A Pan-Asian Paradise

Rock Sugar in LA: A Pan-Asian Paradise October 18, 2011 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
Thundering drumbeats echoed through Century City’s Westfield Plaza while I navigated my way past the high-end retailers. I stopped by to watch an Indian dance group, complete with live tabla player and DJ, teach some boisterous bhangra moves to passerbys in the open-air food court area. The Bollywood...

Strolling Sushi Row in Los Angeles

Strolling Sushi Row in Los Angeles October 9, 2011 | Food | Read More
You won’t find comparable sushi in NYC or San Francisco, because LA chefs get the second pick, after Tokyo, of the freshest seafood from Japan. Saunter down Ventura Boulevard’s famed “Sushi Row” in the San Fernando Valley to savor the best sushi in America. Photo Courtesy of TMAB2003/Flickr 1....

Best Breakfast in Los Angeles

Best Breakfast in Los Angeles October 5, 2011 | Food | Read More
Schedule your power brunch meeting or recover from your all night rager by hopping into one of these popular breakfast spots in Los Angeles for your top o’ the morning grub. Aroma Coffee & Tea (4360 Tujunga Ave.) A hot spot for industry hob-nobbing, this Valley gem is always packed. If you don’t...
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