Kimchi fried rice at Republique

The Best Restaurants in Los Angeles for Instagram

05/29/2015

Stacey Sun

More than half of Internet-using young adults age 18-29 use Instagram, and without a doubt, many of them are posting photos of what they’re eating. Fortunately for Instagrammers dining out in L.A., there are restaurants across the city that feature gorgeous food that tastes as good as it looks with lots of natural light and beautiful decor. If you want that money shot with guaranteed “likes,” here are our picks for the best restaurants in Los Angeles for Instagram.

NOVEDADES EN LOS ÁNGELES: 2015 – 2017 / 2017

05/28/2015

Descubra Los Angeles

Una de las aperturas más esperadas en el 2017 en el centro de la ciudad es, Wilshire Grand, con una inversión de USD$1,000 millones de dólares, una torre de usos múltiples que se elevará 73 pisos con espacios para oficinas y hotel con 900 habitaciones, 400,000 pies cuadrados de espacios para oficinas, una terraza para observación, tiendas y restaurantes.

Wine bottles at Franco on Melrose

Top 10 BYOB Restaurants in Los Angeles

05/26/2015

Gabrielle Olya

Whether you’re looking to save a few bucks or you just want to enjoy a favorite wine for a special occasion, there are restaurants across Los Angeles that allow you to bring your own bottle for little or no corkage fee. Here are 10 of the best restaurants in L.A. where you can BYOB.

Kids enjoying Hollywood Bowl SummerSounds

Family Friendly Concerts in Los Angeles

05/22/2015

Leslee Komaiko

There is no shortage of spots in Los Angeles for the youngest music lovers to get their groove on. Many venues hold concerts specifically aimed at families. And unlike most tickets to a pop music concert, kid-oriented concert tickets tend to be very affordable and some shows are even free. From world-famous landmarks to popular neighborhood venues, here are 10 family friendly concert series in L.A.

“Rotten Luck: The Decaying Dice of Ricky Jay” at Museum of Jurassic Technology

Top 10 Quirky Los Angeles Museums

05/21/2015

Elina Shatkin

Los Angeles has several world-class museums filled with priceless masterpieces. Then there are the more humble institutions, the ones catering to obscure and specialized tastes. From bunnies to martial arts and velvet paintings, here are 10 quirky L.A. museums worth seeking out.

Cheesesteak at Papa Jake's Sub Shop

The Best Cheesesteaks in Los Angeles

05/21/2015

Joshua Lurie

Cheesesteaks have clear ties to Philadelphia, where hot dog vendors Pat and Harry Olivieri were scarfing down links every night before switching things up for dinner one night. Their grilled steak and onion sandwich caught on with cabbies and Harry’s son Frank later added molten Cheez Whiz to the mix. Over the years, Provolone or American cheese have also become popular, as have peppers. Now, the Philly original serves as a touchstone across cultures. From traditional to otherworldly, learn about 10 of the best cheesesteaks in L.A.

Union Station ticket concourse

Go On Location: The Best Movies & TV Shows Starring Los Angeles

05/18/2015

Lindsay Blake

New York has Woody Allen and Chicago had John Hughes. It sometimes seems like Los Angeles has yet to find that director who treats the city as his or her primary muse. While many movies and television shows are set in L.A. and countless more have filmed here, only a handful of productions focus as much on the city itself as the characters who live here. Read on for L.A. locations featured in 12 movies and television shows that prominently showcase Los Angeles.

Poke at A-Frame

The Best Poke in Los Angeles

05/18/2015

Zach Brooks

Ask us where our favorite poke place in L.A. is and we'll likely answer "Whichever poke place is closest to you." Because at this point, there are versions of Hawaii's take on ceviche in practically every part of the city. Ahi tuna, soy sauce, sesame oil, seaweed and sesame seeds are the constant, along with adding avocado for a few bucks. At newer places you're also likely to find kale, kelp noodles, spicy edamame and coconut flakes tossed in sauces made from sriracha, ponzu or miso. Whether it’s new or old, traditional or modern, there's a poke for everyone. Here are 10 of the best in L.A.

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