Sea urchin spaghetti at Bestia

The 48-Hour Self-Guided Foodie Tour of Los Angeles

02/17/2016

Joshua Lurie

If your food-crazed friend or family member only has 48 hours to spend in Los Angeles and is eager to experience the best food and drink L.A. County has to offer, you have to be strategic to cover more ground in less time. Learn about 17 institutions, trendsetters, or multi-cultural stops that will keep your beloved out-of-towner coming back for more.

The 72-Hour Self-Guided Foodie Tour of Los Angeles

02/17/2016

Joshua Lurie

If your food-crazed friend or family member only has 72 hours to spend in Los Angeles and is eager to experience the best food and drink L.A. County has to offer, you have to be strategic to cover more ground in less time. Learn about 25 institutions, trendsetters, or multi-cultural stops that will keep your beloved out-of-towner coming back for more.

Watts Towers

The 48-Hour Guide to Multicultural Los Angeles

02/16/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the world, home to vibrant multicultural neighborhoods throughout the Greater L.A. area. Read on and discover a wide range of cultural attractions and cuisines with our 48-hour itinerary of multicultural Los Angeles.

Donabe smoked hiramasa pastrami at Otium

Where to Dine Near Los Angeles Music Venues

02/15/2016

dine L.A.

Throughout the year, Los Angeles welcomes world-famous acts and rising stars for concerts at iconic venues like the Hollywood Bowl, Walt Disney Concert Hall, STAPLES Center and more. Fortunately there’s a wide range of pre-concert dining options that go beyond the usual concession stand fare. Read on for some of the best restaurants located near L.A.’s top music venues.

Guelaguetza mural by Colectivo LaPiztola

The 24 Hour Guide to Multicultural Los Angeles

02/11/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the world, home to vibrant multicultural neighborhoods throughout the Greater L.A. area. If you’re visiting L.A. for just one day, you can still experience a wide range of cultural attractions and cuisines. Read on for our 24-hour itinerary of multicultural Los Angeles.

The Public House at Angel City Brewery

The Guide to Craft Beer in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles

02/11/2016

Discover Los Angeles

The revitalized Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles is one of the most exciting neighborhoods in L.A., with new lofts, galleries, restaurants and shops opening at an incredible pace. Joining this renaissance are new breweries and gastropubs, making the Arts District another craft beer hub along with Torrance and Redondo Beach in the South Bay. The Downtown L.A. craft beer boom isn’t limited to the Arts District - the adjacent Little Tokyo neighborhood is home to Boomtown Brewery and Mumford Brewery, while Dry River Brewing and Indie Brewing Company are crafting beer in nearby Boyle Heights on the other side of the L.A. River. Read on for our guide to craft beer in the Arts District.

News & Notes - February 2016

02/11/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Visitors who book a minimum of two nights in a participating L.A. hotels through Hotels.com or Priceline.com from Feb. 1 to March 13 will receive an exclusive offer for two-for-one ticket purchases to nearly 30 performances by L.A.’s top performing arts groups.* Visitors who only attend only half of the available performances would save more than $1,350 on companion tickets.

Participating groups include the Center Theatre Group, Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles Ballet, Los Angeles Opera, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the Valley Performing Arts Center.

In its inaugural year, L.A. Performs is designed to grow visitor awareness and appreciation for the city as one of the world’s premier cultural destinations. This is the first visitor promotion organized by L.A. Tourism that focuses exclusively on the performing arts.

“As home to nearly 1,000 professional performing arts companies, Los Angeles offers an unrivalled abundance, diversity and quality of performance experiences,” said Michael McDowell, vice president for Cultural Tourism at Discover Los Angeles. “In this new, unprecedented promotion, visitors are invited to sample a wide range of outstanding performances at substantial savings.”

Performing Arts Companies participating in L.A. Performs*:

• Carpenter Performing Arts Center
• Center Theater Group
• Los Angeles Ballet
• Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
• Los Angeles Master Chorale
• LA Opera
• Los Angeles Philharmonic
• LA STAGE Alliance
• Music Center
• Pasadena Playhouse
• REDCAT
• Valley Performing Arts Center
• Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

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