The Best Takeout Windows in Los Angeles

04/25/2016

Joshua Lurie

Grab-and-go has always been a hallmark of bustling walking cities like New York. Apparently Angelenos have been picking up the pace given the proliferation of takeout windows. Discover 11 windows that provide a quick food or caffeine fix.

Downtown Los Angeles

Meet Downtown Los Angeles

04/25/2016

Planning meetings and events in Downtown L.A. means access to world-class museums, entertainment venues, hotels in every size and price point, concert halls, theatres, and dozens of acclaimed restaurants.

Prime rib dinner with mashed potatoes and creamed spinach

14 Juicy Facts About Lawry's the Prime Rib

04/25/2016

Elina Shatkin

Do one thing and do it well. That's the guiding principle at Lawry's The Prime Rib. You can probably guess by the restaurant's name what that thing is: beef. Huge, honking, slabs of the stuff, cut to order at your table, drizzled with au jus and served with crisp Yorkshire pudding.

Wine tasting at Malibu Wine Safaris

The Best Places in Los Angeles for Wine Lovers

04/21/2016

Gabrielle Olya

Wine lovers rejoice! There are plenty of restaurants, bars and one-of-a-kind venues in Los Angeles that are sure to fulfill your inner-oenophile, whether you’re looking for a tasting, a rare bottle or a truly unique touring experience. Here are the top places in Los Angeles to get your wine fix.

Tyrannosaurus rex from "Dinosaurs: Unextinct at the L.A. Zoo"

"Dinosaurs: Unextinct at the L.A. Zoo" Brings Dinosaurs to Life

04/20/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Guests embark on a self-guided stroll along a trail through lush landscaping similar to the earliest known trees and plants from the time dinosaurs roamed the earth, including ferns, cycads, conifers and ginkgos. Your face-to-face dinosaur encounters begin with a fierce Suchomimus, followed by a massive Brachiosaurus, whose 18-foot-long neck required a gigantic heart to pump blood up to the top.

Next, guests encounter two Coelophysis dinosaurs; a Citipati, which used its feathers to protect and warm its eggs, just like modern-day birds; and a Carnotaurus, a bipedal carnivore covered in small scales and bony lumps.

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