It’s an exciting time for hotel guests all around Los Angeles. Whether it’s an update to an existing property, or the unveiling of a brand new project, L.A. hotels - like the city itself - are constantly evolving, always staying ahead of the curve and giving visitors new experiences. Read our guide to new and updated Los Angeles hotels, then book a room, plan your next event or meeting, or simply relax in a lounge with a cocktail.
While West Hollywood flourishes as a tight-knit community and neighborhood, its official status goes beyond that as a city in its own right. Famous for passing legislation such as same-gender domestic partner benefits for city employees, and bans on fur sales and declawing of cats, West Hollywood represents not only much of LA’s entertainment history but also a beacon of social justice.
The legendary Sunset Strip has been undergoing a revival of sorts as the home of go-to music venues, and many of LA’s top destination restaurants lie within West Hollywood’s borders, but there are other spots that fly under the radar. Whether you're a longtime resident, or are visiting this bustling city beneath the hills for the first time, there's always something new to discover in WeHo. Take advantage of its rich, creative history and vibrant culture by going off the beaten path.
In recent years, Los Angeles has become one of the fastest growing and most exciting destinations for craft beer in America. From the Downtown skyline to the quietly lapping waves of the Pacific Ocean, the City of Angels boasts some of the most innovative and interesting brews the nation has to offer.
Brewpubs and brasseries alike have opened across LA at a rapid pace. From home-style BBQ and beers prepared on-site, to tap rooms boasting barrel-aged sours while gourmet food trucks await just outside, there is no limit to what the LA scene has to offer adventurous beer drinkers here and from around the globe.
Dearly Departed Tours
Los Angeles, the City of Angels... and devils, demons and ghosts. A city this large is bound to have its skeletons, and our job is to throw open the closet doors and acknowledge them. Below is a list of 13 terrifying locations. Some are fictional and some are very, very real. Like it or not, these places will always be a part of our history. Proceed with caution.
Los Angeles, long the land of bottle service and green apple martinis, finally started catching up to speed on craft beer in the past six years. The wave started with bars, continued with a new crop of breweries, and is now washing over restaurants. Here are 13 of our favorite places to drink craft beer in LA County.
The love of sea urchin is one of those trends that’s here to stay. It’s one of the few local seafood products we have in LA, with an abundance of this luxurious product coming out of nearby Santa Barbara and the Channel Islands. That means restaurants run by our top chefs - and by our local Japanese, Korean, and Italian dining scenes - will always have sea urchin as a marquee item. Try it cooked in pastas, from our international raw bars, or in haute dishes where it can outshine most any rare ingredient - it’s the bite you save for last. We don’t blame those that carry on about the most famous echinoderm on social media for their uni roe obsession, nor do we envy them because it’s an approachable extravagance for us Angelenos.
We even have famous sea urchin dishes here in town that you’ve probably tried like chef Michael Cimarusti’s sea urchin and egg scramble, or Vinny Dotolo and Jon Shook’ s sea urchin and burrata. Here are 10 other classic sea urchin dishes that you must have.
The South Bay is one of the most culturally diverse regions in Los Angeles. It's always provided a multitude of places to enjoy great food from across the world - from delicate handmade soba to fried shrimp tacos doused in salsa. But with a wave of ambitious chefs riffing and expanding on the culinary traditions they were raised on, this quiet beach-loving community is becoming a dining destination all over again. Here are ten of the best places to eat in the South Bay.