Battleship IOWA: The Story of an L.A. Icon

05/22/2014

Discover Los Angeles

Designated the "World's Greatest Naval Ship," Battleship IOWA is a floating museum that welcomes visitors from around the world to its location at the Los Angeles Waterfront in San Pedro.  

Los Angeles Restaurants with Great Markets

05/20/2014

Leslee Komaiko

Some of L.A.’s most popular restaurants and cafes are also marketplaces where you can pick up a wedge of perfect blue cheese, some dried beans or an artisan chocolate bar. Some places carry items primarily from their own kitchen. Others spotlight their favorite purveyors. Either way, shopping these spots is a fun way to stock your fridge and pantry, not to mention score some great gifts.

L.A. Tourism Partners

05/20/2014

Discover Los Angeles

The mission of the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board is to advance the prosperity of L.A.'s visitor economy and the livelihoods that depend on it. This is achieved by sales and marketing to the principle segments of both the domestic and international travel trade and consumer. In particular, L.A. Tourism represents the L.A. destination to the meetings and convention industry nationwide; the international travel trade and traveler; the cruise passenger and cruise lines; the domestic leisure traveler; as well as the worldwide travel media.

Car Free L.A. Guides on the Go

05/20/2014

Discover Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board is making it easier than ever to discover LA without a car. Car Free LA features a series of self-guided "car free" vacation itineraries that offer a new way to experience the hidden gems of LA’s diverse neighborhoods via foot, bike and Metro. Whether it’s culture, coastal attractions, global cuisine, music or architecture, see it all car free.

L.A. Tourism Celebrates "Summer Sneak Preview" On May 24, 2014

05/20/2014

Discover Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (L.A. Tourism) welcomes visitors and locals alike to celebrate L.A.'s unofficial “Summer Sneak Preview” on Saturday, May 24, 2014. No other region combines the multicultural concerts and festivals, movies al fresco, sports events and overall summertime vibe the way L.A. does, and the first day of Memorial Day weekend provides the ultimate primer for folks to get their summer on before the real deal starts next month. The music, cinematic and cultural events listed below will make the 24th a day to remember.

Best Brunches in Los Angeles

05/19/2014

Joshua Lurie

No longer must diners put up with steam bins filled with lukewarm eggs and prime rib kept in carving board incubators. Now brunch receives the same amount of attention as lunch and dinner, with more fun and relaxation and less pretense. L.A. chefs are also infusing innovation and making sure that everything’s made from scratch.

The Best Chinese Beef Noodle Soups in Los Angeles

05/15/2014

Clarissa Wei

Beef noodle soup, known as niu rou mian, is the epitome of Chinese comfort food. Found all throughout China and Taiwan, it’s a beloved dish that takes hours to make. Beef shanks must be slow-cooked for hours before they achieve their creamy texture. Noodles must be chewy, and most importantly, the broth must be rich and sustainable. Traditionally, the noodles are paired with a heaping of pickled mustard greens, which offers a crisp, sour contrast. Spicy is customizable and in some joints, used extremely liberally. It makes for a sustainable lunch or dinner and thankfully, there are plenty of places in Los Angeles to get your fix. Here are our picks.

Pages