From world-class recording studios to iconic live music venues, Los Angeles is a big player in the music business. Read on for our roundup of historic LA hotels where legendary musicians have played and stayed.
Can you name the historic Los Angeles hotel that had a city named after it? Or the one that used to have trout ponds, where Hollywood stars taught their children to fish? Read on for the answers to these questions and more!
Located on Westwood Boulevard between Wilshire and Pico, the pocket of Persian restaurants near UCLA is in an area officially recognized by the City of Los Angeles as Persian Square, often referred to as Little Persia.
For those who think quality goes down with quantity, they’ve surely never been to Los Angeles. These restaurants are the cream of the crop when it comes to group dining in LA — unique, professional and of course, delicious.
Susan Feniger recently released her latest cookbook, Susan Feniger's Street Food, which highlights over 80 recipes based on her global culinary interests. She discusses her dream guest and shares a recipe from her cookbook with dineLA.