The rumors are true: Los Angeles millennials aren’t having kids, they’re adopting dogs. That makes this city pretty dog-friendly, as people are going to bring their “furbabies” with them most places. Plus, this is just a laid-back town. Here are some restaurants participating in Summer dineL.A. this year that will be happy to let you sit on a nice patio with your little love.
North Hollywood previously fell under the purview of Mission San Fernando Rey de España and became private farms after San Fernando Farm Homestead Association and Isaac Lankershim purchased the land. The area was rebranded as North Hollywood in 1927 in a marketing push to capitalize on rising Hollywood glamour. Since then, the city has become more residential. After the launch of the Red Line in 2000 and the opening of the connecting Orange Line in 2005, the city centered more on the NoHo Arts District, which has seen a restaurant boom. North Hollywood also houses L.A.’s unofficial second Thai Town near Wat Thai Temple, a community center for Thai-Americans. Discover five of North Hollywood’s best dishes across nearly six square miles.
Discover Los Angeles
The Discover Los Angeles Market Outlook Forum is the strategic forecasting conference for any business interested in capitalizing on L.A.’s record tourism growth. In 2017 Los Angeles achieved a record high with 48.5 million overnight and day visitors and forecasts call for continued growth with 50 million visitors by 2020. This valuable event will help you prepare to welcome them and benefit from the tremendous anticipated growth in visitation.
The Downtown L.A. dining scene has never been more vital, with dozens of great restaurants now dotting sub-neighborhoods like the Arts District, Bunker Hill, Fashion District, Old Bank District, and South Park. Discover my favorite dishes from five of Downtown’s best chefs in L.A.’s city center. Consider these plates gateways to great meals, since they’re on menus at consistently high-quality restaurants. Fan across DTLA for your next steps.
If there is one thing Angelenos love, it’s a bar with a great view. But what if there was a bar with the best view of LA? Look no further, OUE Skyspace L.A.’s all-new bar located on the 69th floor offers the perfect spot to soak-in 360-degree views of Los Angeles. The menu features a selection of specialty cocktails and taps into L.A.’s local brewery and vineyard favorites. Want to splurge? Seasonal bites to fill the biggest of appetites and the most adept of palettes. Make sure you stay for the sunset, where L.A.’s golden hour skyline drenches the bar and gives you the most beautiful view of the city. It’s the best way to drink in Los Angeles and will make for a selfie worth a thousand likes.