Are you following a plant based diet or perhaps flirting with veganism? Taking place now through Friday, July 28, the summer edition of dineL.A. offers a taste of everything, so now you can indulge and get your veggies in, too. A few participating restaurants are featuring vegan lunch and dinner prix fixe menus. Dig deeper and you'll find vegetarian menu options as well. Remember, there are no tickets or passes required for dineL.A. Simply dine out at a participating restaurant, try a new dish or enjoy an old favorite. Advance reservations are strongly recommended.
In the past decade, Downtown Los Angeles has transformed into a hotbed of eating and drinking establishments catering to the area’s prolific workforce and visitors popping in on the Metro - many looking for those elusive time-sensitive deals. Read on for 20 Downtown L.A. hotspots, new and old, that promise great food and drink experiences that won't break the bank.
Located about 15 minutes north of Hollywood off the 101 Freeway, the Sportsmen’s Lodge welcomes staycationers and out-of-towners in the know to check in for an under the radar escape that harkens to a simpler time - weekends involved Tiki cocktails, drive-thrus shaped like giant hot dogs, and waitresses on roller skates. In fact, the Sportsmen’s is a great place for a super relaxed, social media break—although the WiFi is excellent, for when you do decide to post some pics of your stay.
dineL.A. is back with its Summer Edition from July 14-28, featuring special prix fixe lunch menus for $15, $20, and $25. This is the best time to try restaurants you have always wanted to visit, or a chance to revisit some of your favorites. Read on for 15 restaurants offering two- and three-course lunch menus that are truly real deals. To check out the full list of participating restaurants and their dineL.A. lunch and dinner menus, click here.
Cinematic entertainment is only one of the many wonderful gifts that Los Angeles shares with the world. Clean living, chocolate-as-art, and environmentally sound products are some of the other goods made in L.A. and globally adored. We’ve curated a list of ten of the finest establishments proudly representing one of the many choices of the things we love, made in Los Angeles.
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Pacific Standard Time, a collaborative art effort that will spread across Southern California, through 70 institutions and 65 galleries, is back this September. Through January 2018, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA will explore Latin American and Latino art past and present.
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At only three square miles, Koreatown has more large malls than any similar sized area in America with an emphasis on markets, skin care, and home goods. Peppered among the shops, whether in a mall or side street, are entertainment venues, trendy dessert shops, coffeehouses, and restaurants. Read on for the best shopping destinations in Koreatown.