Atwater Village is a mellow little neighborhood between Los Feliz and Glendale. Though often overlooked, this strip continues to keep its cool with good restaurants, old-school bars and a handful of cute boutiques. Here are five Atwater Village shops we recommend. (Photo courtesy of Potted)
Take a trip to the laidback town of Redondo Beach and feast at tried-and-true restaurants that offer good eats with a breezy beachside backdrop. From clam chowder, by-the-pound-crab and buckets of shrimp at the Redondo Beach Pier, to decadent lobster mac-and-cheese and frothy microbrews in an oceanfront cabin, it's time to eat--and drink--in Redondo Beach.
You've got a hot date on the horizon...and an almost-empty wallet. No problem--in a city with as many entertaining, inexpensive things to do as LA, there's no need to drop big bucks on fancy dinners or pricey tickets. We asked our Facebook fans for their favorite cheap date ideas in LA, and they came through: From free entry at museums to inexpensive concerts to a happy hour hot tub date (yes, really!), these 15 date ideas are fun, low-key, and won't break the bank.
The stores in Los Feliz and Echo Park may get more press, but Silver Lake's quirky, standout shops deserve the spotlight. From top-rated bar gear and home decor to makeup, wine, cheese and a combo lingerie/flower shop, there's always something cool for the buying at these Silver Lake shops.
If you're tired of the same old workout routine and looking to shake things up while shaping up, try these unusual fitness classes in LA that are sure to burn calories and keep your workout routine fresh and fun!
I'd buy that for a dollar! Living in LA isn't cheap, but there are still some dollar deals in Los Angeles to be found. (No, we're not banishing you to the 99-cent store.) We scoured the city--and its outskirts--to uncover some great discounts, from $1 tacos and $1 wine to $1 clothing and $1 entertainment.
Whether you're from the East Coast or not, chances are you've found yourself longing for a little taste of the Big Apple right here in LA. For one of our weekly giveaways, we asked our fans on Facebook (we're Citysearch Los Angeles, in case you want to "like" us) to tell us about their favorite place in LA that reminds them of NYC. Below are their answers. (Photo: The Edison)
Our country may have already celebrated Independence Day, but if you're French--or just looking for a taste of France--you'll want to do Bastille Day (FYI, that's July 14th) in LA with some real French flair. From delicious cream puffs to an all-day event and special prix-fixe meals, we've got the dish on where to celebrate Bastille Day in LA.
Frozen margaritas on the beach, pitchers of sangria swirling with fruit ... ah, summer. Whether you're a cocktail connoisseur or a mocktail aficionado, we've rounded up a handful of summer drinks in LA with delicious seasonal twists.
If you thought Pico Boulevard, specifically the stretch in Santa Monica between 24th Street and 34th Street, offered little more than pricey Italian mainstay Valentino, a cramped Trader Joe's and nondescript storefronts, it's time to rethink this street. Here's a handful of new and old Pico Boulevard businesses in Santa Monica that are worth the visit.