Los Angeles, CA Food & Drinks


8 Tubular, Retro, & Haunted Places With “Stranger Things” Vibes In Los Angeles

Stranger Things may be ending with its next season, but the wave of 80s nostalgia it has helped bring back isn’t going anywhere. From Kate Bush to Dungeons & Dragons, there’s plenty of ways to feel like you’re in Hawkins’ heyday. All around Los Angeles, there’s Stranger Things-like barcades, roller rinks, haunted spots, and ice cream parlors that are worth running up that hill for. So put on your best 80s playlist and let’s dive in! Season four of Stranger Things had some great (if traumatizing) scenes at a roller rink, and who doesn’t love a good retro disco on wheels? Moonlight Rollerway...

The Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles Reveals Its Centennial Celebration Vision for 2023

Yesterday, The Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles announced its plan to celebrate the hotel’s 100-year anniversary in 2023. Before a crowd of dignitaries, historians and city officials, hotel representatives revealed the Biltmore’s centennial celebration logo, a series anniversary events, along with planned updates that will ensure the Biltmore’s grandeur will continue well into the future. A special Certificate of Recognition was presented by L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s office.

Day Trip to King Harbor – Redondo Beach Los Angeles

Redondo Beach Pier was initially built to facilitate timber delivery from ships to trains in 1889; the Redondo Beach pier has undergone six transformations, surviving a series of storms, fires, and demolitions throughout the 20th century on the way to its current design — a large horseshoe shape structure that has been given the name – the “endless” pier.

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. [12-2-2022 to 12-4-2022]

The rain forecast keeps changing, but one thing is for sure: Whether you’re heading for shelter or looking to roam outdoors, there’s plenty going on over the next few days. This weekend (December 2-4) in Los Angeles, check out Season’s Screamings in Pasadena, First Fridays in Chinatown, a...

Touring the Largest JAPANESE MARKET in Los Angeles County! Tokyo Central Market

Rockstar Eater visits Tokyo Central Market, which has a few locations around Southern California. It is the biggest Japanese supermarket in LA County, and has a great selection of Japanese foods you can eat to go. This is the place to be for awesome cheap eats Japanese food in Gardena. Tokyo Central Market 1740 Artesia Blvd Gardena, CA 90248 <a href=""></a>

Best Time to Visit Los Angeles, California

The best time to visit Los Angeles is in the spring, from March through May, and in autumn, from September to November. These times of the year have lovely weather, fewer crowds, and cleaner, crisper air. The summer months from June through August can swelter with soaring temperatures and thick...

Baby we really must stay; but there’s nothing outside

This year, USC has a limited number of events for students staying over break. We spoke to several students who are staying over break about this experience. Aouri Pi is an international student from China, who is choosing to stay because of travel difficulties. Aouri Pi: “I’m an international student...

City Council OKs $400,000 to provide food for LA Animal Services

The Los Angeles City Council approved $400,000 in funding Friday to the Department of Animal Services for animal food, weeks after a council committee learned from officials that department was planning to use the animal welfare trust fund for food expenditures. The council also sought a report on the amount...

Street Symphony hosts 7th annual Messiah Project, honoring those living on Skid Row

A group of some of Los Angeles's most successful musicians gathered in Pasadena on Friday night as part of an annual concert that celebrates the resiliency of those living on Skid Row. For the first time in the last two years, Street Symphony was able to hold their annual Messiah Project event, which they call a "celebration of the stories of the Skid Row community." "We all want to matter," said Street Symphony founder Vijay Gupta. "We all want dignity, and hope and belonging. The work of Street Symphony is to create that with the community and to reflect those stories back...

The Faux Brickwork at Lisa Says Gah’s New L.A. Store Is Also Reno-Friendly

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. It’s official: Spatial designer Adi Goodrich makes the stores we want to live in. From the surreal surroundings she dreamed up at, well, Dreams in Los Angeles to the nearby Wine and Eggs, her work is fantastical and unapologetically Instagram-worthy—and, most important, it always serves up inspiration that we want to take into our own homes.
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Popular Santa Monica Italian Restaurant Opening New Location Soon

Brentwood has a new ROSTI Tuscan Kitchen on the way per the company’s post on Instagram. The post says, “GET READY LOS ANGELES. Your favorite Tuscan Kitchen is coming soon to Brentwood! For 30+ years, Rosti Tuscan Kitchen has been a Los Angeles favorite, serving Tuscan countryside recipes and being a place for family and friends to gather and celebrate good times. We’re excited to be bringing our passions of family, food, and love to Brentwood soon!” The post goes on to say that this new location will be opening in the fall, but since we are already transitioning to the winter months, we’re not sure when that might happen.

Beautiful Urban Waterfall Everyone Has to Visit

I wish I took more pictures/video but at the same time it was a much needed time to be present with our kids. We were able to enjoy and relax in our favorite spot at the LA Arboretum while the boys play with other homeschool kids. Did you know LA arboretum have a FREE day? It's every 3rd Tuesday of the month. Just grab your free tickets on their website. A little tip if you are far from the arboretum... leave the house after 9am traffic is lighter and leave the arboretum by 2pm before LA traffic begins.