Fresh air, maybe some swimming, definitely cocktails
The weather is finally warming up, and there’s no better place to enjoy it than several stories about the madness on a DTLA rooftop. From bars to pools to bars with pools, here are a few spots where you can catch some rays, enjoy some fresh(ish) air, and take in those breathtaking views in the heart of the city. Continue at Source: 7 of Downtown L.A.’s Best Rooftops for a Summertime Hang
Where to go for a drink and a hang in DTLA
There are lots of reasons to go downtown (too many to name, in fact), but whether you’re checking out a museum, going to a show, meeting friends for dinner, or, you know, you live there, stopping for a drink will likely be part of the agenda. Here are nearly two dozen spots to choose from, whether you’re looking for tiki in Chinatown or a dive in the Arts District. Continue at Source: 23 of the Best Bars in Downtown L.A.
Ah, Los Angeles. The City of Angels. With so much to do and so much to see it’s hard to imagine what one might do with only twenty-four hours? What are the most important stops to make? Where are the places that make Los Angeles so truly unique found? Well, if there were only twenty-four hours to explore this beautiful and unique city filled with diverse people, cuisines, landscapes, and ecosystems, it’s best to just get right into it. Continue at Source: 10 Activities And Events To To Do If You Have 24 Hours In Los Angeles
Where to eat right now in the City of Angels
More often than not, tipsters, readers, friends, and family of Eater have one question: Where should I eat right now? Restaurant obsessives want to know what’s new, what’s hot, which favorite chef just launched a sophomore effort. And while the Eater 38 is a crucial resource covering old standbys and neighborhood restaurants across the city, it is not a chronicle of the ‘it’ places of the moment. Restaurants are placed on the map in geographical order, from west to east. Generally these restaurants are younger than six months old. Continue at Source: The 15 best new restaurants in Los Angeles
Los Angeles is, perhaps, one of the most accommodating cities in the world for vegans. From streets filled with vegan pop-ups serving anything from tacos to sushi, to fast food pit stops serving up burgers, fries, and milkshakes, Los Angeles has plant-based versions of just about everything. Omnivores and herbivores alike will be hard pressed to find another city so willing to explore its roots and culture through the lens of a cruelty-free, plant-based menu. So let’s take a look at some of the restaurants leading the charge here in Lon Angeles. See more at Source: 9 Best Vegan Restaurants In Los Angeles
As long as it’s not raining, rooftops are the place to be nearly year-round in LA. After all, the city practically invented the concept, with The Standard, Downtown LA opening one of the first back in 1999. Ask a local and they’ll tell you that for a city this size, there aren’t as many rooftops as you’d expect—though there are still plenty to choose from, ranging from laid-back to glitzy depending on your mood. Downtown has the highest concentration, not surprisingly given the amazing skyline from that vantage point. The best part about the LA rooftop scene though is that it’s accessible for everyone: The lines aren’t (usually) long, and there’s always a diverse mix of people that speaks to the diversity of the city overall. Here are our top 10 (plus one bonus!). See more at Source: The 11 Best Rooftop Hotel Bars in Los Angeles Right Now
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