Get Lost in L.A. for 24 Hours

02/23/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Think you're ready to spend 24 hours exploring all the wonders L.A. has to offer? Good. We've put together a step-by-step itinerary. It's all here. Of course, you don't have to do everything in one day. Make sure to come back and spend quality time enjoying L.A.'s diverse dining, multiculural activities and so much more.

General Lee's in Chinatown

The 72-Hour Guide to Global Culture in Los Angeles

02/22/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the world, home to vibrant multicultural neighborhoods throughout the Greater L.A. area. From Downtown L.A. to the Westside, read on and discover a wide range of cultural attractions and global cuisines with our 72-hour itinerary of multicultural Los Angeles.

Watts Towers

The 48-Hour Guide to Multicultural Los Angeles

02/16/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the world, home to vibrant multicultural neighborhoods throughout the Greater L.A. area. Read on and discover a wide range of cultural attractions and cuisines with our 48-hour itinerary of global cultures in Los Angeles.

The Public House at Angel City Brewery

The Guide to Craft Beer in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles

02/11/2016

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The revitalized Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles is one of the most exciting neighborhoods in L.A., with new lofts, galleries, restaurants and shops opening at an incredible pace. Joining this renaissance are new breweries and gastropubs, making the Arts District another craft beer hub along with Torrance and Redondo Beach in the South Bay. The Downtown L.A. craft beer boom isn’t limited to the Arts District - the adjacent Little Tokyo neighborhood is home to Boomtown Brewery and Mumford Brewery, while Dry River Brewing and Indie Brewing Company are crafting beer in nearby Boyle Heights on the other side of the L.A. River. Read on for our guide to craft beer in the Arts District.

Guelaguetza mural by Colectivo LaPiztola

Explore Global Cultures in Los Angeles

02/11/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the world, home to vibrant neighborhoods throughout the Greater L.A. area. Even if you’re visiting L.A. for just one day, you can still experience a wide range of cultural attractions and cuisines. Read on for a guide to exploring global cultures in Los Angeles.

Church & State New Year's Eve Champagne

The Best New Year's Eve Specials at Los Angeles Restaurants

12/16/2015

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Restaurants across Los Angeles are welcoming the new year with lavish feasts and flowing bottles of champagne. The endless New Year’s Eve dining options feature global cuisines in every type of setting, from romantic dinners to extravagant events with cocktails, music and more. Read on for our guide to the best places in L.A. to dine on New Year’s Eve and ring in 2019.

Mr. Little Jeans performs at N.Y.E.L.A. at Grand Park

The Best New Year's Eve Concerts & Special Events in Los Angeles

12/09/2015

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From elegant affairs to massive dance parties, Los Angeles is ready to ring in 2019 with some of the best New Year’s Eve events in the country. Read our round up for the best concerts and special events to say farewell to 2018 and welcome the new year.

Go Metro: all Metro Rail lines, plus Orange and Silver Lines, will run 24 hours on New Year's Eve with free fares from 9 p.m. on Dec. 31 to 2 a.m. on Jan. 1.

"The Vortex" at Exchange LA

The Best New Year's Eve Parties at Los Angeles Bars & Clubs

12/09/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Raise a glass to 2019 and dance the night away to world-class DJs! Read on for our guide to New Year’s Eve events taking place at L.A.’s top bars, lounges and dance clubs. All events are 21 and over unless otherwise noted.

Go Metro: all Metro Rail lines, plus Orange and Silver Lines, will run 24 hours on New Year's Eve with free fares from 9 p.m. on Dec. 31 to 2 a.m. on Jan. 1.

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