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Tres by Jose Andres 150 150 admin

Tres by Jose Andres

Enjoy a prix-fixe Mother’s Day brunch that includes items such as Pan con Tomate toasted bread, tomato and olive oil, Gazpacho with traditional condiments, and a smoked salmon display with Russ & Daughters diamond selection, caper berries, minced red onions, quail eggs, chives and Greek yogurt. This can definately be on your list of things…

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Lexington Social House 150 150 admin

Lexington Social House

In the 1920s, Hollywood’s elite gathered at the famous corner of Hollywood and Vine to toast one another. Lexington Social House, a vision of brother-sister duo Jeremy and Junella Chin, brings patrons back to that glamorous time. The new lounge and restaurant features artisan cocktails like the Special Agent (Earl Grey-infused bourbon, orange bitters, fresh…

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M.B. Post 150 150 admin

M.B. Post

Chef David LeFevre, who earned a Michelin star at downtown’s Water Grill, has opened rustic American eatery M.B. Post in the space of a former post office in Manhattan Beach. Something to mentally gorge on for the moment until you hit up this great place during your Tour of LA. His imaginative seasonal dishes come…

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A Family Trip & Tour 150 150 admin

A Family Trip & Tour

About a month ago, I went down to Southern California to visit my extended family. When I was little my family lived in the area, so I saw everyone on a weekly, if not daily, basis. Since I moved away, however, our contact has been less and less frequent. In fact, it had been over…

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Il Sole Reopens 150 150 admin

Il Sole Reopens

Il Sole, the beloved WeHo eatery known for its intimate atmosphere and Italian menu, has reopened with a stylish new design and inviting vibe. Owners Arnold Stiefel and Andy Hewitt partnered with entrepreneur Brent Bolthouse to give one of L.A.’s enduring restaurants a chic new atmosphere. The new look has a classic feel with candlelit…

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Sperry Top-Sider debuts in Los Angeles 150 150 admin

Sperry Top-Sider debuts in Los Angeles

A staple in every prep’s wardrobe, Sperry Top-Sider has made its West Coast debut, settling in at the Westfield Century City just in time for spring. The classic American brand, best known for its Top-Sider boat shoe, creates footwear for people who are active in the outdoors. These shoes have a following that dates to…

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You Can Fly! 150 150 admin

You Can Fly!

Soaring through the air without a plane, jetpack, or parachute is a reality when you go indoor skydiving. If the word skydiving is giving you pause, don’t worry; you won’t be jumping out of a plane or from any high distance. Essentially, you’ll be riding the wind created by a powerful vertical wind tunnel. Unlike…

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Museums 150 150 admin

Museums

Thought I’d share a few of my favorite museums in LA. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences The organization that presents the Oscars offers entertainment-industry-related displays and film series. Continuing Masters of the Close Up, Up Close: Portraits of Cinematographers by Owen Roizman; Bob Peak: Creating the Modern Movie Poster. Tu–F 10 am–5 pm;…

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Watts Towers 150 150 admin

Watts Towers

The towering metal structures with their intricate mosaic bases are instantly recognizable. Watts Towers have been part of the Los Angeles landscape since Simon Rodia began building them in 1921. The towers have been featured and referenced in film, television, and musical albums. On my last visit to California, I took the best Los Angeles…

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PHOTO: The Sign 150 150 admin

PHOTO: The Sign