Cities for LGBT in Greater Los Angeles
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- 1497 reviews
Traffic is the worst. Beaches. Hiking. Food. If you're into architecture check out John Lautners houses in Southern California.
- 258 reviews
I know Long Beach's Beach (near 2nd street) is not as famous as Newport or Laguna, but that's the reason I like coming here!!! If you want a beach that you can go to to relax, sleep, read or simply enjoy a beautiful day without screaming kids or people around you; this place is for you!!! I came here because ...
- 360 reviews
This over the top shopping spectacle is a must see if you are in LA. One of the more attractive parts of the city even if it is a bit big for its britches. This is a shopper's Disneyland -- well-manicured, clean and charmingly artificial.
- 4136 reviews
One of the most charming places in the city. The beaches certainly won't win any awards but a nice place to take a break. The main shopping strip is a bit too commercial but still pleasant.
- 516 reviews
Born in Santa Monica in 1954 and lived here until I was 20 years old and could not imagine a better place to grow up. Very small, friendly town where all the store people knew you by name and no one ever was a stranger. Don't know if it still has that quality now, but was the best place for ...
- 637 reviews
One of the more pleasant neighborhoods in LA. A glorified series of strip malls but with extra greenery and style. The heart and soul of LA's gay community.
- 765 reviews
I love beaches, Malibu is gorgeous. Go outside and explore around Malibu.
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- 836 reviews
ehhh its nice i guess. didn't have fun as much as people say it is. its like where the 40yr singles hang out.
- 949 reviews
It's what everyone thinks Los Angeles is from TV. Great place for people watching. Not the easiest place to get to, but well worth it. Surfing is pretty good here as well if the conditions are right.
- 1011 reviews
City of Arcadia located East of Pasadena and West of Monrovia. Only have slight over 50,000 population but have several attractions. Cost of Living: * Housing is consider high, but many upper middle class should able to afford some of the housing or rent there. The one near the hill is very pricey. No street parking meter, but overnight parking ...
- 116 reviews
Great place to meet people. :)
- 1234 reviews
#BeGone We can only imagine that unhappy folks read gloating updates, close their eyes, and start to visualize a place of beautiful people, dopey-sounding (but, smoking hot) surfers, and the rough-and-tumble big city kid come who’s come to live with an innocent, beach-bred, comic book-loving high school student known as Seth Cohen. The place they’re imagining exists, more or less, ...
- 133 reviews
Rowland Heights and Hacienda Heights are located very closed together that many people don't even realize when they cross the border from one city to the next. You can basically think of the Azusa Road as the divider between Rowland and Hacienda Heights. Like Hacienda Heights, the city has a ton of good asian cuisine like the well known Class ...
- 148 reviews
Don't worry kiddies- If there's a place to get lost- you've stumbled on it right here. The epicenter of authentic chinese cuisine, get ready to eat your way through this little city. Pho, dim sum, shanghainese, seafood, ramen, everything you can think of. Just make sure you have plenty of time to waddle on home.
- 156 reviews
I grew up in Gardena and I must say that although it is not the largest or most popular city in the South Bay, it definitely has a lot of delicious food joints. Every time I visit, I try to buy all my favorite foods before leaving back to West LA. My favorite taco truck in Gardena is El Antojito. ...
- 166 reviews
I am here SO often for the Asian food and plus it's on the way from work to home. SGV - Alhambra, Monterey Park, San Gabriel and Rosemead... Chinese food central Lots of fooooood! As for entertainment... if you are a foodie, then this is your entertainment. I remember the high school days in Hacienda Heights hanging in Tea Station ...
- 174 reviews
Come here for all the wonderful Chinese restaurants! This is the real Chinatown!!! Get your Chinese food craving here satisfied!
- 183 reviews
In an industrial part of LA off the I-405 Freeway, Torrance is one of my fave neighborhoods to explore just because of its Japanese community connections. Here you can spend days searching out the best bowl of ramen, or just drop by the Japanese import shops and supermarkets to stock up on groceries and hard-to-find items from Tokyo and beyond.
- 1920 reviews
Having been born and raised in So. Ca. I have been to just about every place and beach. I would not go to this beach now with all the gangs, homeless and other "people" there and I would never spend the night there. There may be some nice hotels, but anyplace in So. Ca. will be overpriced if it is ...
- 2042 reviews
a cool city with fantamaglorious natural adventures