Cities for Vegetarian in Greater Los Angeles
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- 1California, USA66 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 ...
- 2California, USA500 reviews
This goes out to all you haters. You know the folks that always chant BEAT LA or LA SUCKS. We know you just wish you could be like us. But you aint got chit going for you. We have a world class city with more to do than just about anywhere else period. During winter you can easily ski/snowboard and ...
- 3California, USA138 reviews
Love Santa Monica Beach and Promenade. Go there often with grandkids to spend the day by the ocean and to have dinner at one of the outdoor cafes on the Promenade. Good shopping and always something to see.
- 4California, USA49 reviews
I love Venice. Cool vibes, surf, stretches of gorgeous beach, bars & shops. The boardwalk is sure to amaze you, performers & weirdness that makes it so fantastic!
- 5California, USA16 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 ...
- 6California, USA60 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.
- 7California, USA36 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.
- 8California, USA65 reviews
I wish I knew more about the City of Malibu other than knowing the fact that it's an expensive city. It was a great drive on the hwy 1 passing the city. There are a few winery places and a musuem which is on my to-do list! It's the Getty Villa in Malibu. getty.edu/visit We in Los Angeles have a ...
- 9California, USA12 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 ...
- 10California, USA109 reviews
There's something alluring about knowing you're walking in the midst of such fanfare for all of these celebrities, seeing who's star comes next while ambling on down the sidewalk, and discovering some of your faves (which I indeed did). The stars go on and on, and on both sides of Hollywood Blvd. I did notice that right off the Walk ...
- 11California, USA23 reviews
Redondo Beach, California has the most beautiful Sunsets in da world
- 12California, USA2 reviews
- 13California, USA19 reviews
When people think of Catalina Island, they usually think of the tiny town of Avalon. Just an hour’s boat ride (twenty-something miles) from the LA and OC coasts of California, this little city is the southernmost city in LA county. Envisioned by the Wrigley family (like the gum) to be a resort destination, it has managed to continue to attract ...
- 14California, USA1 review
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- 15California, USA37 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.
- 16California, USA14 reviews
Burbank has a nice little strip by the promenade that has some good restaurants that are pretty popular some good stores and so on. Good place to go every once and a whole.
- 17California, USA62 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, ...
- 18California, USA8 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.
- 19California, USA7 reviews
Glendale remind me a lot like Pasadena, but smaller and little nicer. It doesn't had the huge sport stadium like the rose bowl or popular school like PCC or Cal Tech. But Glendale is kinda seat in between between east and west urban community in L.A. Downtown is more like a working area and not something you want to bring ...
- 20California, USA7 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 ...