Cities for Vegetarian in Greater Los Angeles, California
- 21California, USA20 reviews
Cool modern architecture, beautiful weather and homes. There are lots of options in terms of activities from dining to gyms but they tend to be chains which is why I give the area 4 stars
- 22California, USA3 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.
- 23California, USA3 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 ...
- 24California, USA21 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 ...
- 25California, USA7 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. ...
- 26California, USA42 reviews
a cool city with fantamaglorious natural adventures
- 27California, USA11 reviews
Universal City is an entertaining place for movie lovers and families. It is a combination of a theme park and movie studio. It's one of the oldest movie studios still in use today. I went here with my family several years ago and had fun on the rides.
- 28California, USA4 reviews
On the up and up, nice and peaceful without quite having that valley stench
- 29California, USA9 reviews
North Hollywood is fairly large, but the part of it near Univsersal City and Studio City is called NOHO. It's got a bike path, (along Chandler) with murals and landscaping. You can ride for three miles into Burbank. The metro comes here, so you can take that downtown or into Hollywood. It's got a little Arts District, with tons of ...
- 30California, USA3 reviews
Nice area to cruise around in, it is very slow and has lots of stop signs but many beautiful trees and extravagant houses are also on display.
- 31California, USA8 reviews
Van Nuys is another town along the 210. The Japanese Gardens are nice, but I don't have other reasons to go there.
- 32California, USA1 review
Love this small city. Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights consist of some of the best asian food restaurants and drink cafes in Southern California. We pride over calling ourselves the 626 area - where now it has become known to be the hot place for asian cuisine. But to be more specifically, Hacienda Heights is actually quite a small area ...
- 33California, USA6 reviews
Christmas spirit in Sherman Oaks...
- 34California, USA1 review
- 35California, USA
- 36California, USA8 reviews
It's a quirky little town with a charm all its own. The grunion run is famous and if you like unusual activities, this is up your alley!
- 37California, USA4 reviews
- 38California, USA3 reviews
Grew up here from age 5 to 17 and my parent's still live here. The town has changed quite a bit in terms of demographics, but it's still just a small town that lives in the shadows of Pasadena.
- 39California, USA
- 40California, USA6 reviews
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