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  • 21

    Kodak Theatre

    4.5
    11 reviews

    Now called the Dolby Theater (used to be called the Kodak Theater), a great venue for all the big award shows, such as the Academy Awards.

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  • 22

    The Grove

    4
    123 reviews

    The Grove is a modern,outdoor mall that is fun and trendy! There are a host of restaurants and popular stores. There is a cable car that will take you all over the mall. It is connected to the very famous Farmer's Market and a great way to spend the afternoon.

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  • 23

    University of Southern California

    4.5
    30 reviews

    USC has one of the most extensive university community service programs in the United States. This was one of the reasons the editors of Time Magazine and the Princeton Review named it "College of the Year 2000." It is the oldest private university west of the Mississippi, founded in 1880 by a Methodist horticulturist, an Irish Catholic pharmacist and a ...

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  • 24

    Angel City Brewery

    4.5
    11 reviews

    Industrial, hipster and laid back brewery located in Little Tokyo area. The building use to be some kind of shipping company (they moved their package from the second floor down the spiral slide). The bartenders are pretty social and you could bring your own food (pie hole, wurstKuche, snow ice and food truck) . Food truck on Saturdays. Street parking. ...

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  • 25

    Largo at the Coronet

    5
    4 reviews

    Nice small theater in West Hollywood. Went to see a great French stand-up there.

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  • 26

    The Studios at Paramount

    4
    6 reviews

    I came here for background several times on TV show and commercials and also came here for the Cinegear Expo. The stages that take place for the cinegear expo use to be the place where they shot the show Community which is now cancelled. Come to the lot when you get the chance to for any special event because Paramount ...

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  • 27

    Sassafras

    5
    2 reviews

    My first time at Sassafras will never be forgotten...if I don't remember certain things that occurred in there then I have a lot of embarrassing pictures to remind me what happened. This night was memorable thanks to all my close friends who came out to celebrate my early birthday. ALL the cocktails I've tried were delicious (except the one with ...

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  • 28

    The J. Paul Getty Museum

    5
    6 reviews

    The Getty Museum is an impressive architectural structure housing a lovely collection of artwork. It is definitely worthwhile visiting while in L.A. You have a wonderful view of the city and beaches from the center and marvel at the beauty both indoors and out. Plan ahead and make reservations.

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  • 29

    Chicken Boy

    5
    2 reviews

    22-feet-tall, half man/half chicken, recognized by Governor Schwarzenegger with a historic preservation award... Statue of Liberty of Los Angeles? I think so.

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  • 30

    EightyTwo

    4
    19 reviews

    How cool is this? Just like how we imagined after high school to be in an arcade and be able to drink beer. It would have been dangerous back in the day but in a bar setting, why not? Cheers!!

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  • 31

    Museum of Contemporary Art

    4
    9 reviews

    The MOCA is a place that will alienate some and elate others. This museum lives up to its name. It's full of TRULY contemporary art. I'm an art nerd and there are pieces that I'll admit I didn't "get" but wow, what a sensory overload! The gallery space is small so you won't feel overwhelmed. A couple of hours is ...

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  • 32

    La Descarga

    4.5
    6 reviews

    I was so thrilled when I found La Descarga all thanks to yelp!!! After exploring a wondrous bar with a hidden door in New York (called PDT), I figured LA must have something similar as well. La Descarga is a speakeasy cuban bar/lounge with exceptional cocktail drinks, a cigar lounge, a hostess that'll personally welcome you, salsa dancing, live music, ...

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  • 33

    Skirball Cultural Center

    4
    2 reviews

    I want to take my best friends kids here someday! Even if you're not religious it is a fun place to go at least once (with kids). I appreciate the creative interaction they have at Noah's Ark. They even have an art studio for them!!! I may be a little bias for giving them 4 stars instead of 3. I ...

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  • 34

    The Satellite

    4.5
    7 reviews

    When you walk in it literally feels like you've traveled back in time to an 80s prom, the venue is a great music venue tho definitely worth checking out if you have the time!

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  • 35

    Pattern Bar

    4
    4 reviews

    Open, airy and intimate bar located in the heart of fashion district. Bonus point for tying in the theme to the location :) The interior is well designed and I'm digging their logo. Chill hipster ambience at night time. Their signature cocktail drinks are named after famous fashion designers, i.e. Dior, Chanel, McQueen! I'm rating them for the bar scene, ...

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  • 36

    The Must

    4.5
    3 reviews

    Great place to enjoy a nice glass of sangria on a sunny day. The restaurant is located in downtown LA. First time I was here was on easter Sunday. They hid a lot of plastic eggs with candies and some had tickets for a free glass of wine/beer/shot. Great place to hang out with friends or go on a date. ...

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  • 37

    Olvera Street

    4
    35 reviews

    This is the origins of the City of Los Angeles. Drive or take the train from Pasadena to Union Station. Walk across the street and you are there. Walk a little further and you are in Chinatown.

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  • 38

    Q POP shop and mini gallery

    4
    2 reviews

    I've been to this shop before to windowshop but haven't bought anything recently until the most recent art exhibition show they had with japanese artist KONATSUYA. She designed a cat kaiju toy that won awards and the show focused around other artists contributing their designs onto the blank cat toy. Amazing! (see my photo collage of favorites) There were other ...

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  • 39

    Los Angeles City Hall

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Completed in 1928, City Hall's architect used a classical temple as inspiration for a base that supports a 28-story tower that has become a symbol of the city. The interior public spaces are Byzantine in ornamentation. A cynic might suggest that Los Angeles's administrative structure and often, its politics, are equally Byzantine.

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  • 40

    Staples Center

    4.5
    81 reviews

    Quoting fellow Yelper Chris C. "Los Angeles is the Entertainment Capital of the World." Its so very true. I've been to Staples Center for so many different events, ranging from basketballs games to circuses. Every time I hear we're going to the Staples Center (for whichever event it may be) I perk up like a child who's just heard we're ...

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