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    P.U.M.P. Lounge

    4.5
    3 reviews

    Let's be clear here; Lisa Vanderpump can do no wrong. And Brandi and Yoyo never should have ganged up on her at that reunion! But RHOBH drama is neither here nor there, except for when the cameras are rolling here at P.U.M.P.! Vanderpump's third LA property is less "Beverly Hills chi-chi-chi, darling" and more boys, boys, boys! The Abbey had ...

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    Tin Lizzie Saloon

    4
    5 reviews

    A little camp, a little alternative, and a little plush. The Tin Lizzie Saloon is nothing to write home about for this San Francisco resident, but what it lacks in substance it makes up for in charm. A relatively small bar with a chill crowd and strong drinks. It's Orange County after all; I wasn't expecting all that much to ...

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    Abbot Kinney Blvd

    4.5
    48 reviews

    In any other city but LA, this charming strip of shops (Gant, Alternative Apparel), boutiques (Me. Steves Beauty Cottage, Aesop), and galleries (G2, Hamilton Press) would be THE STRIP, and celebrated as such. But in LA, the shopping cup truly spilleth over, and Abboy Kinney somehow manages to sneak by as one of the lesser sung hotspots in town. Skip ...

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  • 4

    Disneyland

    4.5
    451 reviews

    disneyland is indeed the happiest place on earth. being a native san diegan we used to take the train when it opens and go straight to tommorrowland as they will end up with the longest lines so that way you get there quicker usually. for food i have found that the best price food is right by the mark twain ...

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    Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea

    4.5
    29 reviews

    Of my three favorite coffee brands that I seek out in all of my American travels (Stumptown. Blue Bottle and Intelligentsia), this one is by far the most elaborate. If you don't have 45 minutes to devote to a cup of coffee, then this is most certainly not the spot for you. The line alone at this particular cafe can ...

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    Aladdin Disneyland

    4.5
    7 reviews

    orld Travel List. 25,000 avid travelers follow World Travel List on Facebook. 2500 written travel pieces are up on www.trip.worldtravellist.com. I am creating a social platform for the travel industry and world travelers where experts and travelers can create an account add blogs, photos, videos, review and recommend, along with booking engines. My tour operator partner is Adventure Link, with ...

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    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    4.5
    94 reviews

    Chris Urban's iconic entrance to the Los Angeles Country Museum of Art has become such an icon in its own right, that attendance to just the 202 lamppost installation far supersedes that of the museum itself. You'll recognize these white towering posts from, ohhhhh, music videos, movies, commercials, television shows, and the Instagram feeds of every single one of your ...

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  • 8

    Little Tokyo

    4
    38 reviews

    One of my foodie paradise destination. Great place to lounge around and enjoy the street performers going crazy on the shamisen (it's like a Japanese banjo... But not... Hope that makes sense). Parking is a hit on miss. You get your parking validated if you park in the little Tokyo mall and buy something at nijiya, Japanese supermarket. Or look ...

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  • 9

    Venice Farmer's Market

    5
    3 reviews

    Dinner is served! Or lunch or breakfast or your afternoon snack, for that matter. I usually stay in an Airbnb in Venice when I'm visiting LA, largely so I can eat my way through the very best farmer's market in the country. The berries are bursting with flavor, the break is fresh from the kilns, and the cheeses and honeys ...

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  • 10

    Rothick Art Haus

    5
    2 reviews

    Came here for the sailormoon tribute art show that's going on until August 30th, 2014. The room is small but they had enough space to add a lot of art in the gallery. Parking: We got lucky and found free street parking near by. Staff: Very sweet and helpful. I was holding onto an artwork I purchased and they offered ...

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  • 11

    West Hollywood Costume Carnival

    5
    2 reviews

    This was by far one of the funnest Halloween Experience ever! I just love all the out of the world costume and filling like a celebrity for the constant stop for photos! its just awesome! biggest problem was the traffic getting there as well as parking! So make sure you either go early or have a friend that lives close ...

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  • 12

    Santa Monica Pier

    4
    204 reviews

    Came here today for a gogobot event! Sad I missed it last year, but super glad they did it this year! Every Thursday this summer the pier will have live outdoor music until 10pm. People can show up early and claim a spot, picnic and relax. Booze isn't allowed, you ll see a lot of cops walking around during the ...

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    VLVT | Velvet Lounge

    4
    4 reviews

    Draaaaag Brunnnnnch!!!!! Found a great deal on living social. Unfortunately there was a slight miscommunication on making a reservation for six so we ended up doing a walkin. Had to bug the host until another staff was kind enough to set a spot up for us in the bar area. Parking: free parking on birch and third Street. Service : ...

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  • 14

    Bardot

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Mr. Black takes place every Tuesday at Bardot. The space is cavernous and comes equipped with a lounge, restaurant, bar, and dance floor. The vibe is more underground than LA muscle boy. The kind of place where anyone can feel at home. Great people watching and a friendly crowd. Think Party Monster without the drugs, Macaulay Culkin, or the attitude.

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    The Grove

    4
    124 reviews

    Minnesota is full of lies! The REAL Mall of America is nestled right in the heart of Los Angeles. The Grove, with its over-the-top opulence and unending maze of cashiers eager to take your money, is both LA and America condensed down into a single commercial real estate project. Mario Lopez films Extra here daily (Spoiler alert: He's tiny!), and ...

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  • 16

    Avalon Hollywood

    3.5
    16 reviews

    I use to go here at least twice a month for a year in 2010 :) I'm not sure how it is right now, but I'm guessing price for cover went up. Parking: I always park on the street parallel to avalon near pantages because it's usually cheaper. Bathroom: Second floor bathroom is cleaner and shorter line. If you're waiting ...

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  • 17

    Micky's

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Micky's is def the place to be for a fun filled Wed night! I haven't gone gay clubbing for awhile and always thought Rage was the place to be but we literally walked in and right out... trotted over to Micky's and was deemed this to be the fairest land of all. Boys in cages, stage and showers.. oh my! ...

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  • 18

    Runyon Canyon Park

    4.5
    61 reviews

    Hiking, people watching, and dogs! When my agent called me to find out if I'd settle for 1.3 instead of a 1.5 million dollar contract, I said, "Let me think about it; meet me at Runyon Canyon so I can get in touch with nature and discuss business at the same time. " Ok, not really, but if I had ...

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  • 19

    IRIS by Cirque du Soleil

    5
    10 reviews

    Great theatre with a great view from every seat. The show extends beyond the stage, bringing the stage out among and above the audience! This show had it all! A show within a show, with a Hollywood-appropriate cinema theme. Small groups and large groups, moving together, creating intrigue and stories with their movements.Full of moments of wonder as I tried ...

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  • 20

    South Coast Plaza

    4.5
    59 reviews

    This mall has something for everybody!! A must if you're visiting Orange County. It is actually 3 malls in one so be prepared to spend the day. Something for everyone's wallet.

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