Los Angeles like many cities has ethnic districts, but has one of the only three official Japantowns in the United States (the other two are in San Francisco and San Jose). At one point, Little Tokyo had approximately 30,000 Japanese…Read more.
How many delis get featured in Vanity Fair? Well, hidden in Beverly Hills, just a block from the world famous Rodeo Drive is a modest little deli, which on first glance you’d never guest is a hangout for Los Angeles…Read more.
The Millennium Biltmore Hotel (506 S Grand Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90071) in downtown Los Angeles is perfect location for nibbling on some delicate finger sandwiches, scones and cream puffs. When it opened in 1923, the Spanish-Italian Renaissance style hotel was the…Read more.
If you prefer the kind of stars that light up the sky rather than the screen, then head out to Venice in Los Angeles. Local’s lovingly refer to the area as the place where ‘art meets crime’ but really, it’s just…Read more.
Where else in the world but in Los Angeles can you ice skate past a palm tree? Los Angeles has a couple of places you can enjoy skating outdoors this holiday season. Santa Monica’s ICE (1324 5th St, Santa Monica,…Read more.
Dear Weekendtrips.com readers, With the holiday season upon us, there is no better time to remember the important things and at the forefront of that is family and friends. Wishing you the best of this holiday season from my family…Read more.