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Church & State New Year's Eve Champagne

The Best New Year's Eve Specials at Los Angeles Restaurants

12/16/2015

dine L.A.

Restaurants across Los Angeles are welcoming the new year with lavish feasts and flowing bottles of champagne. The endless New Year’s Eve dining options feature global cuisines in every type of setting, from romantic dinners to extravagant events with cocktails, music and more. Read on for our guide to the best places in L.A. to dine on New Year’s Eve and ring in 2019.

Mr. Little Jeans performs at N.Y.E.L.A. at Grand Park

The Best New Year's Eve Concerts & Special Events in Los Angeles

12/09/2015

Discover Los Angeles

From elegant affairs to massive dance parties, Los Angeles is ready to ring in 2019 with some of the best New Year’s Eve events in the country. Read our round up for the best concerts and special events to say farewell to 2018 and welcome the new year.

Go Metro: all Metro Rail lines, plus Orange and Silver Lines, will run 24 hours on New Year's Eve with free fares from 9 p.m. on Dec. 31 to 2 a.m. on Jan. 1.

"The Vortex" at Exchange LA

The Best New Year's Eve Parties at Los Angeles Bars & Clubs

12/09/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Raise a glass to 2019 and dance the night away to world-class DJs! Read on for our guide to New Year’s Eve events taking place at L.A.’s top bars, lounges and dance clubs. All events are 21 and over unless otherwise noted.

Go Metro: all Metro Rail lines, plus Orange and Silver Lines, will run 24 hours on New Year's Eve with free fares from 9 p.m. on Dec. 31 to 2 a.m. on Jan. 1.

Herringbone Santa Monica

The Guide to "Top Chef" Restaurants in Los Angeles

12/08/2015

Joshua Lurie

Top Chef, Bravo’s competitive cooking show that’s hosted by legendary judges like Tom Colicchio, Padma Lakshmi, Gail Simmons and Emeril Lagasse, has built quite a legacy. L.A. alone has fielded a wealth of culinary talent in the show’s 13 seasons, including three champions: Ilan Hall, Michael Voltaggio and Mei Lin. In total, 16 Top Chef “cheftestants” currently run kitchens at 23 Los Angeles restaurants. Several other chefs are between gigs, successful caterers, moved on from L.A., or no longer cook. Learn about where to find your favorite chefs from the high-drama show.

Pork shank at Birch

The dineL.A. Guide to Hollywood

11/30/2015

dine L.A.

Like a great actor, Hollywood is constantly reinventing itself. At various times, it’s been known as the home of pioneering movie studios, the Academy Awards, Art Deco treasures and a thriving nightlife scene. In recent years, Tinseltown has also become a vital dining destination. From a landmark of Hollywood’s Golden Age to Michelin stars and modernist cuisine, read on for the best restaurants in Hollywood.

"Red Carpet Moment" at L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

Awards Season Hotel Packages in Los Angeles

11/30/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Nothing compares to experiencing Los Angeles is at its most stylish and glamorous during Awards Season, which ramps up with the turn of the new year and runs through February. Some of the most prestigious awards shows take place during this exciting time of year, including The Golden Globes, The GRAMMYs and The Oscars®. Awards Season is an ideal time for those dazzled by the industry to plan a trip to the City of Angels. From stylish viewing parties and VIP pampering experiences to soaking up the city’s palpable buzz, visiting L.A. during Awards Season is a must. Read on for Los Angeles hotels offering Awards Season room packages and luxury experiences.

Grilled Porterhouse at STK Los Angeles

Great Places to Eat Near UCLA

11/20/2015

Joshua Lurie

Westwood Village now offers plenty of interesting dining options. You’ll also find great Persian food and some modern restaurants south of Wilshire, but for the purposes of this story, we’re sticking north of Wilshire in Westwood Village. Learn about 14 of our favorite area restaurants, most of which are within walking distance of UCLA’s campus.

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