France's Fête des Lumières Is a Light Festival Unlike Anything You've Ever Seen
One of the most exciting developments to ever hit LA's Japanese cuisine scene, Shunji's blackboard menu proffers unique eats like a martini glass filled with noodles made from ground snapper and purple mashed potatoes. "Bottoms Up" isn't just for drinking anymore.
Sweat Garage is your kitchen-sink workout destination, combining all manner of cardio and strength training into an hour-long high-energy marathon that'll have you running, lifting, jumping rope, and doing both plyometrics and something called "tabata" -- by then you'll be too tired to care that you don't know what it is.
The weather in sunny LA makes for plenty of year-round outdoor dining, and some of the best is at Little Next Door, with its extremely tranquil patio complete with fountain and pond. And if that's not extremely tranquil enough, they also have over eighty-five wines by the glass.
This sustainable Venice-based company's got a schload of fresh, ultra-soft tees sporting designs like a throwback beach scene, an amplifier fitted w/ devil horns, and a bear/deer hybrid they call "The Beer", which you will need if you ever see a bear/deer hybrid.
Offering New American cuisine that will make your mouth foam, The Tasting Kitchen's eclectic offerings range from tempura-fried green beans to an unbeatable brunch featuring bacon- or sausage-stuffed waffles. Beyond the carbs, you'll also find one of LA's most award-winning-est bartenders, Justin Pike.