Double-Double Animal Style with Animal Style fries at In-N-Out

The Best Things to Do Near In-N-Out Burgers in L.A.

04/26/2017

Discover Los Angeles

Founded in Baldwin Park in 1948, In-N-Out Burger became a cult favorite in Southern California and has grown to more than 300 locations across the West Coast and Southwest. Celebrity fans include Tom Hanks, who told Conan O'Brien on The Tonight Show that In-N-Out is "one of the true great things about Los Angeles." With locations across L.A. County, there's always something to do within a few miles of an In-N-Out. From world-famous attractions to hidden gems, here are the best things to do near In-N-Out-Burger locations in L.A.

Randy's Donuts

Los Angeles All Day and All Night

04/25/2017

Esther Tseng

Los Angeles is a place filled with opportunity. No matter what you may want to eat or want to have done, there’s always somewhere in this city that you can get it. The melding of different cultures represented by all the various neighborhoods means that every community is bringing something to the table, making the city more than the sum of its parts.

In the wee hours of the night, however, our choices become quite a bit more scarce outside of normal business hours. So it proves helpful to know just which businesses are open 24 hours during one of your odd hour cravings. Whether you’re in the mood for Korean food, donuts, the spa, a chili burger, or even bowling, we’ve got a list of places where you can get just that no matter what time of day it is.

Special event at The Studios at Paramount. Photo courtesy of The Studios at Paramount.

Los Angeles Movie Studios that Double as Event Space

04/24/2017

Los Angeles has long been synonymous with the film and TV industry. As the Entertainment Capital of the World, L.A. is home to a number of well-known movie studios that have served as the backdrop to countless movies and TV shows. But these studios are not just for the movies! Backlots, sound stages and antique sets can all be unique backgrounds for your next event. Read on for our guide to L.A. movie studios that double as event space.

Turkish-ish Breakfast at Kismet

Discover the New Wave of Modern Middle Eastern Restaurants In Los Angeles

04/23/2017

Karen Young

Middle Eastern cuisine has recently expanded from "mom and pops" and into James Beard Award-winning mainstream restaurants. Hummus and pita were the first crossovers to appear on menus at large chains; kabobs and falafels are becoming as familiar as spaghetti and meatballs; and a popular Middle Eastern breakfast dish, shakshuka - eggs baked in a spicy tomato/pepper sauce - now appears on menus alongside pancakes and French toast.

Spices such as sumac, za’atar, dukkah and harissa are now listed in menus. Other notable ingredients include freekah, an ancient whole-wheat grain poised to be the new quinoa; labneh (yogurt cheese) is featured as a topping, creamy mix-in, or dessert base; and pomegranates are used for its seeds and molasses.

Middle Eastern restaurants have been part of the Los Angeles dining scene for decades. Some of the best eateries in L.A. are located in mini malls and owned by families from Israel, Lebanon, Egypt, Turkey, Armenia, Morocco, Greece, Iran and other countries in the eastern Mediterranean. Meet the chefs and learn about the restaurants at the forefront of the new wave of modern Middle Eastern cuisine in Los Angeles.

Record Store Day 10th anniversary releases at The Record Parlour

Celebrate Record Store Day in Los Angeles

04/19/2017

Liz Ohanesian

For this 10th anniversary year, the official Record Store Day releases include everything from a live David Bowie album to the "Space Jam" soundtrack. Read on for highights of the Los Angeles stores participating in Record Store Day on Saturday, April 22.

News & Notes - April 2017

04/18/2017

Discover Los Angeles

Discover Los Angeles launched its ‘Everyone is Welcome’ initiative in key international markets. ‘Paper Planes,’ created by Discover L.A.’s in-house creative team, is an inspirational journey that takes viewers through the streets and shores of Los Angeles. Set to the soundtrack of L.A.-local Father John Misty’s song, “Real Love Baby,” it features cameos of famed street art by Shepard Fairey and DourOne; Madonna’s choreographer Megan Lawson and dancer, Jo’Artis Ratti (Big Mijo); and, Layla Shaikely, creator of the #mipsterz (Muslim hipsters) trend. Half of the cast for the video were literally chosen on the streets of L.A., in real-time. The spot delivers an authentic message of hope, wonder and the destination’s willingness to accept everyone with open arms.

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