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What exactly is Fijian cuisine? At the new Asian-South Pacific eatery E.P. & L.P., chef Louis Tikaram, the Fijian-Chinese-Indian recipient of the 2014 Josephine Pignolet Young Chef of the Year, dishes up Kakoda, Baja rock shrimp, and seaweed cevic...
Los Angeles’ famed taco trucks and Korean barbecue-mobiles fueled an insatiable desire for gourmet, street-food restaurants. The city’s latest arrivals—Sambar in Culver City and Badmaash in downtown L.A.—serve intriguing takes on popular Indian fa...
Finding a souvenir of the great hotel where you just stayed is getting harder all the time. Ashtrays and matchbooks are taboo, and bathrobes and baseball caps feel passé. Color postcards, once a staple at even the most basic motel, are becoming a ...
It will cost Los Angeles around $4.6 billion to host the 2024 Olympics, if the math done by the nonprofit group working to bring the global sports event to the city is accurate. A budget listed inside a draft book released by LA24 also estimate...
Starting on August 31st, contemporary art fans will be able to claim the free tickets to Los Angeles' new art museum, The Broad. The space, which was designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro—the same group behind the U.S. Olympic Museum in Colorado Sp...
The latest addition to the residential hotel trend is pushing the limits luxury. The Four Seasons has just announced plans to open a 12-story condo building called the Four Seasons Private Residences-Los Angeles, across the street from the Four Se...
Tourists flock to Los Angeles for a behind-the-scenes peek at the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, but there’s so much more to this SoCal city beyond the Walk of Fame, stargazing on Sunset Strip, or window shopping the designer boutiques on Rodeo D...
As befits its reputation, Beverly Hills spoils its visitors with luxury lodgings. In addition to the classic Beverly Hills Hotel, the city flies the flag for the Peninsula, Four Seasons, Montage, Viceroy, Thompson, Luxe and Hilton. Now, Gemstone H...
As it wiggles its way southeastward from Hollywood to downtown L.A. (DTLA, as it’s now known here), Sunset Boulevard is a shambolic stretch of strip malls, fast food joints, auto repair shops and some of the best indie and local label shopping in ...
As it wiggles its way southeastward from Hollywood to downtown L.A. (DTLA, as it’s now known here), Sunset Boulevard is a shambolic stretch of strip malls, fast food joints, auto repair shops and some of the best indie and local label shopping in ...
If you've never been to Los Angeles—or even if you have—Ian Wood's aerial footage of the metropolis might be the best way to experience it from afar. Many of the city's landmarks are included (although a few are unfortunately missed—the Gabba Gall...
Malibu has symbolized sun, fun and celebs for decades, but the region just north of L.A. is also becoming famous for another reason: wine. Malibu is one of the country’s newest AVAs, or American Viticultural Areas. Turns out, up in the hills, ther...
Los Angeles’ Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel has a long and glamorous history. But a new restaurant and an innovative redesign show the iconic hotel is also poised for a fashionable future. The hotel that Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift called ho...
The Concept An all-suite retreat with show-stopping contemporary design and a lounge-y “Living Room” lobby with live DJs. The Location Although it’s billed as the W West Beverly Hills, the hotel—which launched in 1999 as the fifth W in th...
The Concept An all-suite retreat with show-stopping contemporary design and a lounge-y “Living Room” lobby with live DJs. The Location Although it’s billed as the W West Beverly Hills, the hotel—which launched in 1999 as the fifth W in th...