Tips and Articles for Los Angeles

Lisa Eisner

It may seem like the Land of Endless Summers, but there are seasons in Los Angeles. Admittedly, though, they’re marked more by the produce... Read More

Why open another vegan restaurant in an area that’s full of them already? ... Read More

When it opened in 1975, in a converted luxury condominium building that was once the home of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, L’Ermitage Beverly... Read More

First step of a high end, insider’s tour of Los Angeles: rip up that map of celebrity homes. While the most exclusive areas of the city are well known —... Read More

It shouldn't come as a surprise that Venice—the capital of Italy’s Veneto region—sees a huge number of tourists every year. So many, in fact, that the... Read More

If you’re looking to find one of L.A.’s finest bespoke shoemakers while gallivanting along Robertson Boulevard or window-shopping on Rodeo, it’s time to... Read More

Blue Plate Oysterette, Santa Monica ... Read More

It's late on a Wednesday (or is it Thursday by now?) off the Sunset Strip, and I, an early-to-bed bookworm of otherwise modest comportment, am... Read More

Many Angelenos have anxiously awaited the return of chef Bryant Ng’s Southeast Asian-inspired cooking. They’ve been bereft since the closure of his much... Read More

For a decade, there's been one, cranky billionaire refusing to allow a pathway to run through their property to provide more public access to the 1.5... Read More

In Los Angeles, lounging poolside is a year-round past time that gets even better during the summer months—but not all swim spots are created equal.... Read More

Jon & Vinny’s is yet another feather in the cap of the Fairfax District, a quintessentially eclectic L.A. neighborhood characterized by a hodgepodge... Read More

District by district, Downtown L.A. is going through a rebirth, with the Arts District at the height of its renaissance. What started as an urban... Read More

1. It’s helmed by chef Brandon Boudet and Warner Ebbink, who preside over Dominick’s in West Hollywood and Little Dom’s in Los Feliz. MiniBar is a... Read More

The national culinary cognoscenti has been heaping praise on Kris Morningstar for his populist approach at the So-Cal-style brasserie Terrine, where he... Read More

At the recent re-launch of Bootsy Bellows, L.A.’s top burlesque-themed nightclub, the bottle service hostesses donned kitty-cat ears, and the featured... Read More

The London West Hollywood arrived on the local hospitality landscape in 2008 determined to give Tinseltown glitz a polished British elegance: washing... Read More

For a health-conscious town filled with frozen yogurt stands—Pinkberry kick-started the tangy trend here—Los Angeles lately is all about frozen custard,... Read More

The airport responsible for most of our celebrity travel outfit creeping is cutting us off. Delta has put $229 million behind their plans to redesign... Read More

Forget Brooklyn: The Los Angeles County Store (not a supply house for municipal employees) is one-stop shopping for uber-artisanal design—and tucked... Read More

California has always been a bit of an obsession for the tech industry, but most of the attention has been focused in a northerly direction. That’s... Read More

Singer-songwriter and 27-year vegan Moby is joining forces with Anne Thornton, chef and the host of the Food Network show “Dessert First,” to bring a... Read More

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