Tips and Articles for Los Angeles

Lisa Eisner

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... Read More

The ConceptAn all-suite retreat with show-stopping contemporary design and a lounge-y “Living Room” lobby with live DJs.The LocationAlthough it’s billed... Read More

With more than 128,000 pieces of art in their encyclopedic collection, it can be a task navigating a day at LACMA. Here are some tips from a local on... Read More

Though Los Angeles is something of a self-promoting company town, not everyone in the city is obsessed with seeing the latest Hollywood 3-D blockbuster... Read More

The ConceptHollywood glamour meets beach house chic in 32 poolside bungalows, circa 1938, reconceived for 2015 by celebrated Los Angeles interior... Read More

Isaia—the luxury menswear line based in Naples, Italy, that has suited up the likes of Robert Downey, Jr., Matt Damon, and Matt Bomer—has just opened... Read More

The Edward Larrabee Barnes-designed home of the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles is architecturally remarkable only in its anonymity: perched on a sloping... Read More

The South Bay has been oft-overlooked when compared to its hipper, more heavily visited Northerly neighbors like Venice Beach and Santa Monica, but... Read More

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

Happy birthday, Bugs Bunny!Today marks that wascally wabbit’s 75th anniversary after making his debut opposite Elmer Fudd in the cartoon “Wild Hare,”... Read More

Why open another vegan restaurant in an area that’s full of them already?Oddly enough, most existing spots tend to go very upscale. There’s Crossroads ... 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 MonicaFew things beat slurping down oysters while overlooking the Santa Monica sunset swaddled in Mexican blankets at this... Read More

What destination are you obsessed with right now?I was just in Cartagena—my current favorite place in the world. We’re converting a 14th-century... 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

Broad Museum, Los AngelesDowntown L.A.’s much-anticipated Diller, Scofidio & Renfro–designed building is making news for both its stellar... 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

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