They're all ranked from one to five, with a one being a suuuuuper-easy hike, and five being just a little bit not-easier.
For both the new transplant in the city, and the longtime local who plainly just loves food, Six Taste’s walking tours hit up five or six different spots in one tour, focusing on the most edible and historical highlights of neighborhoods all over LA.
The Passage is a weekly bike ride that starts and ends at a donut shop (score! Even if you’ve only been on pony rides as a kid, you can still saddle up for a guided horseback ride through the trails of Griffith Park with totally ridiculous views of the city. ), but if you want to really impress a date, Highland Park Bowl is where it’s at.
), and along the way aims to hit unexplored parts of LA -- sometimes hitting pool halls, bowling alleys, and karaoke along the way. And on Saturdays, the ride ends with a big-ass BBQ (! This historic joint has been open since the Prohibition era and was the former home to punk rock venue Mr. The revamped alley’s been given a glam makeover that melds the old with the new, like a recovered mural from the 1930s, chandeliers made of vintage pin-setters, and some seriously good wood-fired pizzas and craft cocktails.
Whether you consider yourself a Top Chef or a Boyardee Chef, your cooking game can always use some refining.
From Silver Lake to Santa Monica, you’ll find hillside neighborhoods with shortcuts dipping up and down random sets of stairs -- something Angelenos used to use back in the day, many for the sadly defunct streetcars.A few years back there were only a scant number of LA bars with secret entrances and special passwords (like “ET phone home”). ) got even cooler this month when it opened its new restaurant, Maple (run by hotshot Patina Group), where you can get righteous weekend brunch dishes like fried chicken and beignets or .Now we have so many (23 of the best ones are detailed here) that you and your date could even do a bar crawl visiting these watering holes. As an added bonus, the restaurant will be open for dinner service as a pop-up from November 25th to January 8th during the Descanso Gardens’ Enchanted: Forest of Light ticketed event -- a crazy one-mile light display through the grounds -- which could become a “light show & chill” sort of thing, if you know what we’re saying.) and have fun figuring out the route and discovering some cool views and architecture porn along the way.If the date’s going well, extend it a little further with a bite to eat at nearby Beachwood Cafe, which just so happens to be owned by Watts Towers is unlike anything else you’ll see around LA.
So you swiped right and dinner-and-a-movie dates just aren’t cutting it anymore.