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Your Self Guided Walking Grand Central Market Food Tour

Posted by Avital Ungar on 04.25.18

Opened in 1917, Grand Central Market is a historic downtown landmark and Los Angeles’ oldest and largest public market. Throughout the last few years, downtown Los Angeles has been going through a revitalization and Grand Central Market is the perfect place to experience the city’s unique and rich diversity. Neon... Read More

7 Best Team Building Activities for Companies in LA

Posted by Avital Ungar on 10.28.16

Anyone who lives in Los Angeles knows that it is quite a feat to get westside and eastside coworkers to all come together in one place, especially after work hours. These 7 team building activities for companies in LA will definitely motivate your coworkers to put on something other than... Read More

The 10 Best California Tour Ideas

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Posted by Avital Ungar on 08.30.16

Most visitors to California spend at least sometime driving along the Pacific Coast Highway (which is also known as Highway 1). Between San Diego and San Francisco there are dozens of stops to make and it can be overwhelming to plans. These California tours can help break up a trip... Read More

Peddler’s Creamery Los Angeles One Day Itinerary

Los Angeles One Day Itinerary Peddlers Creamery

Posted by Avital Ungar on 04.19.16

Peddler’s Creamery is an innovative ice cream scoop shop in Downtown LA where all the ice is churned in house by bicycle. Combining owner Edward Belden’s love of cycling and ice cream, he enjoys the outdoors and shares his environmentally friendly Los Angeles One Day Itinerary with you. Edward’s Los... Read More

5 Best Vegan Restaurants in Los Angeles and the Rise of Vegan Culture

Rise of Vegan Cuisine in Los Angeles and 5 Best Vegan Restaurants to Eat At

Posted by Avital Ungar on 01.15.16

All stereotypes aside, New England has a much longer and more profound history of veganism than California. After all, there were actual vegan colonies in Massachusetts way back in the 1800s. But it could be argued that Los Angeles is where the practice of avoiding all animal products was perfected.... Read More

Invented in Los Angeles: The French Dip Sandwich and 5 Places to Eat It

French Dip Sandwich and 5 Best places to eat it

Posted by Avital Ungar on 01.13.16

The invention of the French dip sandwich is one of L.A.’s most hotly contested culinary legends. Some people say it was invented at Philippe’s, the cheap Chinatown restaurant especially popular among city workers and Dodgers fans. Others maintain the honor goes to Cole’s, the former check-cashing/electric utility/train station that now... Read More