When the East Coast settles into winter temperatures, there’s really only two ways to deal with it. Go into full-on hibernation mode, or pack a bag and make a run for it. If you’re following me on Social Media, you know by now that I chose the latter – and hopped on a plane to LAX (cue that Miley song).
The last and only time I visited LA was brief, so I was super happy to finally spend some quality time in the City of Angels – both for work and fun. I was determined to explore as many parts of the city as possible, and if I thought my social schedule’s survival was depending on transport in NY, Los Angeles was a whole other story. Getting around in Cali without a car is close to impossible – so Uber will be your best wingman.
Depending on your tolerance for heat (and crowds), LA is always a good idea.
March – May: Spring. Long sleeves morning and night, but most afternoons will be warm enough for the beach.
June – August: Summer is peak season, it’s hot and busy, but for good reason.
September – November: Similar temperatures to Spring, incredible sunsets.
December – Feb: “Winter” Hardly though. No parka needed.
Malibu Farm 23000 Pacific Coast Hwy
Pizzana 3510 Sunset Boulevard
Republique 624 South La Brea
SUGARFISH (Sushi) multiple locations
Mixed Company 3903 W Sunset Blvd.
PYT (Vegetarian) 400 S. Main Street
Botanica 1620 Silver Lake Blvd
Pink Taco 88 Sunset Blvd.
Cafe Birdie 5631 N. Figueroa Street
Leona 123 Washington Boulevard