You can reminisce about your voyage afterward while grabbing coffee and delicious bites at Beacon, the new spot at the boathouse.
We’ve highlighted 20 of our favorite restaurants with outdoor patios here, from a sweet rooftop bar with Fijian food to poolside dining at a swanky ‘60s-style hotel.Watts Towers is unlike anything else you’ll see around LA.” We don’t want to spoil it for you, but all we can say is go in with an open mind and just know you’re in for a fun and delightfully unsettling time. ) got even cooler when it opened its new restaurant, Maple (run by hotshot Patina Group), where you can get lunch and a righteous weekend brunch with dishes like fried chicken and beignets or huevos rancheros.An added perk is that you get to end your visit with a trip to the rooftop garden where you can have tea and cookies… As an added bonus, the restaurant will be open for dinner service as a pop-up from November 19 to January 8, 2018 (closed some nights, so check the website) during the Descanso Gardens’ Enchanted: Forest of Light ticketed event -- a crazy 1-mile light display through the grounds -- which could become a “light show & chill” sort of thing, if you know what we’re saying.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.
Your roller-skating skills are definitely shaky (get it? ), but struggling to stay upright while holding onto your date will be way more fun than trying to practice your solo spin move.
Hungry diners can pop in and get a little tipsy with some wine and cocktails, and soak up all that booze with gourmet bites (including truffle burgers and pizzettas with porchetta) for - Tuesdays through Saturdays from 4-7pm.
Take to the high seas (aka the relatively newly renovated Echo Park Lake) for some side-by-side paddle boating -- or, if you’re feeling fancy, splurge for the guided gondola ride.
), and along the way aims to hit unexplored parts of LA -- sometimes hitting pool halls, bowling alleys, and karaoke along the way. Barnsdall Art Park is one of the most underrated spots in LA to get a gorgeous view of the city and some culture under your belt.
For the architecture buffs, Frank Lloyd Wright’s first-ever LA project, Hollyhock House, sits on this hilltop and is open for viewing with the purchase of a ticket Thursdays to Sundays.
There’s something for everyone here, from urban explorers and foodies to artsy types and history buffs -- and to top it off, we’ll even let you take all the credit.