1 of best views of LA is on top of Grove parking structure: a panorama of the whole city. After 7pm, swing thru Taco Bell at 8440 Beverly Blvd & checkin via 4sq 4 a chance to win Warped Tour tickets! Read more.
When you need a home-run 1-stop shop for a perfect vintage look or an utterly unique item, come here 1st. The owner, Wendy, & the whole staff guide you to exactly what you need. For real. Read more.
Cinespia's outdoor movie screenings are here all summer, & Masonic Lodge on the grounds is a spooky evocative place to see bands. Don’t miss Dia De Los Muertos celebrations here. Read more.
Good place for a casual hang in Hollywood. Beer pong & filet mignon sliders...nuff said. Read more.
This is a classic old-style tiki bar with crazy colorful drinks and awesome atmosphere. Check out the $1 PBRs on Mondays! Read more.
There’s an abandoned pool hidden up in the canyon full of colorful graffiti writing. It's hard to find but a fun place to explore! Read more.
Get hooked up w/Loft passes & watch a show with a birdseye view...Afterwards hit Taco Bell on Beverly & La Cienega-it's open late and you can checkin on 4sq after 7pm to win Vans Warped Tour tickets! Read more.
This summer stop to smell the roses & picnic! And if you checkin via 4sq at The Taco Bell on 27th & Fig... you could instantly win Vans Warped Tour tix!! Read more.
Must-do's: grab some ricotta salata from Monsieur Marcel, warm apple fritter at Bob's Donuts, hot sauce from Light My Fire, and old-fashioned candy from the farm stands. Read more.
This CLASSIC punk venue's been hosting awesome all-ages shows for years and years and shows no sign of stopping. Big thank yous to the founders for bringing the music to the kids. Support this place. Read more.
The OG of swanktastic movie theatres...lots of premieres, but also great spot for under-the-radar films. After yr movie checkin vis 4sq @ Taco Bell on Vine after 7pm & qualify for Warped Tour tickets! Read more.
This club is so dark it feels like it’s always nighttime, even if you’re in there at 11am (which we have been). Perfect for checking out up-and-comers up close and personal. Read more.
FYI: Cash only. Also FYI: Cherry Coca Cola ON TAP. Love this super hip theater with cheap entertainment- always shows great alternative movies, from art house stuff to grindhouse, to cult classics. Read more.
If you wanna see the old heart of the city, this is it--part of the original brick pueblo that founded Los Angeles. Don’t miss the margaritas & guacamole at La Golondrina! Read more.
Walk your dog here or take a yoga class, but we have the most fun heading up to the abandoned tennis court & playing a few games with our friends. Read more.
Every view here is a good one, the venue's so small. Try the pizza...it's awesome! Really! Read more.
We love this totally re-vamped old Hollywood style venue. It's a great place to check out major bands close-up for less money than in LA. Be sure to hang out on the mellow lounge on the roof. Read more.
If you wanna get rly close to yr fave band, skip the LA show & see 'em here—cuz this venue feels so raw & real. It's all ages, so no drinks, but you can grab a beer & BBQ ribs @ Joey's across street. Read more.
The 101 Coffee Shop is a fantastic place for comfort food in the middle of the night or morning-after. We love the mushroom taquitos and the Nut’n’Honey shake, made with peanut butter & honey. Nom. Read more.
They’re an institution! We like the Guadalajara Dog, made with relish, onions & tomatoes, and topped with sour cream. Read more.
Solid bands play here regularly, and how often can you get amazing mac'n'cheese along with great SoCal rock'n'roll?! Pro-Only Tip: Try the "Dirty Blonde Groupie" shot (SoCo, peach liqueur, pineapple). Read more.
Peek into the elaborate art-deco Bradbury Building across the street, featured in Blade Runner! Read more.
Free Yoga Sessions on The Pier Saturday Mornings at 8:30 - details at 987fm.com. Read more.
98-7 loves the patio at Hurricane’s. Perfect for a DITCH FRIDAY. Have a Margarita - and watch the sunset. Read more.
These real canals date from 1905 when tobacco millionaire Abbot Kinney (yes, as in the street) dug them as part of a vast resort town he modeled after Venice, Italy. Read more.