Dodger Stadium

  Most baseball stadiums are pretty similar and straight forward, so notes on my first experience at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles are brief. I am personally not a huge baseball fan (if I’m spending money on season tickets it would be for basketball over baseball), but I am not one to turn down free … More Dodger Stadium

“That’s From Disneyland” Pop Up Exhibit

I assume anything with “Disney” in the title is associated with lots of money, so when I heard there was something associated with Disney for free I was immediately suspicious. However, I still had to investigate when it is basically in my backyard. In Sherman Oaks, California, a town in the valley above Bel Air … More “That’s From Disneyland” Pop Up Exhibit

Eggslut

My favorite meal has always been breakfast, so when I first moved to LA and heard about a place with the best breakfast sandwiches it was immediately on my radar. The closest Eggslut to where I was living downtown was located at the Grand Central Market, which meant there was always a very long line, … More Eggslut

Eataly (Los Angeles)

I was expecting to be underwhelmed by the Eataly that recently opened in Los Angeles, so of course I actually ended up being impressed (usually I visit a new place and have high expectations and then I am disappointed, so maybe I should start lowering my expectations). Eataly takes up two floors in the Westfield … More Eataly (Los Angeles)

Angels Flight

I just happened upon Angels Flight while walking around downtown Los Angeles, as it is located near the Grand Central Market. Angels Flight Railway is recognized as a historic landmark in Los Angeles and according to their website it is the “world’s shortest railway.”  I probably would not have given it a second glance, except I … More Angels Flight