March 7th, 2008, 02:09 AM #11
Rent a car and get out of the immediate airport area! There is nothing to do there, and it's kind of a shady area. The only people walking on Century Bl will be office workers on their lunch break, and touristsl!
***Close things to do in the South Bay (super close to the airport) are:
See the Canadiens practice (at the Kings practice rink, Toyota Sports Center).
Day Calendar | Toyota Sports Center
Grab a pizza at Valentnos.
Valentinos Pizza, Manhattan Beach, CA : reviews
Then hit Redondo Beach Pier.
Redondo Beach Pier, Redondo Beach, CA : reviews
***Things to do in the Westside are:
Grab a killer pastrami and fries at Johnnie's.
Johnnie's Pastrami, Culver City, CA : reviews
About 15 bucks for a pastrami and fries. A little expensive, but GOOD!
You can grab some Mexican food at Tito's Tacos (which is directly behind Johnnie's, to the right)
Tito's Tacos, Culver City, CA : reviews
I like the tacos and the salsa is not hot! Cheaper than Johnnie's for sure! Can't go wrong with either!
Then hit up Santa Monica Pier.
Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA : reviews
There is an arcade and roller coaster there. It's fun for kids... young and old!
Two blocks to the east of the pier is the Third Street Promenade. Lots of shops, restaurants, people, and homeless to check out.
***Things to do in Hollywood are:
Go see Grauman's Chinese Theater (and lots of tourists).
Mann Grauman's Chinese, Hollywood, CA : reviews
An intersting mix of people here, loads of tourists. There's even sightseeing bus tours available. Kind of a b**** to get there, though! I'd try to stick to the streets. Maybe take LaBrea Ave all the way to Hollywood Bl (then you can really tell your friends that you've "SEEN" LA).
---Try parking in the underground parking lot on Sycamore Ave just south of Hollywood Bl (first building on the right). Sycamore is 1 block east of LaBrea.
Then hit up a club/show at night.
Punk Clubs in Hollywood, CA
Sorry, I'm too old for any recommendations!
Traffic usually sucks getting back to the airport on the 405 freeway from about 3-6pm (especially on Friday)... but that's the way it is. Also carry a few bucks in quarters for any parking meters you might run into. City of LA is always writing tickets...especially in Hollywood!
Oh yeah, I like horse racing. Santa Anita is running tomorrow and the San Gabriel Mountains make a great background for a day at the races... especially on a clear day! Just seems very "California" to me.
Santa Anita Race Track
Enjoy your day in LA and have a good time!
Hope these suggestions help!
Last edited by four-hand; March 7th, 2008 at 02:12 AM.
March 7th, 2008, 02:15 PM #12
Your priorities are all of out whack. Your question should be "who to do in LA?"
March 7th, 2008, 05:10 PM #13
Stay away from the beach, it get a little cold there. lower 70's
Also stay away from the mountains there are crazy people that go there and come down the snow on skateboards or something like that, plus it' real cold there. mid 40's
Also stay away from Hollywood, but if you find yourself there go to Melrose, cool shops there. Night clubs try Sunset for them, look for the people that dress like you to know if it is something you might like.
But the best thing would be to come to the KINGS game and hang out with the LA hockey fans, were in last place but we still go to the games and have fun.
Look for me I'll be wearing my Kings Jersey. Tom
March 7th, 2008, 05:17 PM #14
4 Play Gentleman's Club
2238 Cotner Ave , Los Angeles , CA , 90064
Upscale, all-nude exotic dancing club offers private stages, couch and bed dances, food service, bachelor parties, after-hours entertainment, more.
11637 W Pico Blvd , Los Angeles , CA , 90064
Gentlemen's club features Go Go dancers, live music, cigars, and a full menu featuring steak and seafood served late.
The Body Shop
8250 W Sunset Blvd , West Hollywood , CA , 90046-2498
Jumbo's Clown Room
5153 Hollywood Blvd , Los Angeles , CA , 90027
Hollywood dive turned rock-and-roll bikini bar offers full bar, two private dance booths and occasional live music events.
4600 Hollywood Blvd , Los Angeles , CA , 90027
1751 E Olympic Blvd , Los Angeles , CA , 90021-1925
7180 W Sunset Blvd , Los Angeles , CA , 90046
Deja VU Showgirls
7350 Coldwater Canyon Ave , North Hollywood , CA , 91605
11434 W Pico Blvd , Los Angeles , CA , 90064
Star Strip Too
2470 Fletcher Dr , Los Angeles , CA , 90039-2802
March 7th, 2008, 06:20 PM #15
All nude=NO BOOZE
Originally Posted by BIG JOE
Gentlemens Club=NO BOOZE
So just go to Cheetahs, it's nice peeler bar...could NOT be farther away from your hotel. Be sure to rent a helicopter.
Jumbos is where Courtney Love danced before she married Falling James form The Leaving Trains (who? yeah, anulled I think, who cares...).
March 7th, 2008, 06:33 PM #16
But I want to see some snatch !
Originally Posted by mcsorleyminute
March 7th, 2008, 10:33 PM #17
Originally Posted by SirJW
Wish i would have seen this thread earlier, i woulda recomended this, im friends with The Darlings and they are actually very good, if youre into Social D., Rancid, Tiger Army etc.
March 7th, 2008, 10:51 PM #18
Originally Posted by BIG JOE
I will say this: The Haufbrau rules.
Do they still have $10 lapdances?
March 8th, 2008, 09:05 AM #19
The meer suggestion of mcsorleyminute getting a lapdance makes my pants get tighter...
March 12th, 2008, 03:34 PM #20
I like how this thread is still going even though the guy isn't even in L.A. anymore... here I'll help...