5 Sensational Blogs about Los Angeles

6 Sensational Blogs about Los AngelesLos Angeles is a fantastic city but unless you know it well can prove a heck of a tough one to explore. Why just stick to the beach and major attractions when there's so much more to see and do? Here are five blogs about LA and by Angelinos to help you make the most of your visit to La La Land! For this list I tried to look past the many big media blogs and all the gossipy celebrity obsessed sites and really try to focus on blogs that offer the best insider perspective for folks visiting from out of town. I hope you find these blogs to be fun and useful reads!

Consuming LA
Hungry? You will be after reading this online ode to the Los Angeles food scene! From the Consuming LA manifesto: “They say that Los Angeles is like Granola, full of nuts and flakes. I say that Los Angeles is like Korean Short Rib Tacos, a harmonious and exciting blend of cultures wrapped in the warmth of the California sun.” Work up your appetite for LA's best din-din at consumingla.com.

Discover Los Angeles
Hosted by the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board, this blog is an excellent resource for California dreaming about your next vacation. The site features plenty of maps, lists, and even tips for notable locals like Magic Johnson, Rob Lowe, Jeff Goldblum and more famed Angelinos. Discover the blog for yourself at discoverlosangeles.com.


LANightLife.com
This interactive online community does a fantastic job providing up-to-date listings and coverage of LA's "hottest parties, concerts, events, local bars, nightclubs, trendy lounges, restaurants and hotels." Be in the know about some of the city's best nightlife. Pay a visit to lanightlife.com.


LA Taco
“Celebrating the taco lifestyle,” this streetwise blog is stuffed full of awesome local happenings as related to Los Angeles art, music, food … and tacos, lots and lots of tacos. Find out more at lataco.com.

MomsLA
MomsLA is “LA’s go-to mom blog for all the topics that moms in Los Angeles care about, including public and private schools, local politics, parenting styles, blended families, healthy eating, home cooking, travel, and fitness.” For family friendly recommendations for your time in LA along with some top notch motherly advice go to momsla.com.

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