6 Ways to Enjoy the Cali-Lifestyle if You’re New to LA
The following article is a guest post, courtesy of Bronson Farr
This is the final post in the “Getting Plugged In” series. We previously covered New York, Boston, San Francisco, Chicago, and DC. Now we’re in the city of Los Angeles. With it’s famous spots like Huntington Beach, Santa Monica Pier, and Hollywood, LA has something for everyone. So if you’re new to LA sit back, relax, and enjoy some of that Cali-life.
Feeling Spontaneous? LA Happenings
If you’re the type of adventurous person who doesn’t like planning, follow @lahappenings on Twitter for your outing for the day. From free movie screenings to late night comedy shows, you can definitely find something to do via LA Happenings.
Oh You Fancy, Huh? Minx Society
Get a taste of the high life with this website. Minx Society has all the info on the hottest LA fashions, restaurants and more.
The Hunger is Real! KBBQ- Koreen BBQ in Los Angeles
Korean Barbeque is big…and I mean BIG…in LA. And when I say BIG, I mean you are not a true Angeleno if you have not had Korean BBQ at least once. Fortunately there’s an app for that. KBBQ shows a variety of restaurants in the area based on price. The app even has Yelp reviews on the restaurants.
Find LA Food Trucks– Is chasing down the famous Kogi truck one of your life’s goals and you don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, Find LA Food trucks has got you covered. Not only does it give you a real-time list of trucks that are open each day, it also provides a map so you can find your favorite grub on wheels near you.
Find Your Way in LA- Metro Moblie App
LA is a pretty big area, good thing the LA Metro covers a good portion of it. With the Metro Mobile App you can get around the City of Angels without even setting foot in your car.
Inrix Traffic– LA traffic is famous, or rather infamous, during rush hour and even during non-commute hours. Well never fear, Inrix Traffic is here! With real time traffic updates and traffic forecasting, Inrix can help you navigate through the busy streets of LA like a pro.