Throwback Thursday All Day, Everyday: Creative Date Ideas in LA
The following article is a guest post, courtesy of Bronson Farr
This week we are taking a trip back into time for Throwback Week! We’ll be taking a look at some of the best old school diners, drive-in movie theaters, ice cream parlors, and more. Our first stop is LA, which is surprisingly a hub for vintage clothing and other items from way back when. We’ve pick out some spots that can make for some creative date ideas if you really want to impress your date, or if you just want to have a good time.
Harbor House Cafe: This diner in Sunset Beach serves up your typical burgers and sandwiches along with delicious milkshakes to wash them down. But wait, there’s more! Not only is this eatery located right next to the beach, it’s also open 24/7. So if you want to end your beach day the right way or you’re just craving an Oreo milkshake at 5 in the morning, this place is for you.
Origami Vinyl: No, this place doesn’t teach you the traditional Japanese art of paper-folding. But this place does have is some cool vinyl records to add to your collection. The other cool part about this place is that it is a record label for Indie bands in the LA area; they also host small concerts in their shop.
LA Midnight Movies: If you’re looking to watch some of your favorite movies from your childhood on the big screen be sure to follow @NERDSLIKEUS on Twitter. This group shows some of the best films from the 80’s and 90’s at the historic Vista Theatre in Hollywood. Don’t miss out on the fun!