It remains a great showcase for emerging artists, making it a draw for new-music fans.
If you’re trying to skip the club scene, head over to Aloha Sharkeez, a popular Hermosa Beach local bar for a more relaxed atmosphere.
Unlike most farmer’s markets, this one’s open every day.
Other markets to explore: The Hollywood Farmer’s Market on Sunday mornings and the Yamashiro Farmer’s Market on Thursday evenings.
Dating in Los Angeles: Laugh One advantage to living in a city packed with wannabe actors is that you’ve got the nation’s top amateurs eager to entertain.
Comedy clubs are scattered throughout the city, with The Laugh Factory in West Hollywood — popular comedians still frequent the place to try out new material — and Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre as standout date possibilities.
The patio and dance floor are sure to be packed with beautiful beach bums.
Dating in Los Angeles: A Different Kind of Game Night Play games!
(Be sure to stop to ride the Ferris wheel at Pacific Park.) Embrace a little childlike wonder and check out the space shuttle Endeavor at the California Science Center.
Escape the cynicism of the city and laugh like kids together.
A, test your arcade skills with a friendly wager at Blipsy Barcade in Koreatown, or hang out at The Spare Room for a night of bowling, board games and cocktails at the retro-inspired lounge in Hollywood. Sign up for a Watson Adventure scavenger hunt and explore the city together.
Dating in Los Angeles: Movie Night Los Angeles has been called “the creative capital of the world,” with a silver-screen history and culture that’s hard to ignore.
Dating in Los Angeles: Be a Kid Men, take notes from Ryan Gosling’s dating playbook and take your girl to Disneyland or Magic Mountain.