But first, let’s go to LA
Here’s a list of what to do in LA, for the 30 plus crowd. I’ve put together a list of top places to eat, turn up, and slay. This “what to do in LA” is perfect for the foodies, nature seekers, party-goer, and everything in between. Take a scroll and let me know your thoughts.
Grew up to glow up…
I really enjoyed spending time with my bestie and one of my oldest friends for her birthday. We reminisced, laughed, ate, slept, discussed goals, and did a light turn up all in the same trip. We have all realized that life is not getting any shorter, but it’s definitely getting better! Help me wish my friend, Lauren Happy Birthday here!
Santa Monica Pier was a nice vibe but filled with tourists. You can get ice cream, eat, drink, ride rides, see some artists performing, or just enjoy the sound of the ocean crashing against the pier. Next, we hiked Runyon Canyon for about an hour and it was really peaceful and must do.
- Hollywood Hooka was a great first night out vibe. First of all, It was a little overpriced for the atmosphere but it’s a spot on Hollywood Boulevard, so it’s expected, I guess.
- Treehouse LA was the perfect place to go after our brunch, hike at Runyon Canyon and nap. Yes, when you’re 35 and up, you need naps between turnups.
- Lock & Key Now, this was the place we attempted to check out, but when we arrived no one was there, yet. We decided to call it a night and head to dinner at BOA.
Night Life Honorable Mentions
- The Highlight Room
- Krab Queenz : Now, when I tell you we smashed everything in sight, it’s truly an understatement. If there’s two or more of you, you should get the largest boiled seafood platter and add sides because it’s a lot of food for one person, trust me.
- Blue Jam Cafe: This place was amazing! Everything is made from scratch, even their mimosas. You have to try their blueberry jam too. Then, you will see what heaven on toast tastes like.
- BOA Steakhouse– This place was amazing with exceptional service. The mac and cheese was the perfect creamy cheese consistency, along with their creamed spinach, and the loaded mash potatoes were in a league of their own.
- The Griddle: Now, this place was my favorite. They have the best pancakes and hash browns I’ve ever had. I would eat there again and again!
Foodie Alert Honorable Mentions
- Serving Spoon
- Javier’s -Century City location
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Until next time, I’m manifesting luv, enjoy.