Los Angeles Greater Area
You read that right. On Saturday,January 25, nearly four dozen museums from Santa Ana to Santa Barbara will opentheir doors for free. There’s a preview pop-up of the coming Academy Museum ofMotion Pictures, too. It’s your Free-For-All day – make it count.
Maybe you pedal a lot. Evenevery week. But have you tried the Eastside Mural Ride? The literallybreathtaking climb to Crystal Lake? The train/bike duet to The Strand? The groupslog up Vin Scully to Dodger Stadium? It’s time to saddle up.
In one of the largest urbanparks in North America, parking can be as wild as the terrain. Now there’s a car-freeway to explore: aboard Griffith Parkline, a free weekend shuttle that stops at overa dozen locations, from Griffith Observatory to Traveltown. Yes, it’s got bikeracks.
For many,brunch is everything. It’s not just the easy weekend vibe – it’s food way moreindulgent than bacon and eggs. In fact, it’s an art, lavished with sinfulsticky buns, baked pancakes with smoked figs and kippered salmon hash. Hey,you’ll have oatmeal on Monday.
The San Francisco Bay Area
San Francisco is considered a very walkable city—but not all neighborhoods are created equal. From Chinatown to downtown, here are the city districts with the highest walk scores for those folks that love nothing more than striding from their front door to their local market, restaurant, or café.
Galician grilled octopus in Walnut Creek. Michelin-starred ramen in SoMa. Korean fried chicken in Berkeley, San Jose, and South San Francisco. In case you hadn’t noticed, the dining scene is trending international as more and more global restaurants open around the Bay Area. Here are nine worth visiting.
It’s the age-old Bay Area question: Do you prefer north or south Lake Tahoe? 7×7 breaks it down to see which shore is more your speed: The louder, tackier, and (arguably) more fun south, or the quieter, classier, and (arguably) more boring north. Don’t worry, we won’t judge either way…
Any foodie worth their Maldon sea salt has heard of Eataly, the gourmet food emporium launched nine years ago in New York and since recreated 40 times around the world. The Bay Area is finally getting its own outpost, as the Chronicle reports that the region’s first Eataly is coming to the South Bay’s Westfield Valley Fair. The sprawling 51,000 square foot food hall set to open in 2021 will include cafes, cheese and salumi counters, a caviar bar, Italian grocery store, and more.