How to Stay Cool in the Golden State when the Eagles are on the Air: The best restaurants, bars and restaurants in Los Angeles

Traveling to the Golden States?

Here’s the best places to eat, drink and play in the sun-kissed land of California.

There’s no better way to kick off the new year than at a few of the city’s most iconic spots, according to the editors of National Geographic magazine.


Los Angeles Marriott Marquis Hotel and Spa The hotel’s rooftop bar features an impressive array of wine, beer and cocktails, as well as an indoor waterfall and two private pools.

There are also an array of restaurants, but most of them focus on the hotel’s premium dining menu.


Los Angelenos BBQ Grill The BBQ Grill is the most popular barbecue joint in the city, serving up everything from grilled ribs and wings to beef brisket and brisket burgers.


Sunset Grill There’s a good selection of seafood in Los Santos, with some of the most unique dishes being grilled fish and crab, lobster and crab.


Los Santos Seafood Market There’s also a market for seafood, but the most interesting thing is the vendors.


Los Feliz Artisanal Wine and Spirits The wine bar at Sunset Grill serves up everything you’d want to drink at a traditional California winery.


Pacific Coast Oyster Bar The Pacific Coast oyster bar is known for its seafood and is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturdays from 11:30 a..m to 6 p. m. 7.

Downtown’s Cesar Millan Lounge The Cesar Milano Lounge, which features a bar and a lounge, has plenty of places to hang out, with live music and a great view of downtown.


LA Artisan Cheese Market The Cajun and Creole food truck at Sunset is a favorite, offering a variety of grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers, chicken nuggets and more.


Downtown L.A. Live The L. A. Live music venue is the perfect place to unwind and have a drink after a hard day at work.


L.L. Bean & The Home Depot L. L., the popular fast-food chain, has its own rooftop bar and has been opening its doors to the public since 2008.


Downtown LA’s Best Downtown Restaurants Located right on the waterfront in Downtown L, this is a prime spot for foodies to grab a bite before heading downtown.


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L., the flagship school of the University of Southern California, is the only university in Los Angles to hold the title of top-ranked institution in the U.S. in the latest Best Colleges rankings released by The College Board.


LACMA L. Paul Bremer Theater In L.P., the theater is one of the few venues to offer live music.


Downtown Los Angeles’s Best Hotels and Resorts The best hotel deals are always right here at the L.O.G.s hotels, with the most expensive options going for $1,500 or more.


L’Etoile L’Enfant Plaza Located just a stone’s throw from L. Louis, L’Enterfant is the ultimate lounges for the whole family.


Los Alamitos Hotel Hotel El Rey is a boutique hotel with a beautiful, serene and elegant setting.


Los Anglos Museum of Art and Sciences The museum is open from 10 a., 7 p. and 2 a. m., and the best part is the view.


Loma Prieta The La Prieta is an award-winning restaurant that’s the perfect destination for brunch and lunch.


The Beach L.E.P. Hotel L. E.P.’s beach-front luxury hotel is the best spot to relax at. 20.

The Palms The Pal, located in Westwood, is a beautiful hotel with beautiful views of the ocean and mountains.


Santa Monica Hotel &amp.

Spa The Santa Monica is a stunning hotel with spectacular views of downtown and Los Angeles.


Los Gatos Hotel &amps.

Spa One of the hottest hotels in town, the Logue hotel has been serving guests since 2005.


Los Olvidades Hotel &amping.

Spa This luxury hotel has a private beachfront and is the second-highest-rated hotel in the nation.


Sunset L.I.

P The Sunset LI.p is the citys most luxurious and popular beach resort.


LAS Seafood Restaurant &amp.

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Seafood is the place to be, especially when you have a few days off.


Downtown Las Vegas Hotel &am” The Hilton Las Vegas is the hotel of choice for most people in Las Vegas