Los Angeles: Top of Tony’s at Tony’s on the Pier

Popular among tourists and locals, “Old Tony’s” has been a staple on Redondo Beach’s Fisherman’s Wharf since 1952. Top of Tony’s, easily identified by its colorful sign, was added to the original space in a 1963 expansion. The family owned and operated bar offers a casual seaside spot to enjoy the ocean views, spanning from […]

Los Angeles: El Gringo Mexican Restaurant

With three locations spanning the ocean front communities of Manhattan, Hermosa and Redondo Beach, El Gringo is a local favorite for high quality Mexican food served in a laid back hometown atmosphere. The first location in Hermosa Beach has been in operation since 1986 and has been an active member in the community ever since. […]

Los Angeles: The World Famous Hollywood Magic Castle-Home of the Academy of Magical Arts

The Magic Castle is exactly what it sounds like, it’s a castle (well, of the Hollywood kind) devoted to the advancement of magic. It’s also member’s only, so you will either need to become a member or befriend someone who is a member and go as their guest. Membership comes in many forms, but as […]

Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum-Cultural Haven

Designed by architect Richard Meier and occupying approximately 110 acres across a hilltop in the Santa Monica mountains, the Getty Center was designed to display the nature surrounding the museum as much as the collection of artwork that it holds. From the street level parking lot, visitors can take an elevated tram up the hillside, […]

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