Visiting Southern California
Southern California has long been recognized for its role in the movie and television industry. Many of the world’s most iconic entertainment companies, including Warner Bros., Walt Disney Pictures, and Paramount Pictures, were founded in the area. Southern California, however, is also popular for its vast collection of tourist attractions, such as the iconic Disneyland Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood. The region’s natural wonders, picturesque landmarks, compelling history, and exciting attractions draw in visitors from around the world.
August is typically the hottest month of the year with an average temperature of 85°F (29°C). December and January are the coldest months with an average high of 68°F (20°C). Expect sunny days throughout most of the year.
Los Angeles provides Metro bus transportation for a small fee to many attractions throughout the region. Subway and light rail are also available to select areas, including Universal Studios Hollywood. A train and bus may be an option to visit Disneyland Resort, Knott’s Berry Farm, and Six Flags Magic Mountain from the Los Angeles area. Ridesharing apps, such as Uber and Lyft, and car rentals are also an option.
Enjoy classic burgers, fries, and shakes from the popular California-based fast-food chain. Locations can be found throughout the region. Click/tap here to visit In-N-Out Burger’s website.
This trendy restaurant serves savory Italian dishes, making it a top visited dining location. The restaurant is located near Downtown Los Angeles, just beside the Los Angeles River. Click/tap here to visit Bestia’s website.
Plan Check Kitchen + Bar
Choose from a variety of modern American comfort food, including a creative twist on burgers, wings, chicken, and salmon. The restaurant has two locations, one in Downtown Los Angeles and another West Los Angeles. Click/tap here to visit Plan Check Kitchen + Bar’s website.
Dine on appetizing breakfast and lunch offerings, such as pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, omelets, wraps, and paninis. The restaurant is located in the NOHO Arts District. Click/tap here to visit EAT’s website.
Savor udon and homestyle Japanese dishes, including sushi rolls, shrimp tempura, chicken katsu, rice dishes, ramen, and broiled fish. The restaurant is located in Little Tokyo. Click/tap here to visit Suehiro Cafe’s website.
Sage Plant-Based Bistro and Brewery
Order from a vast menu of breakfast and daytime vegetarian and vegan dishes. Locations can be found near Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, in Culver City on Sepulveda Blvd, and in Pasadena off W Union St. Click/tap here to visit Sage Plant-Based Bistro and Brewery’s website.