Admit it—you pretend to hate TMZ, but you secretly watch it to see where the stars hang out (and where they’re behaving badly).
Not only do we have taco trucks, which are ideal for a low-pressure first date, we can take long, romantic walks on the beach whenever we want. Here’s a list of the very best parts of dating – and living – in Los Angeles.
No matter what your food preference, L.A. is pretty accommodating to your needs. There are full-on gourmet options for those who choose to follow diets that are meat-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, organic and/or sustainable.
Maybe your idea of romance is an ultra-candlelit dinner. Or maybe it’s a venue so exquisite that you could stare at the scenery for hours. Either way, if you’re looking to make your date go “awwww,” the below ideas will definitely do the trick.
Whether you’re a diehard fan of “Hell’s Kitchen” or “Iron Chef,” L.A. is the perfect place to delve into the world of celebrity chefs (or, at least, eat their food).
Sun-worshippers and active outdoorsy people have their own dating style—and it doesn’t often involve a lot of sitting around.
The problem with ex-stalking is that you run the risk of finding out that your boyfriend’s last girlfriend is a dead ringer for Jennifer Lawrence. But when you live in Los Angeles, there’s a very real chance that his last girlfriend actually WAS Jennifer Lawrence.
Those that are climbing their own mountain can fall into two categories: the starving artist and the workaholic. When it comes to dating, each group provides its own distinct advantages – and challenges.
If you stubbornly refuse to change your views on what is or isn’t attractive, get used to lonely Saturday nights.