Fun restaurant to take your non-Korean and Korean friends for AYCE barbecue! This place is excellent..it's big (you might have to share a long table with other people), modern and the AYCE menu is the most inclusive that I've seen. At around 8 pm, lights go down, disco lights go on and music videos play. This is not a place for a quite romantic dinner. Big groups are best. The bathrooms are clean and spacious. We came around 6:30 so had no problem parking, there was valet for the lot next to the restaurant. Get the tall beer pong dispenser thing..haha
San Diego is lucky to have several great studios to take hip hop classes. Culture Shock is the most diverse and largest out of them. Check out their website for all the difference classes they offer. The talents of the instructors are amazing and hard to find. This studio will fit your needs whether you are a professional dancer wanting some extra training, or a complete newbie looking to try something new. Don't be shy, have fun!
Small little donut shop in the same shopping center as Stater Brothers. They open really early like at 3 am I believe, which is awesome for people like me who go to work early. I didn't try them but they offered breakfast sandwiches. Nice lady who works there.
This restaurant came up on our search results when looking for a local sushi restaurant that is good (the ones by USC are not so good). This restaurant is by LA Live/Staples Center. Valet $5 or find street parking. The food was a little overpriced, but it was delicious. I never eat rolls because I love fish so much but I ordered the albacore special roll so that I would feel full. Wow, it was so good. It was some kind of garlic albacore on the inside and seared albacore and avocado on the outside topped with...wait for it...CRUNCHY ONIONS! My fave! It was covered in a ponzu-flavored sauce..absolutely tasty!
2 orders of nigiri and the albacore roll came out to $25 which is more than I want to spend on a workday lunch break, but it was a really good treat.
Small little grab n' go cafe in the Natural History Museum. It's a tad overpriced (perhaps by $1-2) but the sandwiches are decent. I personally enjoy the chicken salad. The sandwiches and salads are made fresh in the mornings at USC. You can pick up snacks and drinks here too.
You wouldn't think much of this place unless you wandered in here by accident or a knowledgeable friend brought you. 5-6 different restaurants in a food court-type setting. I definitely recommend Chichen Itza (Mexican food from the Yucatan region, not your typical tacos and burritos) and Plaza Grill (best burger I have ever had). I do NOT recommend Thai Corner because I had food poisoning for the first time in my life after eating lunch there. The Peruvian restaurant is average. Chichen Itza is the BEST.
If you want to go for lunch, go a little before 12 because parking does get maxed out. Then you have to risk parking in the DMV lot.
This place is great for a quick breakfast pick up (if you don't want Mexican food off a catering truck..although..it smells delicious). Many different types of bagels for you to choose from. This place is located in Union Station out towards Los Angeles St, past the Metro Gold Line entrance.
Nice and chill restaurant if you're craving Thai food. You can find typical Thai dishes, nothing that I found to be extraordinary.
Very cute and "romantic" restaurant located in Claremont. Service and food were excellent and is a great place for small celebrations such as anniversaries, birthdays, etc.
I love Bikram Yoga..it's a great form of exercise, coming from the girl who didn't like regular yoga. Personally, the heat really helps me focus, which prevents boredom. THis is a great studio to take a Bikram class, I don't recommend taking Bikram classes at a studio that is not deemed as "Bikram's Yoga College of India"