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Let me know what you guys plan on doing.
post #1532 of 2295
^Pigging out and hitting the gym, bro.

JK. We're not sure. Gbear is out in the Thousand Oaks area. I'm 20 mins north of LA, and don't really go there unless I go to the westside to shop so I don't know all the cool places. I have a short break and free this and next weekend so I shot a PM to Gbear, and he was down.
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Over some PMs, it seems like Saturday evening is ideal. Curious to see if anyone else would like to join in. We're also looking for places to meet at.
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Thread Starter 
You better come pick up your shit if you come to LA jet!!
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I've had your pants for 4 months now.
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I think we're just going to grab a bite to eat and go shoot pool and chill for a while if anyone wants to join us. biggrin.gif Looking at L.A. area, but it's so vast...the minor details are not mapped out yet.
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This is a great list going guys, thanks. Just a few to add, if they haven't already been mentioned:

Mozza, melrose (lunch and dinner)
Froma, melrose (best for lunch, but they serve a small dinner too)
Mia Sushi (dinner - eagle rock, good prices and pretty damn good sushi for the area, which will probably be the silverlake is in 2020)
Ba (diner, just opened on York a month ago, in highland park. first nice restaurant in the area. I liked it quite a bit)
Asia De Cuba (sunset - dinner)
Church and State (lunch and dinner - industrial st. LA)

Oh, I vouch for ink and ink sack and bay cities, langers, philippes, et al.
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I've had your pants for 4 months now.

Thought only J and I had those problems.
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Sunny Spot now has Happy Hour = $6 burger. Just got back icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Magic1 View Post

This is a great list going guys, thanks. Just a few to add, if they haven't already been mentioned:
Mozza, melrose (lunch and dinner)
Froma, melrose (best for lunch, but they serve a small dinner too)
Mia Sushi (dinner - eagle rock, good prices and pretty damn good sushi for the area, which will probably be the silverlake is in 2020)
Ba (diner, just opened on York a month ago, in highland park. first nice restaurant in the area. I liked it quite a bit)
Asia De Cuba (sunset - dinner)
Church and State (lunch and dinner - industrial st. LA)
Oh, I vouch for ink and ink sack and bay cities, langers, philippes, et al.

Ya mozza, osteria better (obvi different)
I was supposed to go to Ba with this gourmand chick but cancelled.
Asia de cuba haven't been to in years, but back then was great.
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Anybody have a good BMW mechanic? Just got a 1994 8 series (my dreamcar pretty much) and would like to get it checked out once I pick the car up tomorrow probably. Ideally he/she works on weekends as well since I'll be super busy during the week. Training is in LMU area but willing to go whereever if the mechanic is good
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From a while ago:
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Bumping this thread for a good place for a young professional to live for two years or so in LA (21 years old will be 22 for the move, no commitments, good amount of money to spend but would like to keep rent at $1-$1.2k monthly or so, would be down to purchase a apartment/house/condo if price is reasonable and it has good upside (budget would depend on what I'm getting). Have a good amount of friends mostly by UCLA/USC so those areas may be an option. Working probably downtown area or within 20-30 minute drive.
Would want:
Decently busy atmosphere near me (able to walk to get food, groceries, but will have a car as well)
Good restaurants in area
Good nightlife. Ideally a good mix of clubs / pubs / bars
Decently safe, ok with a few issues
Maybe a few galleries or something of the like
Any ideas? Figure housing market should improve a bit by 2014 to recoup broker fees and mortgage payments if I buy. Also could rent out after 2 years. Not planning on staying in LA but may if I like it enough.

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one option might be mid-wilshire. there's a huge apartment complex called Park LaBrea that's almost exactly halfway in between, plus across the street from both la county art museum and the third street farmers market. tons of restaurants and shopping (you're within walking distance of the beverly center, la brea ave. and beverly drive, a short drive to melrose). there are also a lot of duplexes in that area. i lived there for 6 years when i first moved to la and it was one of the best choices i made -- you get a really great sense of the city.

So I'm going to be working in San Fernando valley but will still need to go to LMU area once to twice a week. The mid-wilshire area does seem like a good option, was able to go to Barneys, RRL and South Willard within a few minutes of each other. Weekday drive would be a bit, but I guess I would be going against traffic to some extent right?
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From a while ago:
So I'm going to be working in San Fernando valley but will still need to go to LMU area once to twice a week. The mid-wilshire area does seem like a good option, was able to go to Barneys, RRL and South Willard within a few minutes of each other. Weekday drive would be a bit, but I guess I would be going against traffic to some extent right?

I've been working in the San Fernando Valley the last couple of months. Staying in the Westside area and commuting there wasn't too bad. Was kind of reverse commute. Although Park La Brea is a bit aways.
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Basically had omakase at mori on saturday night, shit was phenomenal. We rolled up 10 minutes before closing and they served us until half hour past great service from Take-san, told him just serve us whatever you want and ate 20 different pieces of fish along with other accompaniments.

One of top two sushi experiences I've had.
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Basically had omakase at mori on saturday night, shit was phenomenal. We rolled up 10 minutes before closing and they served us until half hour past great service from Take-san, told him just serve us whatever you want and ate 20 different pieces of fish along with other accompaniments.
One of top two sushi experiences I've had.

how much was the Omakase? Some yelp reviews said it was some mediocre sushi.


anyways. i totally forgot about the whole foie gras bann and this is the last week to have it. It may be impossible to try to get some. The only place I wanted to get it from was Animal as like i like the style/the ambiance/the feel of the restaurant as oppose to the cliche fancy places like Craft or w/e.

where else to get it now????? trying to impress here!
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