La Live

(213) 763-5483 | View Website

800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions   90015

34.045030 -118.265633

Open Hours

Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED

 
Musical Entertainers, Movie Theaters, Bowling Alleys  more

More Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Museums

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Reviews for La Live

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4.0
over a year ago

Feel Alive at LA LIVE! – This place is awesome tourist place, its like almost Vegas style with all the glitz,glamour and lights! They have unique restaurants and a one of a kind rare movie theater that will get you hooked! They have big mesmerizing screens and tons of places that have a great photo op as well as its right by the Staples Center! I like how after you're done going to an event you can just go to LA Live and continue the night! Dont be afraid to look like a tourist cause this is has so many ooh's and ahhh's i dare you to try to not take a picture! This is as close to vegas lights and dazzle you can get in LA! Doesn't hurt to check it out and try all the yummy cool trendy restaurants & be out and about in the LA air!

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Rock 'N Fish @ L.A. Live – I dined at Rock 'n Fish at L.A. Live last night for dinner. I had been to the restaurant at Manhattan Beach a few times before, and was curious to try the one at L.A. Live. For the price we paid for food ($70/two people) and parking ($25) I expected a much better experience. First of all, we had to wait almost 15 minutes to be seated, despite the fact that we had a reservation Also, while most of the food was well-prepared, the sauteed spinach was very salty.

Overall, average experience.

Recommends
over a year ago

Move over, Hollywood & Highland, there's a new entertainment complex in town. – In Short
Much like what Hollywood & Highland is to Tinseltown, L.A. Live is to downtown. At once a sports, entertainment and dining destination, the 5.6 mllion square foot development spans 27 acres (that's more than 6 city blocks) and serves as ground zero for events in the area thanks to its proximity to Staples Center and other cultural mainstays. With everything from attractions like the Nokia Theater, Grammy Museum and Lucky Strike Lanes bowling alley to restaurants (Katsuya by Starck, Rock'N Fish, Trader Vic's, The Farm of Beverly Hills, Yard House) and nightspots including The Conga Room and Club Nokia, this place is breathing new life into an area once left for dead.

 


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