Wednesday, 21 June 2017

LOS ANGELES TOUR DIARY - Day Nineteen and Twenty - More vintage/Pulley/Milk

 Had a nice sleep in and then met up with my partner's friends for a lunch. Was good to meet people who live locally because it meant we ate at a place we possibly wouldn't have checked out. It was called Hugo's Restaurant and it was absolutely delicious, lot's of  vegan and vegetarian options. 

Hugo's Restaurant
8401 Santa Monica Blvde
West Hollywood 

By the time we finished eating and chatting it was mid arvo so we went for a bit of a wander around West Hollywood and found a few more vintage stores.

American Rebel 
7474 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90046
Super cute store, really loved the fit out of this store, especially the archways. Great for amazing vintage frocks. 
Wasteland
7428 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90046
Wasteland is a great little consignment store where you can find some vintage but more so, clothing from recent seasons past. I managed to pick up a really cute sheer lilac topshop tee that is current season for $20 less than it is currently in store for! Score. All the wandering around had given me a craving for something sweet and we were walking distance to a place called Milk that I had seen on Instagram. Famous for their amazing ice-cream sandwiches it definitely lived up to the hype and we left with very full bellies. 
 Milk
7290 Beverly Blvde
Los Angeles CA 90036
 Finished the evening by going to see the amazing Pulley at the Viper room, it was my first time seeing them play and they well and truly lived up to my expectations. In fact they were so good the followed day we traveled to Santa Ana to watch them play again at the Yost Theater with Guttermouth.

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