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189 The Grove Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90036

 (323) 900-8080

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"Go to The Grove great shopping area people watch , spot stars."  See More

"Both of the are relatively close to HollywoodMelrose AveBeverly HillsGriffith ObservatoryThe Grove , and University of Southern California."  See More

"The Grove Malibu and Manhattan Beach Hollywood Walk of fame Hollywood Sign and Mann's Chinese Theater (all very touristy but worth a look"  See More

"We could walk to restaurants and to places like Runyon Canyon Park The Grove LACMA Hollywood and Beverly Hills were all a short drive away."  See More

"And you will actually have time to check out The Grove."  See More

"If you have a 16 year old who's into shopping, check out The Grove, The Americana at Brand or Beverly Center."  See More

"The Grove has nice shops and stalls and a decent cinema."  See More

"As touristy as it may be, teens love shopping so head to The Grove or the Third Street Promenade."  See More

"Great area also close to The Grove- Outdoor shopping and dining - there are some hotels on Beverly Blvd."  See More

"For cheap eats check out The Farmers Market then you can burn some calories and wander The Grove."  See More

"The hotel is close to shopping, from outdoor malls like The Grove and Farmers Market to boutiques on Beverly Blvd and West 3rd St."  See More

"It is very central, public transportation (buses mainly) run through here (be warned LA's public transportation system is terrible) and you're right across from The Grove and Farmers Market - which gives you endless food options, a movie theater, shopping and more."  See More

"Free wifi too :) Also nearby The Grove, another shopping hub in LA."  See More

"It's a little hipster-y but there's a lot there to see on foot like The Grove shopping mall, CBS Television City where you can see shows taped and some great shopping areas like N Robertson Blvd."  See More

"Some highlights in and around LA are The Grove and Farmers MarketLACMARunyon Canyon ParkGetty VillaMulholland Drive3rd Street PromenadeSanta Monica PierVenice Beach and BoardwalkMalibuZuma BeachMarina Del Rey, theme parks (Disneyland ParkUniversal Studios HollywoodSix Flags Magic Mountain)."  See More

The Grove While the selection of shopping isn't my favorite (which is good since you aren't looking to spend money), this is a fun place to people watch as well, you can pick a bench and grab an ice cream, participate in a free yoga class (or whatever is the class of the day - on the center lawn), you can hop on the trolley and ride to the other side of the mall to go to the Farmers Market which I'm sure will keep you entertained for a while."  See More

"To the west of Koreatown you will find Miracle Mile around which you have theaters like El Rey Theatre and The Wiltern, along with the outdoor shopping center and sometimes music venue The Grove."  See More

"Another day could be The Grove, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood."  See More

"Fairfax has The Grove which is an open air mall that is really nice to catch some sun and people watch."  See More

"It'll put you right near some major attractions like The Grove, LACMA, the Farmers Market, and the La Brea Tar Pits among other places."  See More

"While The Grove would be fun, and your daughter will surely find things to bring home, I would take her to Abbot Kinney in Venice instead."  See More

"You can also get lost in the permanent Farmers Market that is next to The Grove, they have every type of restaurant stand there from doughnuts to chinese, it's there!"  See More

"If I were coming to Los Angeles as a teenager I'd love all the shopping options at either The Grove or 3rd Street Promenade."  See More

"I agree with the other answers that The Grove is good for day time hanging out and good chance of b/c celebs walking around."  See More

"Outside of LA's Eastside, you'll also see people in and around Brentwood, Abbot Kinney Blvd, Urth Caffe, The Grove, and there are always Disney stars around the The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in Toluca Lake."  See More

"Little Tokyo at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA There is LACMA Adamson House Museum Farmers Market is my fav and attached to the The Grove"  See More

"Staying in that area puts you close to several not-miss things - The Grove for people watching, LACMA is a must:"  See More

"In walking (or very short drive/Uber or bus) distance you'll have The Grove and Farmers Market, Melrose Avenue (check out Vinoteque's happy hour and secret outdoor patio, the Melrose Trading Post at Fairfax High on Sunday's only, Improv Comedy Club which tickets run about $10 plus there is a two item minimum per person, so not super cheap but a reasonable night on the town option), LACMA and plenty of restaurants and grocery stores."  See More

"Check out N Robertson Blvd and the The Grove."  See More

"You will want to check out The Grove in W."  See More

"The best shopping can be found Westfield Century City and The Grove ."  See More

"Go to the farmer's market at The Grove 8."  See More

"The Grove is an outdoor mall with celebrity sightings, lots of shopping, dining and a movie theater."  See More

"I would recommend either Venice Beach and Boardwalk if you like the beach and want to see LA's skater/surfer culture; or a visit to The Grove if you prefer"  See More

"Some good friends of mine with several teens like to visit Amoeba Music (a record store) and they also enjoy visiting the house where part of one of the American Horror Story seasons was filmed (!"  See More

"Also, The Grove will check the shopping box and likely to see some celebs (not top tier) that the kids will recognize."  See More

"The Grove is a classic for an evening."  See More

"There is a Kosher part of town on Fairfax Ave near The Grove Even Molly Malone's Irish Pub is there which is the Irish bar that Flogging Molly got their start in."  See More

"The Grove and especially Farmers Market are a lot of fun, but I’d suggest going to LACMA or even the Craft & Folk Art Museum across the street instead of the La Brea Tar Pits."  See More

"Los Angeles Chinatown Third Street Promenade The Getty Center Kodak Theatre LACMA The Griffith Observatory Hollywood Bowl The Grove Olvera Street Plaza Arclight Hollywood Venice Beach and Boardwalk"  See More

"This isn't a day trip, but I would check out The Grove."  See More

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