Because New Year's resolutions work best when you resolve to do something awesome, here's InsideHook LA's most popular content for 2012 — each of which you should resolve to do in 2013. Have a Happy New Year. We'll see you on January 2nd.
First you get the money. Then you get the power. Then you get Tony Montana’s mansion. To wit: the infamous 10,000 square foot manse from Brian De Palma’s ‘83 kitsch classic, is available for rent right now, and booking up fast. Consider it snort lived.
Skip the fads and go with science, using Equinox’s DNA Workout. Like a supersoldier program for the everyman — and available for members and non-members alike — the DNA Workout customizes a routine based on your own double-helixed destiny.
Just as hip hop remixes old music, LA-based designer, Chris Stamp, of Stampd, does the same with fashion. Using Swiss Signatures’ mechanics, the Stamp’d Rolex Datejust still has its tight oyster bracelet, self-winding technology, and a bezel that doesn’t wear out or fade in the sun.
Headed by former Argentinian Pro Soccer player, Ariel Gazzera — known as the child whisperer — GOLS provides private lessons to teach kids on-field skills (dribbling, shooting, passing), and to teach you how to be a better coach.
From the driving, to the parking, to the not knowing where to drive or park, dinner in LA is harder than it should be. That’s why we created Dinner Plan — your weekly, three-step itinerary to a damn good evening. Below, our first two plans. Bon appetit.
Downtown: Luxurious bird’s eye views from Perch, an Incan feast at Mo-Chica, and a mezcal nightcap at Las Perlas.
Malibu Hiking: Juice up with cold-pressed juices by Moon Juice, hike past the set of M*A*S*H in Malibu Creek State Park, and then dine on red oak fired steaks and beers in the rustic roadhouse, The Old Place.