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Post-Shopping Snacks and Sips in LA

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Shop. Drink. Shop. Eat. Repeat.

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Aug 21, 2012 —  As global observers we’ve seen a lot when it comes to shopping and the many activities surrounding the never-ending quest to looking your best at all hours of the day. From the highest of the high-end to the lowest of the low and everything in-between, we’ve stumbled across some of the best shopping streets around to drain your wallet…in a good way! And of course we paired them with the best places to eat and drink – you know, since that’s what we do for a living. This time, we’re taking you to Los Angeles.

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    Third Street

    Our first stop is the ever popular Third Street which leads you to hip boutiques like Satine and Hillary Rush where you can find some of our favorite brands: Raquel Allegra, A.L.C. and Carven to name a few. But once you’re boutiqued out and need a pick-me-up snack or day-ending drink there are more than enough chic options to keep your whistle wet. Pop into Magnolia Bakery for a savory treat and then bounce across the street to The Churchill where you’ll find a street-facing patio and a super cheap Happy Hour that’s guaranteed to make any new-shoe pain a distant memory.

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    Robertson Boulevard

    On Robertson Boulevard you can take your pick between innovative and trendy boutiques like Kitson and Zimmermann or walk through meticulously crafted and high-end stores like Chanel and Ralph Lauren. If you haven’t seen any celebrities or paparazzi chasing them, walk by The Ivy, you will. And whether you want a pre-shopping brunch, mid-shopping meal and mimosa, or post-shopping dinner and drinks, Robertson provides in spades. Check out Cuvée on Robertson and Third for breakfast, the aforementioned The Ivy for lunch, or head up to Cecconi’s for a swanky dinner and classy bar scene.

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    Rodeo Drive

    Finally, we’re on to Rodeo Drive, the street with possibly the most distinguished brands per block in the world. With establishments like Burberry, Tom Ford, La Perla, and Giorgio Armani, only you can pick your shopping poison, we’ll just steer you towards the food and drink antidote. Now it’s not on Rodeo, but if you scooch just a couple blocks east you’ll find ABH at the Thompson Hotel where rooftop views meet a great post-shopping singles scene.

Third Street

Our first stop is the ever popular Third Street which leads you to hip boutiques like Satine and Hillary Rush where you can find some of our favorite brands: Raquel Allegra, A.L.C. and Carven to name a few. But once you’re boutiqued out and need a pick-me-up snack or day-ending drink there are more than enough chic options to keep your whistle wet. Pop into Magnolia Bakery for a savory treat and then bounce across the street to The Churchill where you’ll find a street-facing patio and a super cheap Happy Hour that’s guaranteed to make any new-shoe pain a distant memory.

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What's Your Favorite Post-Shopping Drinks Spot?

Anonymous Aug 28, 2012
One place that my girlfriend and I love to go to is this tiny little ice cream shop called Blockheads. They have shaved ice cream with all sorts of toppings and sauces. If you like, you can also get a rewards card which gives a free ice cream every time you buy ten. Their best flavor of ice cream is the Black Sesame flavor. I prefer to get the ice cream with boba and rice cakes topped with condensed milk. It is fairly cheap and a great way to cap off a night, a date or an adventure. It is on the corner of Sawtelle and Missouri.
Sam A. Aug 23, 2012
Tons of great places to grab a drink in these areas. Check out the Beverly Wilshire hotel in Beverly Hills. If you're on Robertson, hit Cuvee which has a bunch of great wines.
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