Designers Kim Swift and Jared Frank share their favorites.Less
A great dance spot with a bohemian spirit and the occasional comedy show.
A fun nighttime establishment with concerts, a restaurant, screenings, and other delights.
A restaurant and lounge that opened in 1954, the Dresden is famed for old-world white tablecloth service and live music experiences.
An iconic bar for tropical drinks since 1961.
An obsessively farmers’ market–centric menu is offered in the restaurant as well as in market form.
A neighborhood spot combining seasonal California produce with Mediterranean-inspired flavors.
A fast-casual Taiwanese restaurant using fresh, simple ingredients in a modern setting.
A local green grocer specializing in all things responsibly grown and sourced.
A carefully curated store for designer apparel — shoes, swimwear, and lifestyle accessories.
A local store stocking Japanese items, housewares, and a well-curated clothing collection.