Southern California is likely not the first place one thinks of when planning where to spend St. Patrick's Day. Nonetheless, there's plenty of exciting things to do here when the holiday comes around. Still don't know how you plan to spend March 17th? Here's just a few suggestions for things to do in Los Angeles on St. Patrick's Day:
With over 280 sunny days out of 365, Los Angeles invites sunshine lovers to enjoy the outdoors all year - and not just at the beach! Whether you want to soak up some Vitamin D on a leisurely stroll or sweat under plentiful rays with a strenuous workout, these outdoor Manhattan Beach destinations are sure to brighten your day.
Beautiful Manhattan Beach is famed for its miles of pristine coastline and The Strand - a path of walkers, cyclists, and joggers all enjoying the stunning scenery and fresh ocean air. While the town has become synonymous with surfing, beach volleyball, and sunbathing, what may come as a surprise is the fact that it has also become one of the top foodie destinations in Los Angeles. While it's hard to narrow down the list from the many excellent options available, we've selected a few local favorites:
It never rains in So Cal, right? Ah, but when it does, or even if it doesn't, it's great to have a Plan B for indoors. With a little planning, you'll find plenty to do.
The library is often overlooked for purposes beyond the periodical room or bookshelves. Turns out, Manhattan Beach Library offers a free basic yoga class for adults on Tuesdays once a month from 7-8 pm. If you bring your well-behaved children, let them hang out at the kid's corner while you downward dog. Where's a more peaceful place to stretch and relax than a library?