The Ultimate Guide to the Most Instagrammed Spots in L.A.

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This piece originally appeared as part of our Be A Tourist in Your Own Town guide, in the December 2017 issue of Los Angeles magazine.


If you see something cool and don’t Instagram it, did you even see it at all? These are among the city’s most socialed spots, categorized by CULTURE, FOOD, LANDMARKS, and ARCHITECTURE.


CULTURE

The Broad

221 S Grand Ave

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Polka Dot Wall

608 Mateo Street

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Dodger Stadium

1000 Vin Scully Ave

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The Getty Center

1200 Getty Center Dr

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The Last Bookstore

453 S Spring St

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FOOD

République

624 South La Brea Ave


In-N-Out Burger

Multiple locations


Bottega Louie

700 S Grand Ave

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Gracias Madre

8905 Melrose Ave

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Little Damage

700 S Spring St


Alfred Coffee and Kitchen

Multiple locations


LANDMARKS

Venice Canals

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Stahl House

1635 Woods Dr


Echo Park Lake

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Hollywood Sign


Santa Monica Pier


Urban Light

5905 Wilshire Blvd


ARCHITECTURE

The Bradbury Building

304 S Broadway

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Griffith Observatory

2800 E Observatory Rd


Capitol Records Building

1750 Vine St

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Eastern Columbia Lofts

849 S Broadway

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Ace Hotel

929 S Broadway

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Disney Hall

111 S Grand Ave

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