11611 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 910, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Located near “Silicon Beach”, our LA office has a big technological foundation. As the area nickname implies, it’s booming around here with major tech players and supercharged start-ups. Sure, we’re all about tech, but don’t let that fool you. Here in LA we run the gamut from consumer goods to work with significant social impact. Maybe it’s the unbeatable weather, or the fact that every office has an ocean view, but we pride ourselves on having a chill yet hard working team that knows when to dig in and when to kick back. And we are without a doubt the best Allison+Partners office for celebrity sightings.
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Practice Areas + Expertise
- Consumer Technology
- Digital Entertainment
- Social Impact
- Consumer Lifestyle
- Public Affairs
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24 Hours in Los Angeles
With 24 hours to soak up the sun, start your morning overlooking the Pacific Ocean as you dine in style on the patio of the Veranda Restaurant at the historic The Georgian Hotel in Santa Monica. After indulging in their signature French Toast Soufflé, take a stroll down the world-famous Third Street Promenade before heading over to the historic Santa Monica Pier to take in breathtaking views while riding the world’s first and only solar powered Ferris Wheel. If you’re up for a little more adventure before lunch, join the Standup Paddleboard craze and take an hour lesson a few miles up the coast in Malibu at Poseidon Stand Up.
With a built up appetite from your morning’s excursions, it’s time to head over to LA’s favorite destination for food lover’s, The Original Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax to check out a selection of cultural cuisines during their Fall Festival, or try a traditional pastrami sandwich at the original market’s restaurant, Magee’s Kitchen. After lunch, head West down Wilshire Boulevard to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and walk under a ‘floating’ 340-ton boulder in mid-air, Levitated Mass, one of the latest exhibits at LACMA by artist Michael Heizer.
For a bit of retail therapy, continue West on Wilshire to the epicenter of fashion, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and experience haute couture in over 100 boutiques. Don’t leave Beverly Hills without a famous handcrafted Sprinkles Cupcakesor indulge in a scoop of salted caramel ice cream at their new ice cream shop next door.
With dinner just around the corner, head to downtown Los Angeles to Bottega Louie before grabbing a beer to cheer on the Stanley Cup Champions, the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center. Not a sports fan? Enjoy an evening at Disney Hall and watch conductor Gustavo Dudamel lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic on an open platform stage.
End your evening downtown at The Edison - a power-plant-turned-nightspot where you can enjoy an artisanal cocktail and live music in their art deco lounge.
Los Angeles in The Hot Seat
We asked members of our Los Angeles office to sound off on food, TV and music and more. Here’s what they had to say:
Favorite Watering Hole
The Gaslight. Right by our old office. Good drinks and good memories.
Mon-Thurs: "Get Rich or Die Tryin" - 50 Cent. Friday: "It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere" - Jimmy Buffett
What is the greatest historical event that took place in your city?
The 1984 Summer Olympics, for showing the world how to run the Games AND clear our freeways!
Favorite In-Office Activity?
A three-way tie between our themed happy hours, Waffle Wednesdays and inter-office fantasy sports pools.
If your office was a TV show or movie, which one would it be?
What is the most iconic landmark in your city?
The Hollywood Sign