Food·Updated on Dec 5, 2019Here's How To Spend A Perfect Three-Day Weekend In L.A.Let's go to La-La Land.by Hannah LoewentheilBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink BuzzFeed So, you booked a trip to L.A. The good news is you're in for a few days full of incredible food, never-ending activity, and gorgeous sunshine. Here's a guide to some of the best things to eat, do, and see while in the City of Angels. You can find even more ideas in this video, and follow @alexisdeboschnek for some insider L.A. tips. Hannah Loewentheil/BuzzFeed Eat the best breakfast sandwich of your life at Eggslut. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com There's a reason why Eggslut boasts the best breakfast sandwiches in L.A, and maybe even the entire country. Order the Fairfax made with super soft scrambled eggs, chives, cheddar, and spicy Sriracha on a toasted brioche bun. When you're done eating, spend some time exploring the stalls of Grand Central Market. Waste away the morning at Echo Park. Getty Images Over on the Eastside, Echo Park is one of L.A.'s coolest neighborhoods to explore. It's grungy yet beautiful, full of Victorian homes, graffiti-lined streets, and manicured gardens. And thanks to its great views of downtown and a picturesque lake, it feels removed from city life. Grab lunch and explore the hipster neighborhood of Silver Lake. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Just a ten-minute drive from Echo Park you'll find Silver Lake, a neighborhood beloved by hipsters. Start on Sunset Junction, the most walkable street in the area, and browse the boutiques, coffee shops, cozy outdoor patios, and trendy tiki bars. If you're hungry, grab a delicious salad or open-faced tartine at Botanica. Check out the Original Farmer's Market at The Grove View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Even if you can't possibly muster another bite after lunch, a trip to the Original Farmer's Market is always a good idea. It's an L.A. landmark, founded in the '30s but still bustling with stalls of fresh produce, prepared foods, and mouthwatering desserts. If you do have some room in your stomach, opt for an apple fritter from Bob's Coffee & Doughnuts. Get cultured at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you're into art, LACMA is not to be missed. The museum's outdoor area is a work of art itself, and inside you'll find everything from ancient artefacts and French impressionist paintings to abstract sculptures and American pop art. End the day with an early dinner at Jon and Vinny's. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo are two restauranteurs who know what they're doing in L.A., and this American-Italian eatery in Fairfax is no exception. Far more than a pizza joint, Jon and Vinny's offers an outstanding menu. From the spicy fusilli with vodka sauce to the braised meatballs with ricotta and garlic bread, it's tough to have a bad bite here. Catch a show at Hollywood Bowl View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Between movies and concerts, there's something happening just about every night at this stunning outdoor amphitheatre in Hollywood Hills. Check the events calendar for what's on tap, because there's nothing more quintessentially Los Angeles than a night spent at the Hollywood Bowl. Hannah Loewentheil/BuzzFeed Have breakfast at Gjusta. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Start the day with breakfast at Gjusta. There's great people watching and the breakfast food, which features dishes like smoked fish and eggs and pastrami hash is nothing short of incredible. Explore Venice and Santa Monica. Getty Images First, check out the Venice Canals, then rent a bike and stroll down the vibrant and delightfully funky boardwalk to Santa Monica. Spend some time exploring Abbott Kinney Blvd. Stocked with food trucks, vegan restaurants, raw juice bars, and vintage shops (aka everything you love about Los Angeles), it's a serious contender for the title of coolest street in America. Share Mediterranean plates at Gjelina. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com As you walk down Abbott Kinney you'll see Gjelina, at which point you should prepare yourself for an excellent lunch. The menu is long and eclectic, featuring a mix of pizzas, salads, and Mediterranean-inspired plates like shakshuka, burrata toast, and tuna sashimi. Marvel at the architectural wonder that is the Getty Museum. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com You don't only visit the Getty Museum for the art; The attraction is famous for its architecture and overall atmosphere as well. The structure, designed by Richard Meier, is a sprawling, modern giant built on a hill and surrounded by Roman-inspired gardens complete with fountains, perfect hedges, and Mediterranean plants. And, of course, there are the jaw-dropping views. Indulge in Middle Eastern flavors at Bavel. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you're looking for food that's creative yet comforting, this Middle Eastern eatery in the Arts District is it. Start with some spreads like the duck 'nduja hummus and some appetizers like harissa grilled octopus and oyster mushroom kebabs. Oh, and the lamb neck shawarma will blow your mind. If you're not in the mood to drive all the way to Bavel for an upscale meal, Guisados — a no-frills dive on Santa Monica Blvd. — is a casual and affordable option for insanely good tacos. Hannah Loewentheil/BuzzFeed Fuel up for the day at Sqirl. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Breakfast is taken very seriously in L.A., and Sqirl is one of the best spots to start your day. Expect the usual hallmarks of California cuisine: Lots of avocado, grain bowls, and free range ingredients galore. Everything tastes just as perfect as it looks. And make sure the try the homemade jams, which are worth the trip alone. Take in the views from Griffith Observatory Getty Images If you've seen La La Land, you'll recognize this iconic L.A. landmark. It's a nice walk up to the observatory, but you can always drive to the peak if you're exhausted from three days of exploring. Just know it can get crowded up at the top, but the views are so worth it. Bite into Baja-style tacos at Ricky's Fish Tacos. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Los Angeles is quite possibly the taco capital of the U.S., which means there are endless amazing places to chow down on tortillas filled with everything from beef bulgogi to beer-battered fish. If seafood tacos are your forté, don't miss Ricky's Fish Tacos. These baja-style tacos are simple but irresistible. Take a hike at Runyon Canyon Getty Images This gorgeous hike offers sweeping views of the Westside and Hollywood Hills. Splurge on the tasting menu at Providence. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com There's no beating around the bush: A meal at Providence on glitzy Melrose Avenue is a splurge. But if you're looking to have one blowout meal to end your trip, make it this one. The tasting menu changes all the time featuring what's in season, but it always remains seafood-centric, creative, and freaking delicious. You'll remember every bite, guaranteed. Find more Los Angeles tips in this video.