Los Angeles Magazine's sweet 16

The magazine's hunt for the best thing about L.A. has been winnowed from 64 to 16. Still in the running:

Amoeba Music, which beat In-N-Out
Disney Hall, which beat Getty Center
Grauman’s Chinese, which beat Studio Back Lots
Langer’s, which beat Central Library
Capitol Records, which beat Topanga Canyon
MOCA, which beat ArcLight
Huntington Gardens, which beat Palm Trees
Spaceland, which beat Trader Joe’s
The Beach, which beat Farmers Market
Pink’s, which beat Union Station
McCabe’s, which beat Griffith Park
Chateau Marmont, which beat the Hollywood Sign
La Brea Bakery, which beat Venice Canals
Hollywood Forever Screenings, which beat KCRW 89.9 FM
The Weather, which beat Taco Trucks
Pacific Coast Highway, which beat The Light

You can vote at the website. Survivors are printed each month in the magazine.

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