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Three ways to spend the day in Marina del Rey for any type of Angelino


Los Angeles’ beach-side playground, Marina Del Rey, is so much more than its “wow”-worthy waterfront. With its abundance of happening restaurants and breathtaking scenery, Angelinos of all types are getting in line to call Marina Del Rey home. Here’s how to spend the day in Marina Del Rey — for any type of Angelino.

The Wellness Guru

Grainbowls, kombucha, Muay Thai, oh my! Marina Del Rey is an ideal destination for the self-improvement seekers, as the neighborhood has no shortage of boutique fitness studios and clean eats. Start your day with an invigorating workout at JFM Boxing Club and work on cultivating a new skill. Reward yourself for a workout well-done with an iced cocochino from Erewhon.

Afterwards, fuel up with a salad from sweetgreen (pro tip: their buffalo chicken bowl makes for an even better wrap, and can be a meal for two–if you feel like sharing, that is.)

The Adventurer

Whether in the hills or by the bay, Marina Del Rey’s scenery is some of LA’s finest. Get a jump start on the day at Los Angeles mainstay Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf and enjoy the sunrise while you sip your coffee at Burton Chace Park. After watching the sun rise in the east, skip on over to Noah’s NY Bagels for a taste of the East Coast.

The weather in Marina Del Rey is almost always perfect for a hike, and Bluff Creek Trail is one of the neighborhood’s premiere spots. Bluff Creek is a local favorite, and is much less crowded than Runyon. If you need a break from the sun, both the LACMA and Getty museums are close by — though we should note that both are temporarily closed. If you’re up for even more adventure, grab dinner at Salt and try their “kung pao” octopus. Just looking to unwind after a long day? Opt for the more low-key (but not low-carb) Locanda Positano.

There’s more to explore in Marina Del Rey

While this hardly scratches the surface of things to do in Marina Del Rey, it’s pretty clear that the neighborhood has something for everyone–whether you’re brand-new to the area or a lifelong Angelino. Living at Common means you spend less on rent (and get more included amenities for the price) than at other apartments in the neighborhood, so you can afford to enjoy all that Los Angeles has to offer

Want to know more about living in Los Angeles? Schedule a tour with one of leasing agents and see how living in LA’s waterside paradise is made even better by Common.

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