L.A’s The Place As A Singles Mecca, Especially In The South Bay
When it comes to holiday parties, no place parties like Los Angeles.
Especially for singles.
In a place where it’s impossible to get into the Christmas shopping mood because it’s sunny and 70 degrees and Santa Claus wears shorts and there are palm trees instead of Christmas trees, there’s something better: great party events!
Here in the South Bay Beach Cities, where PubClub.com is headquartered, there’s enough of those things to wear you out after just a few weeks. After the last one I go home to the family in Tennessee and collapse for two weeks. I hardly take a drink don’t even want a drink, in fact.
These are often lined up on successive weekends, one after another, so that you’re going out four to five nights a week.
Holiday Strolls, Pub Crawls, Boat Parades & Fireworks
It all starts with a holiday stroll in Manhattan Beach that’s more like a wine-filled pub crawl through the downtown shops. A few weeks later there’s a few miles away in Redondo Beach, followed by another one in another part of Manhattan Beach,
Then there’s the pub crawls. Hermosa Beach had three on one Saturday in December, led by 500 transplanted Midwesterners for the annual Big 10 Pub Crawl.
And there’s the 12 Bars of Christmas pub crawl in which – you guessed it – you go to 12 bars in one night.
This is the second Friday in December and it’s squeezed between an annual (and sometimes wild) singles party at a rented beach cottage, the King Harbor Boat Parade in Redondo Beach and the spectacular Manhattan Beach Fireworks (Dec. 13_.
And this is just in the South Bay. Newport Beach has not one but two Santa pub crawls the same day.
It also has the Newport Beach Boat Parade, the largest in the world. It’s so big it lasts for five days (Dec. 16-20 in 2015).
There are also boat parades in Long Beach and Marina del Rey. As well as a parade in Long Beach’s Belmont Shore. A parade!
So you don’t come here for snow, but if you want to party for the holidays, the L.A’s the place.