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An Airport Taxi Los Angeles Loves Can Give You the Ultimate L.A. Grand Tour

Let Beverly Hills Cab Co. be your guide to the best of the Westside and Hollywood

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) is many things, and one of them is a major hub that is conveniently located to nearly all of West Los Angeles and Hollywood. Beverly Hills Cab Co. is therefore more than just the airport taxi Los Angeles residents and visitors turn to first, it's a passport to all the sights and sounds of a massive and exciting city. When you get inside your taxi, Venice Beach might well be one of the first destinations you have in mind, but there's no reason to stop there. Beverly Hills Cab Co. is there to be your anywhere-in-L.A. taxi; Westwood, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Bel-Air, Hollywood, Mid-Wilshire/Hancock Park and more are all within your reach.

Newcomers to Los Angeles tend to think of such world famous tourist destinations as the Chinese Theater in Hollywood or the Venice Boardwalk, but often Los Angeles is at its best when it's just a bit off the tourist-beaten path. Sure, Beverly Hills Cab. Co. can get you to the beach and the boardwalk, but why not also see the area's gorgeous canals, created by the legendary Abbot Kinney in homage to the city of Venice, Italy? Afterwards, you may well be pretty hungry. Hop in a Beverly Hills Cab and head to Joe's on the street named for Mr. Kinney; it's one of the city's most respected and venerable eateries with a menu fusing the best of French and high-end California fare. If you'd like to get something slightly more basic and down to earth, the Rose Cafe, just slightly inland, has been a local favorite since way back in 1979.

If the classy glitz of Hollywood Boulevard scene is more your style, there's no shortage of out of the way spots to relax and enjoy the glamor of Hollywood. Musso and Frank's is world famous for its clubby atmosphere and old school Martinis and Welsh rarebit, but try the shockingly tasty Sidecars. If you want a taste that's as modern as it is authentic and thoroughly Los Angeles, then you can't do better than the fabulous Loteria Grill across the street from Musso's. It's traditional upscale Mexican cuisine at its very best…and it's even better if you wash it down with one of the restaurant's outstanding trademark jalapeno margaritas. On the other hand, if you want pure elegance at its most supreme, then get back into your Beverly Hills Cab Co. taxi and go directly to the bar at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Sunset Boulevard. You probably won't see Beyonce and Jay-Z, or Brad and Angelina, but it's your best shot. Just remember, no autographs, please!

If you're planning a trip to Los Angeles, or if you already live here and just want to travel in style, call Beverly Hill Cab Co. toll-free at 800-398-5221, or visit them online at www.beverlyhillscabco.com today.

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