1.) How long have you been in your city? When did you first visit your city?

I’ve lived in LA for 5 years, I never visited it, I just simply moved here and I’ve been in love ever since.

2.) Where should people stay and visit?

My recommendations would be for gay guys to stay in West Hollywood, it has a very strong gay community, it’s beautiful, clean and a lot of fun. Most importantly, it’s really safe. Most gay bars are right there. You can walk everywhere, and that’s not something that happens a lot in Los Angeles.

3.) Give us a tour of your gayborhood?

West Hollywood has the biggest concentration of gorgeous men ever, walking around is a lot of fun. You have great restaurants on Robertson and on the Sunset Strip which is one of my favorite places to just go for a walk in. It’s in West Hollywood where you find fun clubs like 1 OAK and the world famous Abbey, where you can find me dancing most nights.

4.) Where do gentlemen go for brunch?

Believe it or not there is a great brunch served at The Abbey, the business is open seven days a week, day and night. It’s not just a club, it’s also a restaurant and cafe. On the weekend they have drag brunch which is super fun. The food served there is delicious and I totally recommend it!

5.) What’s a hidden gem?

On Vermont ave, there is a place called churro Borough. They served freshly made churro sandwich icecream. The churro is perfect and warm and their ice cream flavors are very decadent! I’m Latino so that is right up my alley.

6.) What’s your favorite restaurant in the city?

On the Sunset Strip there is a place called The Eveleigh, it’s a farm to table type of restaurant, everything is fresh, staff is great and the ambience is gorgeous.  Worth every cent!

7.) What’s your perfect day in Los Angeles?

 

Perfect day for me is when I can go to the beach, and lay down on the sand with music, swim and tan without
anything to do on my schedule that day which is very rare for me, because I’m busy seven days a week. Nothing makes me happier than being at the beach in a hot SoCal day.