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The Jerk Spot
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Color Lab
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Leo's Taco Truck
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La Poubelle
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Slauson Swamp
Los Angeles

Eating in LA with Justice Wears Cool Pants

Brought to you in partnership with On Running and The Cloudaway Agency. We partnered to offer our community an alternative way to feed that need for new horizons with a series of guides and getaways inside their own city limits.


Justice Baiden co-founder of record label and management company, Love Renaissance, has been been living in LA since 2016. Though he loves where he grew up in Atlanta, it's undeniable that "LA has the opportunities" and gives creatives, like himself, the chance to "manifest things that are hard to do in other places."


Through living in LA, Justice has carved out some of his favourite places to experience culture, eat good and escape the Hollywood vibe so associated with the city. Read his guide to find hole-in-the-wall jerk spots, the best taco truck to munch on with your friends and even somewhere to develop photos and relive memories.

Brought to you in partnership with On Running and The Cloudaway Agency. We partnered to offer our community an alternative way to feed that need for new horizons with a series of guides and getaways inside their own city limits.


Justice Baiden co-founder of record label and management company, Love Renaissance, has been been living in LA since 2016. Though he loves where he grew up in Atlanta, it's undeniable that "LA has the opportunities" and gives creatives, like himself, the chance to "manifest things that are hard to do in other places."


Through living in LA, Justice has carved out some of his favourite places to experience culture, eat good and escape the Hollywood vibe so associated with the city. Read his guide to find hole-in-the-wall jerk spots, the best taco truck to munch on with your friends and even somewhere to develop photos and relive memories.

The Jerk Spot

In LA, there’s really no Caribbean culture. So, the Jerk Spot is one of those places that I go to and it makes me forget that I’m in LA kind of thing. The food’s incredible, the area is like this little small, almost hole-in-the-wall type spot. I’m a big foodie.

Color Lab

In my free time, I’ve been taking photos. I’m like a fake photographer, for me it’s significant because it’s when you create memories and don’t take photos of them, you almost forget about them. So, when I go to that photo lab to develop my photos and I receive them, it almost feels like me reliving these memories.

Leo's Taco Truck

The taco truck experience feels cultural, it feels like a good place to coagulate, sit on the block. Get some tacos, vibe out. It’s very communal, in like the most street-possible way. LA culture is completely different and i feel like that taco truck adds like a little bit more street-ness to Los Angeles. You gotta do the Carnita tacos with the green sauce.

La Poubelle

For me, it’s all about trying to find different flavours in this city because like I said, LA is so spread out that sometimes it’s kinda hard to find pockets of things. But this spot has a very strong Parisian feel. It’s kind of like a little Paris hangout, it feels like you’re in the middle of Paris even though you’re in the middle of LA. And you know the drinks are amazing and the thought process behind that experience, again, like I said, I’m a foodie, so it’s kind of just where I hang out. The crowd there is more creative.

Slauson Swamp

The thing about this spot is that it gives me a clash of culture and creativity. Because everyone that’s selling stuff there or goes there is usually from a lack of funds, it’s not a lot of wealthy people or people that are affluent that really go there. You just get to see what everybody’s taste is and how everyone’s trying to relate what they’re putting forward. It gives me a sense of a melting pot.