Top Ten Most Insta-Worthy Spots in West Hollywood, California Which Defines You

West Hollywood Selfie Spots are everywhere, thanks to goregous public art and lovely California light.

We came, we saw, we snapped, we posted. And with those four little actions, a bigger identity was created by visiting West Hollywood’s most popular Insta-worthy spots.

Some of the places in West Hollywood’s Top Ten Insta-worthy spots are recognizable to all, while others deliberately signal to an inside crowd. “Look, I’m here in West Hollywood, IRL”. Straight up and naked or filtered through an Instagram trick, life looks better in welcoming WeHo.

Here are WeHo’s top spots for capturing the perfect image, in alphabetical order, because ranking them is too personal. Be sure to use @visitweho to garner maximum audience accolades.

Alfred Coffee (@alfred)

As they say, “But first, coffee” while first-time patrons say, “But first, selfie.” Whether it’s the triangular black-and-white tile or the macha or the avocado toast, there’s a cool-factor here that’s on par with its alley location next to Cycle House. Yeah, the one where Khloe Kardashian and others work out. 8428 Melrose Ave., http://www.alfredcoffee.com

Cycle House (@cyclehousela)

Take a spin (class) and then strike a pose in the alley (preferably in a piece of designer athleisure apparel in front of JGoldcrown’s latest mural) with a sweaty glow that says, “I came, I rode, I clicked, therefore I am.” That and the buff abs and pecs are testimony enough to being alive. 8511 Melrose Ave., http://www.cyclehousela.com

E.P. & L.P. (@eplosangeles)

This deservedly acclaimed duo is known for a few things: its “Young and Free” neon sign that screams selfie even for mathematically middle-aged peeps; its rooftop happy hours and evening noshing beside a pink “Where Love Lives” neon sign; and its cool, self-described modern Asian eating house vibe. 603 North La Cienega Blvd., http://www.eplosangeles.com

Gracias Madre (@gmweho)

It’s always a good day to say Thanks Mom, a place that celebrates organic Mexican food and the people who grow, cook and serve it. You can’t capture the spirit of the place in pixels, but you can sure try – with sun glinting off their boozy snow cones or popsicles or with naturally stylized dishes that almost…

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