Just off aviation blvd at LAX's runway 25 lies a really fancy restaurant. But this isn't your normal restaurant as the Proud Bird has some of the best planespotting vantage points for planes making their landing approach to runway 25. In addition to being one of the best spotting points at LAX it also has a vintage museum of old WW1 and WW2 planes. You'll see Mig-15's, P-47, DC-3, and they even have the Bell X-1 which Chuck Yeager flew to be the first person and first plane to break the sound barrier.
Next time you're in LAX, make the effort to visit the Proud Bird, have a drink or an appetizer. Watch the planes making their landing approach and gaze at some of the best aircraft of the two great wars of the last century. You won't be disappointed.
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