The go-to nightlife destination of Los Angeles, Hollywood remains an iconic destination synonymous with glamour and stardom. Locals and visitors alike still flock to “Tinseltown” for entertainment and sightseeing. It is home to the world famous Hollywood sign as well as Grauman’s Chinese Theater.
Exclusive restaurants and trendy nightclubs dot Hollywood Boulevard. Locals with a taste for the outdoors are not without luck though as Hollywood is home to arguably the best hiking trail is Los Angeles, Runyon Canyon. The area is home to a vast amount of school options including Hollywood High. Anyone looking for Los Angele’s hottest nightlife neighborhood will find a perfect match in Hollywood.
Musso and Frank Grill:
This is Hollywood’s oldest eatery, still serving up American fare and martinis in classic red booths.
Executive Chef Jimmy Shaw takes pride in serving up authentic Mexican cuisine. Using only the finest and freshest ingredients prepared with the same processes as in Mexico. Stop in for a bite and margarita!
Some of the freshest and precisely cut sushi around. Katsuya offers upscale signature sushi and unique cocktails in a Philippe Starck designed space.
Located in the Redbury Hotel, this trendy eatery serves tapas to complement their inventive cocktail and wine list.
Stop in for New American fare in their mid-century modern dining room or just a cocktail at their curved bar.
The Spare Room:
Expect nothing but a good time when stopping by The Spare Room. This cocktail lounge is also a game parlor with bowling lanes are old-school classics.
Looking for a late night happy hour? Look no further. The Well has extended happy hour to complement their bar bites and jukebox jams.
Step back in time with book-inspired drinks and library-inspired decor. One of Hollywood's trendy spots.