Maybe the most exciting area in LA, the mile-and-a-half Sunset Strip is noted for its restaurants, boutiques, and nightlife. As the best-known part of Sunset Boulevard, its prevalence in the entertainment industry is unrivaled; the Strip is synonymous with celebrity and excitement because of its rich history, blend of amenities, and colorful wall-to-wall advertising. In the 1960s and the Strip became a haven for music groups—bands like Led Zeppelin, The Doors, The Byrds, Love, The Seeds, and Frank Zappa played at clubs like the Whisky a Go Go, The Roxy, Pas Box the London Fog. It extends from the east edge of Beverly Hills to Hayvenhurst Drive and is still one of the best areas to go out and explore.
The residential area north of Sunset Strip climbs up in the hills to the Bird Streets, which have become famous because of the music, film, and sports stars that flock to the area. These narrow streets are some of the most coveted in LA.
Top notch steakhouse offering top of the line prime beef and seafood dishes, all set in sleek decor.
Rainbow Bar & Grill:
Known for being the hangout of and ‘80’s rockers, Rainbow Bar & Grill is serving up pizza and italian fare.
This romantically set dining area and garden terrace are perfect to grab a bite on their traditional American fare.
Though small is size, Sushi Park is huge on flavor. Sushi chefs custom tailor each bite of fish and rice to give you the best dining experience around.
Whether you’re enjoying a drink in their rustic bar, or on their patio taking in the views of Los Angeles, Eveleigh provides farm-to-table small and large plates inspired by American & European country cooking.
One of the most popular clubs in NYC made its way to LA, this spacious nightclub offers bottle service and popular DJs.
One of LA’s landmark nightclubs known for showcasing both up and coming and headliner rock bands.
This open-air bar is located on the roof of the Mondrian Hotel, stop by to have a drink next to the pool with views of the city.
Top-shelf cocktail and cuisine are served up at this swanky lounge on the iconic Sunset Strip.