One of the most notable figures to pass through Hollywood is Charlie Chaplin.
A picture is worth 1000 words and in this post we not going to tell you the reasons to vacation in LA, we’re going to show you the reasons.
Unlike the celebrity spotting hot spot, Craig’s across the street, I don’t believe Gracias Madre opened its doors with the goal of becoming a celebrity hangout. Though this hip vegan hangout has become just that.
When you are planning your dinner around the hopes you’ll see a celebrity eating next to you, Los Feliz isn’t likely to be the first place you think of booking your reservations.
We told you what a hot spot for celebrity spotting the Ivy in the West Hollywood, Beverly Hills area is. Well they have another restaurant out in Santa Monica that also packs a fair number of A-List celebrities.
Probably the top restaurant for spotting celebrities in Los Angeles is The Ivy in Beverly Hills. It’s clientele is a who’s who of Hollywood’s A-List Celebrities.
Anyone that lived in Los Angeles in the eighties knows who Angelyne is.
Sometimes the car that appears in a movie or is owned by a star becomes just as famous as the celebrity. Such is the case with the Elvira Macabre Mobile that was on display today in Hollywood.
No one can say Miss Kitty Fairlane isn’t enterprising. Where it has taken other celebrities a lifetime building a successful career and a chunk of cash to the tune of $40,000 to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Miss Kitty has a better way, albeit comical way.
Arguably the most famous landmark restaurant in Los Angeles is the Brown Derby. Though it was actually a chain of restaurants, most people think the first restaurant to open – the one that was shaped like a man’s derby hat – was the only one.