Okay. It’s Saint Patrick’s Day and you’re out on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Where do you go to refresh? Jameson’s Irish Pub and Sports Grill!
Leave it to Hollywood to name a bar after a haircut, the Mullet.
If your trip to visit Hollywood includes that sweet someone you would like to do something special for, consider dining at Miceli’s.
One of the coolest places to visit if you are on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is the one no one told you about.
If you sweetie is telling you that she would love nothing more than dinner in the glorious dining room of the old Titanic but you don’t know how to travel in time, you may be in luck. Apparently the Titanic washed up to shore in Los Angeles…
The Rose Cafe has been a Venice institution since the late seventies. Walk thorough the painted roses around the entrance and the first thing that is likely to catch you eye is how much bigger the Rose Cafe is than it appears on the outside.
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.
If you need a good reason to ride Angels Flight, other than how utterly cool it is, or that it is a favorite LA tourist attraction (and by far one of the cheapest), I have one more. It’s what you get to see at the top.
The word cafeteria creates images in our minds of the lunch line back in school and similar cafeterias where once you waited through the serving line, you ate in the most boring of environments.
When I first stumbled into Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream in the Los Feliz Village on Hillhurst, I thought it was their only shop,