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Iconic theme park just a quick 30-minute drive!
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Disneyland
1313 Disneyland Drive
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Iconic theme park just a quick 30-minute drive!
Iconic theme park just a quick 10-minute drive.
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Universal Studios Hollywood
100 Universal City Plaza
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Iconic theme park just a quick 10-minute drive.
Iconic Sony's stuidio tour.
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Sony Pictures Studio Tour
10202 Washington Boulevard
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Iconic Sony's stuidio tour.
"Pacific Park has resumed ride operation with guidance from the State and County. At this time, ride ticket purchases should be made online. Guests can purchase rides on their mobile device at www.pacpark.com/ridenow"
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Santa Monica Pier
200 Santa Monica Pier
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"Pacific Park has resumed ride operation with guidance from the State and County. At this time, ride ticket purchases should be made online. Guests can purchase rides on their mobile device at www.pacpark.com/ridenow"
"Knott’s Berry Farm is a world-renowned theme park built from the humblest of beginnings. What started as a small berry farm soon began to grow into a family theme park destination thanks to famous fried chicken dinners, boysenberries and an Old West Ghost Town. Knott’s Berry Farm now bursts with attractions and entertainment for all ages, including first-class roller coasters, stage shows, interactive experiences, delicious food creations and family-friendly fun featuring Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang. The once small family farm has grown into today's family fun destination; home to the Knott's Berry Farm theme park, Knott's Soak City Waterpark and Knott's Berry Farm Hotel."
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Knotts berry farm
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"Knott’s Berry Farm is a world-renowned theme park built from the humblest of beginnings. What started as a small berry farm soon began to grow into a family theme park destination thanks to famous fried chicken dinners, boysenberries and an Old West Ghost Town. Knott’s Berry Farm now bursts with attractions and entertainment for all ages, including first-class roller coasters, stage shows, interactive experiences, delicious food creations and family-friendly fun featuring Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang. The once small family farm has grown into today's family fun destination; home to the Knott's Berry Farm theme park, Knott's Soak City Waterpark and Knott's Berry Farm Hotel."
"Hands-on science education that delights, challenges, and encourages kids? The Discovery Science Foundation has made a positive difference in thousands of lives for 35 years. The foundation achieves this goal through four core initiatives: STEM proficiency, early childhood education, healthy living, and environmental stewardship. These future-forward initiatives inspire educators, their students, and all of us committed to learning for life. Our original center in Orange County, as well as our newer Los Angeles and Newport Beach campuses, gives those seeking immersive, interactive science activities a way to jump into the learning fun. In addition to our campuses, educational outreach programs remain a major part of our mission. Bringing a host of experiences directly to learners is essential to achieving the foundation’s core initiatives. It’s a mission that also includes empowering real-world application by giving learners a chance to make a difference. This vision has made the foundation a prominent advocate for modern science education over the years. Spotlighting science as a solution and as a force for good is what the Discovery Science Foundation so successfully does."
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Discovery Cube Los Angeles
11800 Foothill Blvd
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"Hands-on science education that delights, challenges, and encourages kids? The Discovery Science Foundation has made a positive difference in thousands of lives for 35 years. The foundation achieves this goal through four core initiatives: STEM proficiency, early childhood education, healthy living, and environmental stewardship. These future-forward initiatives inspire educators, their students, and all of us committed to learning for life. Our original center in Orange County, as well as our newer Los Angeles and Newport Beach campuses, gives those seeking immersive, interactive science activities a way to jump into the learning fun. In addition to our campuses, educational outreach programs remain a major part of our mission. Bringing a host of experiences directly to learners is essential to achieving the foundation’s core initiatives. It’s a mission that also includes empowering real-world application by giving learners a chance to make a difference. This vision has made the foundation a prominent advocate for modern science education over the years. Spotlighting science as a solution and as a force for good is what the Discovery Science Foundation so successfully does."
"In the 1920s, real estate developer Charles Toberman and Sid Grauman built the Egyptian, Chinese and El Capitan theatres. Los Angeles based Stiles O. Clements designed the elaborate cast-concrete Spanish Colonial style exterior; San Francisco architect G. Albert Lansburgh, known for his design of over 50 West Coast theatres and luxury cinema houses, designed the lavish East Indian inspired interior. Stars of the stage attended the opening of the El Capitan Theatre, the largest legitimate theatre in Hollywood, which debuted on May 3, 1926. They filled the 1,550 seat theatre, dubbed "Hollywood's First Home of Spoken Drama", for the premiere of the fresh-from-Broadway play CHARLOT'S REVUE, starring Jack Buchanan, Gertrude Lawrence, and Beatrice Lillie. In 1941, the El Capitan Theatre was converted from a playhouse to a movie theatre. Searching for a theatre in Hollywood to premiere his controversial film, CITIZEN KANE, Orson Welles rented the El Capitan. On May 8, 1941, Welles' first feature film, CITIZEN KANE, premiered at the El Capitan Theatre. Shortly thereafter, the theatre closed for a two month renovation and modernization. The theatre reopened in March 1942 as the Hollywood Paramount, a new, streamlined "art moderne" first run movie house. Meanwhile, the El Capitan name and the entire El Capitan staff moved to the nearby Hollywood Playhouse. In 1989, the Walt Disney Company joined forces with Pacific Theatres and launched a two-year, museum quality restoration of The El Capitan, led by renowned theatre designer Joseph J. Musil. Musil with the supervision of the National Park Service's Department of the Interior, and guidance from conservator Martin Weil and architect Ed Fields, achieved the goal recreating the original 1926 look and feel -- including original design elements such as the ornate plasterwork found hidden behind walls and the opera boxes in the main auditorium. The theatre reopened its doors to the public on June 19, 1991 for the world premiere of Walt Disney Pictures' THE ROCKETEER. THE ROCKETEER became the first of many Walt Disney Pictures feature films to premiere at the El Capitan Theatre."
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El Capitan Theatre
6838 Hollywood Boulevard
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"In the 1920s, real estate developer Charles Toberman and Sid Grauman built the Egyptian, Chinese and El Capitan theatres. Los Angeles based Stiles O. Clements designed the elaborate cast-concrete Spanish Colonial style exterior; San Francisco architect G. Albert Lansburgh, known for his design of over 50 West Coast theatres and luxury cinema houses, designed the lavish East Indian inspired interior. Stars of the stage attended the opening of the El Capitan Theatre, the largest legitimate theatre in Hollywood, which debuted on May 3, 1926. They filled the 1,550 seat theatre, dubbed "Hollywood's First Home of Spoken Drama", for the premiere of the fresh-from-Broadway play CHARLOT'S REVUE, starring Jack Buchanan, Gertrude Lawrence, and Beatrice Lillie. In 1941, the El Capitan Theatre was converted from a playhouse to a movie theatre. Searching for a theatre in Hollywood to premiere his controversial film, CITIZEN KANE, Orson Welles rented the El Capitan. On May 8, 1941, Welles' first feature film, CITIZEN KANE, premiered at the El Capitan Theatre. Shortly thereafter, the theatre closed for a two month renovation and modernization. The theatre reopened in March 1942 as the Hollywood Paramount, a new, streamlined "art moderne" first run movie house. Meanwhile, the El Capitan name and the entire El Capitan staff moved to the nearby Hollywood Playhouse. In 1989, the Walt Disney Company joined forces with Pacific Theatres and launched a two-year, museum quality restoration of The El Capitan, led by renowned theatre designer Joseph J. Musil. Musil with the supervision of the National Park Service's Department of the Interior, and guidance from conservator Martin Weil and architect Ed Fields, achieved the goal recreating the original 1926 look and feel -- including original design elements such as the ornate plasterwork found hidden behind walls and the opera boxes in the main auditorium. The theatre reopened its doors to the public on June 19, 1991 for the world premiere of Walt Disney Pictures' THE ROCKETEER. THE ROCKETEER became the first of many Walt Disney Pictures feature films to premiere at the El Capitan Theatre."
"Operating Hours Golf N' Stuff Ventura Open 7 Days A Week/365 Days a Year! SPECIAL HOURS: No Special Hours at This Time Now offering EXCLUSIVE use of our Miniature Golf Courses either one hour ($250 or $25 per person if more than 10) or two hours ($450 or $40 per person if more than 10) before we open daily. Another way Golf N Stuff is working to keep you safe!!! Contact Kevin @ (805) 644-7131 ext. 211 to make a reservation. WINTER HOURS: - April 14, 2021 - Mon-Thurs: 10AM - 9PM (Rides 2PM - 9PM) Friday: 10AM - 10PM (Rides: 2 - 10PM) Saturday: 10AM - 10PM (Rides: 11AM - 10PM) Sunday: 10AM - 9PM (Rides 11AM- 9PM) GOLF AND RIDE SALES CLOSE APPROXIMATELY 1 HOUR BEFORE PARK CLOSING. Hours subject to change without notice. Please contact the location directly to confirm days and hours of operation. Attractions/Park may close without notice due to unforseen weather, electrical, or mechanical conditions/maintenance. SUMMER HOURS: June 7, 2021 - August 22, 2021 Monday - Sunday: 10:00am to 10:00pm (all rides): 11:00am to 9:00pm) GOLF AND RIDE SALES CLOSE APPROXIMATELY 1 HOUR BEFORE PARK CLOSING. Hours subject to change without notice. Please contact the location directly to confirm days and hours of operation. Attractions/Park may close without notice due to unforseen weather, electrical, or mechanical conditions/maintenance."
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Golf N' Stuff
5555 Walker Street
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"Operating Hours Golf N' Stuff Ventura Open 7 Days A Week/365 Days a Year! SPECIAL HOURS: No Special Hours at This Time Now offering EXCLUSIVE use of our Miniature Golf Courses either one hour ($250 or $25 per person if more than 10) or two hours ($450 or $40 per person if more than 10) before we open daily. Another way Golf N Stuff is working to keep you safe!!! Contact Kevin @ (805) 644-7131 ext. 211 to make a reservation. WINTER HOURS: - April 14, 2021 - Mon-Thurs: 10AM - 9PM (Rides 2PM - 9PM) Friday: 10AM - 10PM (Rides: 2 - 10PM) Saturday: 10AM - 10PM (Rides: 11AM - 10PM) Sunday: 10AM - 9PM (Rides 11AM- 9PM) GOLF AND RIDE SALES CLOSE APPROXIMATELY 1 HOUR BEFORE PARK CLOSING. Hours subject to change without notice. Please contact the location directly to confirm days and hours of operation. Attractions/Park may close without notice due to unforseen weather, electrical, or mechanical conditions/maintenance. SUMMER HOURS: June 7, 2021 - August 22, 2021 Monday - Sunday: 10:00am to 10:00pm (all rides): 11:00am to 9:00pm) GOLF AND RIDE SALES CLOSE APPROXIMATELY 1 HOUR BEFORE PARK CLOSING. Hours subject to change without notice. Please contact the location directly to confirm days and hours of operation. Attractions/Park may close without notice due to unforseen weather, electrical, or mechanical conditions/maintenance."
Best Local Sightseeing
Introducing: Secret Story Tour An all-new digital, interactive mobile app You’ve experienced the Pier before, but never like this! Enjoy an all-new, totally fun digital and interactive experience at the Pier with our new Secret Story Tour. Want to know why the Pier was built originally or what happened to the short lived, off-shore gambling boat? Come down to the Pier, download the app and solve location-based puzzles to unlock secrets and untold stories of the Pier. You’ll use the hidden clues on your quest to discover new ways to preserve the Pier based on our 111 year history and let you capture one-of-a-kind photos along the way. Share your favorite images with us after you complete the journey with #PierSecretStoryTour The Santa Monica Pier is open from 6AM-10PM, with limited capacity and access based on Public Safety Concerns. Face masks and social distancing are required. As of 6/1/2021.
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Santa Monica Pier
200 Santa Monica Pier
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Introducing: Secret Story Tour An all-new digital, interactive mobile app You’ve experienced the Pier before, but never like this! Enjoy an all-new, totally fun digital and interactive experience at the Pier with our new Secret Story Tour. Want to know why the Pier was built originally or what happened to the short lived, off-shore gambling boat? Come down to the Pier, download the app and solve location-based puzzles to unlock secrets and untold stories of the Pier. You’ll use the hidden clues on your quest to discover new ways to preserve the Pier based on our 111 year history and let you capture one-of-a-kind photos along the way. Share your favorite images with us after you complete the journey with #PierSecretStoryTour The Santa Monica Pier is open from 6AM-10PM, with limited capacity and access based on Public Safety Concerns. Face masks and social distancing are required. As of 6/1/2021.
"The stars on the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame are located on both sides of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is an internationally-recognized Hollywood icon. With about 24 induction ceremonies annually broadcast around the world, the constant reinforcement provided to the public has made the Walk of Fame a top visitor attraction. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is undoubtedly one of the most successful marketing ideas ever produced. Unfortunately, there is a lot of inaccurate information circulating about the history of the Walk. We present this brief history to set the record straight. The man credited with the idea for creating a Walk of Fame, was E. M. Stuart, who served in 1953 as the volunteer president of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. In that year, according to a Chamber press release he proposed the Walk as a means to “maintain the glory of a community whose name means glamour and excitement in the four corners of the world.” He appointed a committee to begin fleshing out the idea and the architectural firm of Periera and Luckman was employed to develop some specific proposals. Where the original idea came from is not certain; however, the ceiling of the dining room of the historic Hollywood Hotel once had stars painted on the ceiling with the names of celebrities and that may have been a precursor of the idea to place stars in the sidewalks. It was not until 1955 that the basic tenets of the proposal were agreed upon, and in that year, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce proceeded to secure the necessary signatures to present to the City for further action in the formation of an assessment district. These plans were crystallized and submitted to the Los Angeles City Council in January of 1956. The Council embraced the idea and instructed the Board of Public Works to prepare the engineering specifications and to create the necessary assessment district to pay for the improvements. As plans progressed, various concepts were reviewed. In February of 1956, a proposed rendering of a star was unveiled that included a caricature of the honoree, with a proposal for brown and blue sidewalks. It was later determined that caricatures would be too difficult to develop and the colors of the sidewalk were changed to black and coral. It is said that Hollywood businessman C.E. Toberman nixed the idea of the brown and blue sidewalks because they did not complement a new building he was erecting on the Boulevard. The Chamber established the Hollywood Improvement Association to work with the City in pursuing the idea. The man who was selected to chair the effort was Harry Sugarman, a prominent businessman whose family had been film exhibitors and owned one of California’s oldest theatres. He saw the project through to completion. While the City worked on creation of the assessment district, the Improvement Association moved forward between May 1956 and the fall of 1957 in selecting the honorees to be initially placed in the Walk. Four committees were established to represent the four different aspects of the entertainment industry at that time – motion picture, television, recording and radio. The committees included some of the most prominent names in entertainment. Members of the Motion Picture Selection Committee included Cecil B. DeMille, Samuel Goldwyn, Jesse Lasky, Walt Disney, Hal Roach, Mack Sennett and Walter Lantz, among others. Once the effort began, suggestions began pouring in to the Chamber offices – as many as 150 names a week were submitted. Meanwhile, the City was finalizing plans for the assessment district. The cost to build the Walk, including new street lighting and street trees, was determined to be $1.25-million. This worked out to $85 per front foot to be paid by the adjacent property owners. Walk of Fame GroundbreakingOn August 15, 1958, the Chamber and City unveiled eight stars on Hollywood Blvd. at Highland Avenue to create excitement and to demonstrate what the Walk would look like. The eight honorees included: Olive Borden, Ronald Colman, Louise Fazenda, Preston Foster, Burt Lancaster, Edward Sedgwick, Ernest Torrence, and Joanne Woodward. Construction on the Walk was expected to begin shortly thereafter. On February 8, 1960, construction actually began on the long-planned Walk. The first star to be laid in the new Walk was that of Stanley Kramer on March 28, 1960, near the intersection of Hollywood and Gower. By that fall, work had progressed far enough that it was decided to dedicate the Walk on November 23, 1960, in conjunction with the Hollywood Christmas Parade. E.M. Stuart, as the originator of the idea, was appointed chair of the Completion Committee and planned the ceremony to mark completion of the project. The job was not actually completed until spring 1961, when it was finally accepted by the Board of Public Works, with the first 1,558 stars. Shortly after completion, it was recognized that in order to continue the original intent of the program for the addition of more names in the vacant stars, a mechanism had to be created. On May 18, 1962, the Los Angeles City Council approved an ordinance that specified the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce should be the agent to advise the City in all matters pertaining to the addition of other names. The Chamber faced three tasks in moving forward: (1) to establish a set of rules to determine the qualifications of personalities to be eligible for addition to the Walk of Fame, (2) to work out a procedure to process candidates, and (3) to develop a plan for the financing of the costs of the addition of approved names. The task took several years, and it was not until December 11, 1968, that another star was added. Actor/comedian Danny Thomas hosted the momentous star unveiling for producer/studio executive Richard D. Zanuck in front of the world-famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. From this time forward, star ceremonies were held on a fairly regular basis. In 1972, Charlie Chaplin was awarded a star on the Walk of Fame. By May 21, 1975, when Carol Burnett received her honors, a total of 99 stars had been added to the original Walk. In 1978, the Cultural Heritage Board of the City of Los Angeles designated the Hollywood Walk of Fame as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #194. In 1980, the Chamber presented a star to entertainer Johnny Grant. Johnny became enthused about the honor and involved himself in creating a very memorable star ceremony. The Chamber was so impressed with his efforts, that they approached him about chairing the Walk of Fame Committee, which he accepted. From then, until his death in January 2008, Johnny’s name became synonymous with the Walk of Fame. His strong leadership built the Walk into an international icon. Under his leadership, a fifth category of “Live Theatre” was added in 1984 to allow persons who excelled in all types of live performance to be considered for stars. He also solved the problem of running out of space to add stars. When constructed, the Walk was designed to accommodate 2,518 stars. By the 1990s, space in the most popular areas was becoming difficult to find. To solve the problem, Johnny approved the creation of a second row of stars on the sidewalk, which would alternate with the existing stars. For more about Hollywood’s beloved honorary mayor Johnny Grant, go to: www.johnnygrant.com. On February 1, 1994 (which was Hollywood’s birthday anniversary), the Walk of Fame was extended one block to the west from Sycamore to LaBrea on Hollywood Blvd. as part of a revitalization project by the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency. Thirty stars were added to the block to create an instant attraction. At this time, Sophia Loren was honored with the 2,000th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Today, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce continues to add stars to the Walk of Fame as the representative of the City of Los Angeles. An average of two stars are added to the Walk on a monthly basis. The Walk is a tribute to all of those who worked so hard to develop the concept and to maintain this world-class tourist attraction."
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Hollywood Walk of Fame
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"The stars on the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame are located on both sides of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is an internationally-recognized Hollywood icon. With about 24 induction ceremonies annually broadcast around the world, the constant reinforcement provided to the public has made the Walk of Fame a top visitor attraction. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is undoubtedly one of the most successful marketing ideas ever produced. Unfortunately, there is a lot of inaccurate information circulating about the history of the Walk. We present this brief history to set the record straight. The man credited with the idea for creating a Walk of Fame, was E. M. Stuart, who served in 1953 as the volunteer president of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. In that year, according to a Chamber press release he proposed the Walk as a means to “maintain the glory of a community whose name means glamour and excitement in the four corners of the world.” He appointed a committee to begin fleshing out the idea and the architectural firm of Periera and Luckman was employed to develop some specific proposals. Where the original idea came from is not certain; however, the ceiling of the dining room of the historic Hollywood Hotel once had stars painted on the ceiling with the names of celebrities and that may have been a precursor of the idea to place stars in the sidewalks. It was not until 1955 that the basic tenets of the proposal were agreed upon, and in that year, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce proceeded to secure the necessary signatures to present to the City for further action in the formation of an assessment district. These plans were crystallized and submitted to the Los Angeles City Council in January of 1956. The Council embraced the idea and instructed the Board of Public Works to prepare the engineering specifications and to create the necessary assessment district to pay for the improvements. As plans progressed, various concepts were reviewed. In February of 1956, a proposed rendering of a star was unveiled that included a caricature of the honoree, with a proposal for brown and blue sidewalks. It was later determined that caricatures would be too difficult to develop and the colors of the sidewalk were changed to black and coral. It is said that Hollywood businessman C.E. Toberman nixed the idea of the brown and blue sidewalks because they did not complement a new building he was erecting on the Boulevard. The Chamber established the Hollywood Improvement Association to work with the City in pursuing the idea. The man who was selected to chair the effort was Harry Sugarman, a prominent businessman whose family had been film exhibitors and owned one of California’s oldest theatres. He saw the project through to completion. While the City worked on creation of the assessment district, the Improvement Association moved forward between May 1956 and the fall of 1957 in selecting the honorees to be initially placed in the Walk. Four committees were established to represent the four different aspects of the entertainment industry at that time – motion picture, television, recording and radio. The committees included some of the most prominent names in entertainment. Members of the Motion Picture Selection Committee included Cecil B. DeMille, Samuel Goldwyn, Jesse Lasky, Walt Disney, Hal Roach, Mack Sennett and Walter Lantz, among others. Once the effort began, suggestions began pouring in to the Chamber offices – as many as 150 names a week were submitted. Meanwhile, the City was finalizing plans for the assessment district. The cost to build the Walk, including new street lighting and street trees, was determined to be $1.25-million. This worked out to $85 per front foot to be paid by the adjacent property owners. Walk of Fame GroundbreakingOn August 15, 1958, the Chamber and City unveiled eight stars on Hollywood Blvd. at Highland Avenue to create excitement and to demonstrate what the Walk would look like. The eight honorees included: Olive Borden, Ronald Colman, Louise Fazenda, Preston Foster, Burt Lancaster, Edward Sedgwick, Ernest Torrence, and Joanne Woodward. Construction on the Walk was expected to begin shortly thereafter. On February 8, 1960, construction actually began on the long-planned Walk. The first star to be laid in the new Walk was that of Stanley Kramer on March 28, 1960, near the intersection of Hollywood and Gower. By that fall, work had progressed far enough that it was decided to dedicate the Walk on November 23, 1960, in conjunction with the Hollywood Christmas Parade. E.M. Stuart, as the originator of the idea, was appointed chair of the Completion Committee and planned the ceremony to mark completion of the project. The job was not actually completed until spring 1961, when it was finally accepted by the Board of Public Works, with the first 1,558 stars. Shortly after completion, it was recognized that in order to continue the original intent of the program for the addition of more names in the vacant stars, a mechanism had to be created. On May 18, 1962, the Los Angeles City Council approved an ordinance that specified the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce should be the agent to advise the City in all matters pertaining to the addition of other names. The Chamber faced three tasks in moving forward: (1) to establish a set of rules to determine the qualifications of personalities to be eligible for addition to the Walk of Fame, (2) to work out a procedure to process candidates, and (3) to develop a plan for the financing of the costs of the addition of approved names. The task took several years, and it was not until December 11, 1968, that another star was added. Actor/comedian Danny Thomas hosted the momentous star unveiling for producer/studio executive Richard D. Zanuck in front of the world-famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. From this time forward, star ceremonies were held on a fairly regular basis. In 1972, Charlie Chaplin was awarded a star on the Walk of Fame. By May 21, 1975, when Carol Burnett received her honors, a total of 99 stars had been added to the original Walk. In 1978, the Cultural Heritage Board of the City of Los Angeles designated the Hollywood Walk of Fame as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #194. In 1980, the Chamber presented a star to entertainer Johnny Grant. Johnny became enthused about the honor and involved himself in creating a very memorable star ceremony. The Chamber was so impressed with his efforts, that they approached him about chairing the Walk of Fame Committee, which he accepted. From then, until his death in January 2008, Johnny’s name became synonymous with the Walk of Fame. His strong leadership built the Walk into an international icon. Under his leadership, a fifth category of “Live Theatre” was added in 1984 to allow persons who excelled in all types of live performance to be considered for stars. He also solved the problem of running out of space to add stars. When constructed, the Walk was designed to accommodate 2,518 stars. By the 1990s, space in the most popular areas was becoming difficult to find. To solve the problem, Johnny approved the creation of a second row of stars on the sidewalk, which would alternate with the existing stars. For more about Hollywood’s beloved honorary mayor Johnny Grant, go to: www.johnnygrant.com. On February 1, 1994 (which was Hollywood’s birthday anniversary), the Walk of Fame was extended one block to the west from Sycamore to LaBrea on Hollywood Blvd. as part of a revitalization project by the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency. Thirty stars were added to the block to create an instant attraction. At this time, Sophia Loren was honored with the 2,000th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Today, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce continues to add stars to the Walk of Fame as the representative of the City of Los Angeles. An average of two stars are added to the Walk on a monthly basis. The Walk is a tribute to all of those who worked so hard to develop the concept and to maintain this world-class tourist attraction."
"Observatory History Since the doors opened in 1935, Griffith Observatory has become the most-visited public observatory in the world. The Observatory’s history starts with the vision of one man and reflects the invention, innovation, and inspiration that also characterize Los Angeles. The History of Griffith Observatory The inspiration for the Observatory and for Griffith Park came from Griffith J. Griffith who was the benefactor for both. The idea of a “public observatory” was a very new one at the turn of the 20th century, but Griffith developed very precise specifications regarding what should be included in the building. From 1935-2002, the Observatory provided southern Californians and visitors from around the world with chances to observe, to learn, and to be inspired. Griffith’s vision for the building was updated and enhanced when the Observatory was renovated and expanded from 2002-2006. Since reopening after renovation, the Observatory has reached increasingly larger audiences, both in-person, online, and through media and film. In 2020, the Observatory celebrated its 85th anniversary.
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Griffith-observatoriet
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"Observatory History Since the doors opened in 1935, Griffith Observatory has become the most-visited public observatory in the world. The Observatory’s history starts with the vision of one man and reflects the invention, innovation, and inspiration that also characterize Los Angeles. The History of Griffith Observatory The inspiration for the Observatory and for Griffith Park came from Griffith J. Griffith who was the benefactor for both. The idea of a “public observatory” was a very new one at the turn of the 20th century, but Griffith developed very precise specifications regarding what should be included in the building. From 1935-2002, the Observatory provided southern Californians and visitors from around the world with chances to observe, to learn, and to be inspired. Griffith’s vision for the building was updated and enhanced when the Observatory was renovated and expanded from 2002-2006. Since reopening after renovation, the Observatory has reached increasingly larger audiences, both in-person, online, and through media and film. In 2020, the Observatory celebrated its 85th anniversary.
“There are several breathtaking views of downtown LA, the Hollywood sign and neighboring canyons & valleys.” Wear hiking or tennis shoes.
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Runyon Canyon Park
2000 N Fuller Ave
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“There are several breathtaking views of downtown LA, the Hollywood sign and neighboring canyons & valleys.” Wear hiking or tennis shoes.
"Bradbury Building Blade Runner Since it opened in 1893, Downtown Los Angeles's Bradbury Building has been the subject of fascination and endless speculation. Its golden, light-filled courtyard has been immortalized in countless movies, including 500 Days of Summer, The Artist, and, most famously, Blade Runner.Jun 22, 2017"
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Bradbury Building
304 S Broadway
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"Bradbury Building Blade Runner Since it opened in 1893, Downtown Los Angeles's Bradbury Building has been the subject of fascination and endless speculation. Its golden, light-filled courtyard has been immortalized in countless movies, including 500 Days of Summer, The Artist, and, most famously, Blade Runner.Jun 22, 2017"
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"The Last Bookstore is California’s largest used and new book and record store. Currently, in our third incarnation, we began in 2005 in a downtown Los Angeles loft. That’s when owner Josh Spencer took his decade of experience selling everything from cars to clothes online and focused instead on his first love: books. During the revitalization of downtown LA, we grew quickly to our current 22,000 sq. ft. space in the Spring Arts Tower at 5th & Spring. The name was chosen with irony but seems more appropriate with each passing day as physical bookstores die out like dinosaurs from the meteoric impact of Amazon and e-books. We continue to BUY, SELL, and TRADE as we have from day one. In addition to over 250,000 NEW and USED books on two floors, including our new Arts & Rare Book Annex, our shared space includes tens of thousands of VINYL RECORDS and GRAPHIC NOVELS, a huge mezzanine level that includes the Labyrinth Above the Last Bookstore, Dave Lovejoy Art, Gather Yarn Shop, Fold Gallery, and the Spring Arts Collective gallery shops. Truly something for everyone. Somehow we became one of the largest independent bookstores in the world still standing. We continue to be amazed at how we got here. It’s ALL thanks to people like you who want to keep actual books and records existing in the world. Join the cause — visit us soon!"
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The Last Bookstore
453 S Spring St
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"The Last Bookstore is California’s largest used and new book and record store. Currently, in our third incarnation, we began in 2005 in a downtown Los Angeles loft. That’s when owner Josh Spencer took his decade of experience selling everything from cars to clothes online and focused instead on his first love: books. During the revitalization of downtown LA, we grew quickly to our current 22,000 sq. ft. space in the Spring Arts Tower at 5th & Spring. The name was chosen with irony but seems more appropriate with each passing day as physical bookstores die out like dinosaurs from the meteoric impact of Amazon and e-books. We continue to BUY, SELL, and TRADE as we have from day one. In addition to over 250,000 NEW and USED books on two floors, including our new Arts & Rare Book Annex, our shared space includes tens of thousands of VINYL RECORDS and GRAPHIC NOVELS, a huge mezzanine level that includes the Labyrinth Above the Last Bookstore, Dave Lovejoy Art, Gather Yarn Shop, Fold Gallery, and the Spring Arts Collective gallery shops. Truly something for everyone. Somehow we became one of the largest independent bookstores in the world still standing. We continue to be amazed at how we got here. It’s ALL thanks to people like you who want to keep actual books and records existing in the world. Join the cause — visit us soon!"
"Downtown Santa Monica is equal parts shopping haven and street-performer stage. Just east of the Pier, the 3rd Street Promenade consists of three open-air, car-free blocks that are anchored by upscale Santa Monica Place, home to more than 80 retailers. With everything from fresh farmers market produce to designer fashions, it’s a shopper’s nirvana. Likewise, foodies rejoice in the numerous restaurants featuring locally sourced ingredients and craft cocktails. There's excitement around every corner as street performers, tourists, locals, diners, movie goers, and more flock to the area. Additionally, it’s the terminus of the Metro Expo Line, which ferries riders by light rail between Santa Monica and Downtown Los Angeles."
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3rd Street Promenade
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"Downtown Santa Monica is equal parts shopping haven and street-performer stage. Just east of the Pier, the 3rd Street Promenade consists of three open-air, car-free blocks that are anchored by upscale Santa Monica Place, home to more than 80 retailers. With everything from fresh farmers market produce to designer fashions, it’s a shopper’s nirvana. Likewise, foodies rejoice in the numerous restaurants featuring locally sourced ingredients and craft cocktails. There's excitement around every corner as street performers, tourists, locals, diners, movie goers, and more flock to the area. Additionally, it’s the terminus of the Metro Expo Line, which ferries riders by light rail between Santa Monica and Downtown Los Angeles."
"WORLD FAMOUS The Clock Tower became an icon of the Farmers Market in 1948. Over the decades, it has become a worldwide symbol of food and fun. This photo of the first tower (which now sits atop Starbucks) features the iconic phrase "An Idea", a humble nod to Fred Beck, Roger Dahlhjelm and the 18 original tenants who helped forever shape the corner of 3rd & Fairfax." "HOLLYWOOD'S BEST FRIEND Hollywood and Farmers Market have been best friends for 80 years. During a fundraiser for the Red Cross in 1936, many stars worked behind the counters at Farmers Market shops. Shirley Temple, the nation's top box office draw, drew a large and adoring crowd at Brock's Candies."
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The Original Farmers Market
6333 West 3rd Street
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"WORLD FAMOUS The Clock Tower became an icon of the Farmers Market in 1948. Over the decades, it has become a worldwide symbol of food and fun. This photo of the first tower (which now sits atop Starbucks) features the iconic phrase "An Idea", a humble nod to Fred Beck, Roger Dahlhjelm and the 18 original tenants who helped forever shape the corner of 3rd & Fairfax." "HOLLYWOOD'S BEST FRIEND Hollywood and Farmers Market have been best friends for 80 years. During a fundraiser for the Red Cross in 1936, many stars worked behind the counters at Farmers Market shops. Shirley Temple, the nation's top box office draw, drew a large and adoring crowd at Brock's Candies."
"The Grove is a popular fashion, shopping, dining and lifestyle destination with the best mix of retail, restaurants and entertainment in Los Angeles."
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The Grove
189 The Grove Drive
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"The Grove is a popular fashion, shopping, dining and lifestyle destination with the best mix of retail, restaurants and entertainment in Los Angeles."
"We’re empowering consignors and buyers to extend the life cycle of luxury goods. The future of fashion is circular." Gently used luxury items.
The RealReal
8500 Melrose Ave
"We’re empowering consignors and buyers to extend the life cycle of luxury goods. The future of fashion is circular." Gently used luxury items.
Inexpensive fashion goods for both men and women.
H&M
8500 Beverly Blvd
Inexpensive fashion goods for both men and women.
Expansive and inexpensive thrift store with a variety of items for everyone.
Goodwill Southern California Store & Donation Center
7919 Beverly Boulevard
Expansive and inexpensive thrift store with a variety of items for everyone.
Best Local Nightlife (21+)
The Best 10 Nightlife in West Hollywood, CA
"Pump Restaurant, owned by longtime restaurateurs Ken Todd & Lisa Vanderpump, is nestled into the heart of West Hollywood. As you enter through the majestic gates, topped with burning flames, you feel immediately transported to a magical garden, perhaps in Tuscany or Provence. One hundred year old olive trees make a powerful statement as they twinkle with candles in lanterns, or cast speckled sunlight down onto fresh white tablecloths, often adorned with Lisa’s signature pink flowers. The many architectural elements throughout the unique space indicate the intense thought that went into creating this project. The sides of a nineteenth century Parisian bridge create the fascia of the bar, which is adorned by a plethora of antique crystal chandeliers that are dimly lit, providing the perfect ambiance for your dinner. Just behind the bar is a little nook for privacy that one imagines has been witness to many tête-à-têtes and late night cocktails among Pump’s loyal following. There is an antique stone fountain that dribbles softly, adding to the unique ambience that Pump has to offer. Reclaimed wood with sumptuous banquette seating is decorated with a feel of old French decadent countryside; mixtures of velvet damasks that you want to sink into. Inside, hanging over the bar, are enormous lanterns that have been rescued from a bygone era, coupled with a smattering of chairs and stools covered in burlap. Is it eclectic? Certainly… but it is more than that…there is a unique mix of design that has been a labor of love. Dinner is a casual but rather splendid affair with choices of dishes from around the world, as is so common in California. From Crispy Chicken Milanese topped with arugula and tomatoes to a decadent Pistachio Crusted Salmon; to fresh Tuna Tartare with pomegranate seeds and sumptuous Mediterranean boards, Pump’s menu boasts something for everyone. The cocktail list is extensive and reasonably priced, with a plethora of delicious options. Indulge in one of our creations as you sit back and enjoy the sounds under the olive trees and feel Pumped. We can’t wait to welcome you!"
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PUMP Restaurant Lounge
8948 Santa Monica Boulevard
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"Pump Restaurant, owned by longtime restaurateurs Ken Todd & Lisa Vanderpump, is nestled into the heart of West Hollywood. As you enter through the majestic gates, topped with burning flames, you feel immediately transported to a magical garden, perhaps in Tuscany or Provence. One hundred year old olive trees make a powerful statement as they twinkle with candles in lanterns, or cast speckled sunlight down onto fresh white tablecloths, often adorned with Lisa’s signature pink flowers. The many architectural elements throughout the unique space indicate the intense thought that went into creating this project. The sides of a nineteenth century Parisian bridge create the fascia of the bar, which is adorned by a plethora of antique crystal chandeliers that are dimly lit, providing the perfect ambiance for your dinner. Just behind the bar is a little nook for privacy that one imagines has been witness to many tête-à-têtes and late night cocktails among Pump’s loyal following. There is an antique stone fountain that dribbles softly, adding to the unique ambience that Pump has to offer. Reclaimed wood with sumptuous banquette seating is decorated with a feel of old French decadent countryside; mixtures of velvet damasks that you want to sink into. Inside, hanging over the bar, are enormous lanterns that have been rescued from a bygone era, coupled with a smattering of chairs and stools covered in burlap. Is it eclectic? Certainly… but it is more than that…there is a unique mix of design that has been a labor of love. Dinner is a casual but rather splendid affair with choices of dishes from around the world, as is so common in California. From Crispy Chicken Milanese topped with arugula and tomatoes to a decadent Pistachio Crusted Salmon; to fresh Tuna Tartare with pomegranate seeds and sumptuous Mediterranean boards, Pump’s menu boasts something for everyone. The cocktail list is extensive and reasonably priced, with a plethora of delicious options. Indulge in one of our creations as you sit back and enjoy the sounds under the olive trees and feel Pumped. We can’t wait to welcome you!"
"We are now on @OpenTable! Make your TomTom reservation, so you can enjoy our sexy industrial-romantic inspired bar & lounge that @LATravelMagazine named Best Bar in Southern California! #TomTom"
TomTom Bar
8932 Santa Monica Blvd
"We are now on @OpenTable! Make your TomTom reservation, so you can enjoy our sexy industrial-romantic inspired bar & lounge that @LATravelMagazine named Best Bar in Southern California! #TomTom"
"Boasting some of the finest views of Los Angeles, Skybar is open air, ivy-covered pavilion perched above the Pool at Mondrian Los Angeles. Skybar's newly reimagined design brings a fresh approach to this iconic space. A chic poolside lounge by day, Skybar provides an idyllic oasis to take in the sun and enjoy impeccably fresh cocktails. When the sun sets, the pulse of Skybar beats even louder, stirring a seductive energy, aroused by world-class DJs and Hollywood glamour."
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Skybar
8440 Sunset Boulevard
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"Boasting some of the finest views of Los Angeles, Skybar is open air, ivy-covered pavilion perched above the Pool at Mondrian Los Angeles. Skybar's newly reimagined design brings a fresh approach to this iconic space. A chic poolside lounge by day, Skybar provides an idyllic oasis to take in the sun and enjoy impeccably fresh cocktails. When the sun sets, the pulse of Skybar beats even louder, stirring a seductive energy, aroused by world-class DJs and Hollywood glamour."
"A refuge beneath the action of the Sunset Strip, Juniper is a lounge that’s rooted in a sense of place. Handcrafted cocktails take many of their ingredients from an on-site, 100% organic garden, with cold-pressed juices, house-made syrups, and fresh garnishes. In addition to cocktails, the bar offers premium and approachable spirits (with an affinity for gin, naturally), California and Mediterranean wines—many biodynamic and organic—and local craft beers. A refined, market-driven bar menu by Executive Chef Chris Crary is perfectly paired. Juniper is naturally chic, and an eclectic lineup of live music keeps the vibe upbeat and relaxed. HOURS Thursday - Sunday | 5pm - 12am"
Juniper
8490 Sunset Boulevard
"A refuge beneath the action of the Sunset Strip, Juniper is a lounge that’s rooted in a sense of place. Handcrafted cocktails take many of their ingredients from an on-site, 100% organic garden, with cold-pressed juices, house-made syrups, and fresh garnishes. In addition to cocktails, the bar offers premium and approachable spirits (with an affinity for gin, naturally), California and Mediterranean wines—many biodynamic and organic—and local craft beers. A refined, market-driven bar menu by Executive Chef Chris Crary is perfectly paired. Juniper is naturally chic, and an eclectic lineup of live music keeps the vibe upbeat and relaxed. HOURS Thursday - Sunday | 5pm - 12am"
7702 SANTA MONICA BLVD. WEST HOLLYWOOD CA PARTY@BARLUBITSCH.COM \\ 323-654-1234
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Bar Lubitsch
7702 Santa Monica Boulevard
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7702 SANTA MONICA BLVD. WEST HOLLYWOOD CA PARTY@BARLUBITSCH.COM \\ 323-654-1234
"The Abbey Food & Bar LGBTQIA Friebdly Bars, Breakfast & Brunch, American (Traditional) Open10:00 AM - 2:00 AM (Next day) Hours updated 3 months ago Photo of The Abbey Food & Bar - West Hollywood, CA, US. Spinach Artichoke Dip. As of 6/1/2021
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The Abbey
692 N Robertson Blvd
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"The Abbey Food & Bar LGBTQIA Friebdly Bars, Breakfast & Brunch, American (Traditional) Open10:00 AM - 2:00 AM (Next day) Hours updated 3 months ago Photo of The Abbey Food & Bar - West Hollywood, CA, US. Spinach Artichoke Dip. As of 6/1/2021
Best Local Arts & Culture
"Located on the Pacific Rim, LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States, with a collection of more than 142,000 objects that illuminate 6,000 years of artistic expression across the globe. Committed to showcasing a multitude of art histories, LACMA exhibits and interprets works of art from new and unexpected points of view that are informed by the region’s rich cultural heritage and diverse population. LACMA’s spirit of experimentation is reflected in its work with artists, technologists, and thought leaders as well as in its regional, national, and global partnerships to share collections and programs, create pioneering initiatives, and engage new audiences."
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Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Blvd
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"Located on the Pacific Rim, LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States, with a collection of more than 142,000 objects that illuminate 6,000 years of artistic expression across the globe. Committed to showcasing a multitude of art histories, LACMA exhibits and interprets works of art from new and unexpected points of view that are informed by the region’s rich cultural heritage and diverse population. LACMA’s spirit of experimentation is reflected in its work with artists, technologists, and thought leaders as well as in its regional, national, and global partnerships to share collections and programs, create pioneering initiatives, and engage new audiences."
"The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden is a unique 127-acre botanical garden and historical site located in what was the heart of the historic Rancho Santa Anita in the city of Arcadia." 45 minute drive. As of 6/1/2021
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Los Angeles County Arboretum
301N North Baldwin Avenue
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"The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden is a unique 127-acre botanical garden and historical site located in what was the heart of the historic Rancho Santa Anita in the city of Arcadia." 45 minute drive. As of 6/1/2021
"World of Illusions was designed with our guests in mind. The World of Illusions comes Instagram ready with 4 unique experiences. Our Giant’s House, Museum of Illusions, Upside Down House, and Smash It will transport you to a world of fantasy and imagination! Our Giant’s House will warp a visitor’s perception and make them wonder if we shrunk them down to size. Only at the Giant’s House, guests will find a donut the size of a monster truck wheel, a massive pizza where the average adult is the size of a slice, and a giant burger that is fit to be fed to King Kong. The Museum of Illusions has more than 30 3D Illusions that produce eye-popping pics, inspired by cartoons, art, current events, movies, and more! Guests can look forward to go on an African Safari, get close and personal with the elephants, take the stage in front of a massive crowd of adoring fans, and walk on the edge of a skyscraper in a daring escape attempt. Not just that, our Upside down House featuring 7 unique rooms all flipping the world as you know it, upside down! try cooking breakfast in an upside-down kitchen, or relaxing on our Sofa, conveniently located on the ceiling! And not to forget, SMASH IT! A fully interactive feature to give our guests an experience that puts the power in their hands, literally. Visitors are encouraged to SMASH to their heart’s content and break away as fast as they can move or throw. For anyone that wants to relieve some 2020 frustration, they won’t want to miss a trip to SMASH IT! Flash photography is not just allowed, it’s encouraged. The World of Illusions is the place to be to create memories and let your imagination soar. Created by some of the world’s best artists, with new exhibitions being added often, so act fast to see them all!"
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Museum of Illusions
6751 Hollywood Blvd
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"World of Illusions was designed with our guests in mind. The World of Illusions comes Instagram ready with 4 unique experiences. Our Giant’s House, Museum of Illusions, Upside Down House, and Smash It will transport you to a world of fantasy and imagination! Our Giant’s House will warp a visitor’s perception and make them wonder if we shrunk them down to size. Only at the Giant’s House, guests will find a donut the size of a monster truck wheel, a massive pizza where the average adult is the size of a slice, and a giant burger that is fit to be fed to King Kong. The Museum of Illusions has more than 30 3D Illusions that produce eye-popping pics, inspired by cartoons, art, current events, movies, and more! Guests can look forward to go on an African Safari, get close and personal with the elephants, take the stage in front of a massive crowd of adoring fans, and walk on the edge of a skyscraper in a daring escape attempt. Not just that, our Upside down House featuring 7 unique rooms all flipping the world as you know it, upside down! try cooking breakfast in an upside-down kitchen, or relaxing on our Sofa, conveniently located on the ceiling! And not to forget, SMASH IT! A fully interactive feature to give our guests an experience that puts the power in their hands, literally. Visitors are encouraged to SMASH to their heart’s content and break away as fast as they can move or throw. For anyone that wants to relieve some 2020 frustration, they won’t want to miss a trip to SMASH IT! Flash photography is not just allowed, it’s encouraged. The World of Illusions is the place to be to create memories and let your imagination soar. Created by some of the world’s best artists, with new exhibitions being added often, so act fast to see them all!"
"While MOT remains closed for walk-in visitors, we are actively engaging our museum community, staying connected and stronger together. Join us virtually for an exciting array of programs, speakers, field trips, tours and workshops." "A Museum to Educate and Enlighten Recipient of the Global Peace and Tolerance Award from the Friends of the United Nations, the Museum of Tolerance (MOT) is a human rights laboratory and educational center dedicated to challenging visitors to understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts and confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination in our world today. "
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Museum of Tolerance
9786 West Pico Boulevard
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"While MOT remains closed for walk-in visitors, we are actively engaging our museum community, staying connected and stronger together. Join us virtually for an exciting array of programs, speakers, field trips, tours and workshops." "A Museum to Educate and Enlighten Recipient of the Global Peace and Tolerance Award from the Friends of the United Nations, the Museum of Tolerance (MOT) is a human rights laboratory and educational center dedicated to challenging visitors to understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts and confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination in our world today. "
"Library Reopening We are excited to reopen designated libraries for select in-person services. Please visit our Reopening page for a list of libraries and available services." As of 6/1/2021
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West Hollywood Library
625 North San Vicente Boulevard
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"Library Reopening We are excited to reopen designated libraries for select in-person services. Please visit our Reopening page for a list of libraries and available services." As of 6/1/2021
Best Local Food Scene
After several years of learning how to roast and brew great coffee, Shallom and Jilla launched America's first exclusively organic, heirloom coffee roasting company. They named it "Urth Caffé" because Urth is an old Welsh root spelling of Earth and Caffé is Italian for coffee. The couple wanted a name that embodied the natural richness of the earth and delicious organic, heirloom coffee. They were also importing and hand blending fine organic teas, so "Exclusively Organic Coffees & Fine Teas" was added to Urth Caffé's coffee cup logo Today Urth Caffé works directly with many exclusive sources in Africa, Japan, and South America—producing heirloom, organic, award-winning coffees roasted locally at Urth Caffé's Hawthorne coffee-roasting facility, commissary and bakery. Urth has also become known for pioneering healthy cuisine and bakery products by using the finest organic, sustainable, and local ingredients, many of which are delivered straight from the farm to the cafés each day. The Cafés Urth Caffé is a European-style café that offers its exclusive organic, heirloom coffees, fine teas, exquisite desserts, and health-conscious food. Each branch is an oasis in the community offering guests beautiful and inspiring environments to meet and enjoy life together. Our signature branch design utilizes beautiful natural materials such as unique pieces of stone, wood, glass and hand-painted tiles – creating an incredible atmosphere and comfortable place for the community to meet.
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Urth Caffé Melrose
8565 Melrose Avenue
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After several years of learning how to roast and brew great coffee, Shallom and Jilla launched America's first exclusively organic, heirloom coffee roasting company. They named it "Urth Caffé" because Urth is an old Welsh root spelling of Earth and Caffé is Italian for coffee. The couple wanted a name that embodied the natural richness of the earth and delicious organic, heirloom coffee. They were also importing and hand blending fine organic teas, so "Exclusively Organic Coffees & Fine Teas" was added to Urth Caffé's coffee cup logo Today Urth Caffé works directly with many exclusive sources in Africa, Japan, and South America—producing heirloom, organic, award-winning coffees roasted locally at Urth Caffé's Hawthorne coffee-roasting facility, commissary and bakery. Urth has also become known for pioneering healthy cuisine and bakery products by using the finest organic, sustainable, and local ingredients, many of which are delivered straight from the farm to the cafés each day. The Cafés Urth Caffé is a European-style café that offers its exclusive organic, heirloom coffees, fine teas, exquisite desserts, and health-conscious food. Each branch is an oasis in the community offering guests beautiful and inspiring environments to meet and enjoy life together. Our signature branch design utilizes beautiful natural materials such as unique pieces of stone, wood, glass and hand-painted tiles – creating an incredible atmosphere and comfortable place for the community to meet.
"Moon Juice was born from my experience — putting an autoimmune condition into remission after being told it wasn’t possible. I sought out experts and educated myself on diet, lifestyle, spirit, and traditional wisdom. I saw radical changes in my blood and hormone panels. On paper, I started to read biologically younger than I had a decade prior. It was through simple daily practices that big changes were made. What was born out of my kitchen has evolved into a global source. Moon Juice bridges the world of alchemy and biology for functional benefits. Everything we make (adaptogenic supplements, skincare, and foods) is inspired by a need; either it isn’t being made, or there isn’t a version to my standard of efficacy or purity. A decade later, I still have an insatiable thirst for knowledge. Our team is working harder than ever to amplify the mission and welcome millions more to the Moon Juice family. signature Amanda Chantal Bacon, Founder"
Moon Juice
8463 Melrose Pl
"Moon Juice was born from my experience — putting an autoimmune condition into remission after being told it wasn’t possible. I sought out experts and educated myself on diet, lifestyle, spirit, and traditional wisdom. I saw radical changes in my blood and hormone panels. On paper, I started to read biologically younger than I had a decade prior. It was through simple daily practices that big changes were made. What was born out of my kitchen has evolved into a global source. Moon Juice bridges the world of alchemy and biology for functional benefits. Everything we make (adaptogenic supplements, skincare, and foods) is inspired by a need; either it isn’t being made, or there isn’t a version to my standard of efficacy or purity. A decade later, I still have an insatiable thirst for knowledge. Our team is working harder than ever to amplify the mission and welcome millions more to the Moon Juice family. signature Amanda Chantal Bacon, Founder"
"Adult atmosphere. LGBTQIA friendly. -Waffle Fries. Our waffle fries are deeply fried to perfection, served with our garlic aioli and fresh basil. $7.95. -Philadelphia Soft Street Pretzel. Our Philadelphia soft street pretzel is hand twisted, oven-baked to perfection. $7.95. Add cheese for $1.00 more. -Mozzarella Loaf. Our mozzarella loaf starts with a 10-inch garlic loaf with melted mozzarella and is served with marinara sauce. $8.95. Add pepperoni for $1.00 more. ​ -Beer Battered Onion Rings. Our beer-battered onion rings are deep-fried to crisp perfection and served with our spicy harissa ketchup. $8.95. ​ -Disco Fries House fries. Our disco fries are smothered in mozzarella & rich brown gravy. $10.95. -Mediterranean Plate. The Mediterranean plate has assorted olives and hummus. It is served with fresh flatbreads baked with garlic & oregano. $12.95. ​ -Mozzarella Caprese Stack. This fresh mozzarella Caprese is stacked between thick tomato slices and drizzled with Balsamic Pesto dressing. $12.95. -Jumbo Steamed Artichoke. This tender steamed artichoke is topped with lightly seasoned breadcrumbs and served with garlic aioli & spicy Poblano dip. $13.95. -Seven Cheese Mac-N-Cheese. This Mac-N-Cheese is baked with Mozzarella, Provolone, Jack, Brie, Cheddar, American, and Parmesan cheese. All smothered with bacon & garlic alfredo sauce. $14.95. -Black & White Sesame Shrimp. Our signature Black & White Sesame Shrimp comes with 7 butterfly shrimp that is tempura styled, coated in black & white sesame seeds. This dish is served with Wasabi & sweet Thai dipping sauces. $14.95. -Calamari Fritti. Rocco's Calamari Fritti is lightly floured & deep fried. It is served with mild & spicy marinara sauce. $14.95. -Shrimp Cocktail. Our shrimp cocktail has 4 plump tender shrimp cooked and chilled in-house every day. It is served with classic cocktail sauce. $15.95. -Fresh “Back East” Clams. These clams are drizzled In olive oil, garlic, white wine, or Marinara sauce. $17.95 -Rocco’s Sizzling Shrimp. 10 black tiger shrimp that is peeled, sizzled with white wine and soy sauce. Rocco’s Sizzling Shrimp is Marinated in “Old Bay” seasoning. $17.95. Served with drawn butter. “Let Rocco's do the peeling for $2.45”. -Veggie Tacos. (Vej-e Tacos). There are 3 corn mas tortilla tacos with avocado, sliced cabbage, chopped onion, and cilantro. All topped with a roasted vegetable salsa. $12.95. -Rocco’s Tacos. Tuesday’s Only! LA street style Rocco's tacos are topped with cilantro and onions ( Pick from carne asada, chicken, or shrimp.) for $7.95." As of 6/1/2021
Rocco’s WeHo
8900 Santa Monica Boulevard
"Adult atmosphere. LGBTQIA friendly. -Waffle Fries. Our waffle fries are deeply fried to perfection, served with our garlic aioli and fresh basil. $7.95. -Philadelphia Soft Street Pretzel. Our Philadelphia soft street pretzel is hand twisted, oven-baked to perfection. $7.95. Add cheese for $1.00 more. -Mozzarella Loaf. Our mozzarella loaf starts with a 10-inch garlic loaf with melted mozzarella and is served with marinara sauce. $8.95. Add pepperoni for $1.00 more. ​ -Beer Battered Onion Rings. Our beer-battered onion rings are deep-fried to crisp perfection and served with our spicy harissa ketchup. $8.95. ​ -Disco Fries House fries. Our disco fries are smothered in mozzarella & rich brown gravy. $10.95. -Mediterranean Plate. The Mediterranean plate has assorted olives and hummus. It is served with fresh flatbreads baked with garlic & oregano. $12.95. ​ -Mozzarella Caprese Stack. This fresh mozzarella Caprese is stacked between thick tomato slices and drizzled with Balsamic Pesto dressing. $12.95. -Jumbo Steamed Artichoke. This tender steamed artichoke is topped with lightly seasoned breadcrumbs and served with garlic aioli & spicy Poblano dip. $13.95. -Seven Cheese Mac-N-Cheese. This Mac-N-Cheese is baked with Mozzarella, Provolone, Jack, Brie, Cheddar, American, and Parmesan cheese. All smothered with bacon & garlic alfredo sauce. $14.95. -Black & White Sesame Shrimp. Our signature Black & White Sesame Shrimp comes with 7 butterfly shrimp that is tempura styled, coated in black & white sesame seeds. This dish is served with Wasabi & sweet Thai dipping sauces. $14.95. -Calamari Fritti. Rocco's Calamari Fritti is lightly floured & deep fried. It is served with mild & spicy marinara sauce. $14.95. -Shrimp Cocktail. Our shrimp cocktail has 4 plump tender shrimp cooked and chilled in-house every day. It is served with classic cocktail sauce. $15.95. -Fresh “Back East” Clams. These clams are drizzled In olive oil, garlic, white wine, or Marinara sauce. $17.95 -Rocco’s Sizzling Shrimp. 10 black tiger shrimp that is peeled, sizzled with white wine and soy sauce. Rocco’s Sizzling Shrimp is Marinated in “Old Bay” seasoning. $17.95. Served with drawn butter. “Let Rocco's do the peeling for $2.45”. -Veggie Tacos. (Vej-e Tacos). There are 3 corn mas tortilla tacos with avocado, sliced cabbage, chopped onion, and cilantro. All topped with a roasted vegetable salsa. $12.95. -Rocco’s Tacos. Tuesday’s Only! LA street style Rocco's tacos are topped with cilantro and onions ( Pick from carne asada, chicken, or shrimp.) for $7.95." As of 6/1/2021
Pink’s Hot Dogs, Inc., a Hollywood landmark since 1939, this hot dog stand serves over 2000 hot dogs and 200 hamburgers a day. Pink’s was started in 1939 by Richard’s parents, Paul and Betty Pink, with a pushcart they purchased for $50, which money they borrowed from Betty’s mother. The land on which the pushcart stood was leased by Paul and Betty for $15 per month. Hot dogs at that time were 10 cents and cokes were a nickel. Pink’s offered curb service and was lucky to sell 100 hot dogs a day. In 1941, the landlord raised their rent from $15 to $25 per month, a 67% increase, and Paul and Betty were forced to either give up or find a way to acquire the property. Paul and Betty, with little collateral but lots of conviction in the potential success of their hot dog stand, convinced Bank of America to loan them $4,000 to purchase the land, which fortunately the landlord was willing to sell. They added a cover to the pushcart, allowing them to also grill hamburgers, and it remained until 1946. The menu was simple: A chili dog and a hamburger. The price of the hot dog in 1946 was 25 cents. At that time, Paul and Betty scraped together enough savings to build the small hot dog stand building that sits near the corner of La Brea and Melrose today. The location included parking for about 25 cars and eventually, the indoor and patio seating expanded to accommodate 80 customers. Paul & Betty also were raising two children, Beverly and Richard. To afford living expenses, Paul and Betty needed to find another source of income so they opened in 1958 a flower store next door to Pink’s Hot Dog stand. The flower store thrived for 10 years due to the talent of Betty in the design of flower arrangements, which she learned working part-time for her brother, a florist, while she was also running Pinks with Paul. Paul and Betty operated the hot dog stand, starting with 4 employees and expanding over time to 10 and 20 and now Pink’s has a staff of about 30 employees. In 1985 at the age of 73 and 75, Paul and Betty retired. At that point, Richard, his wife, Gloria, and sister, Beverly, took over the operation of Pinks. Since that time, the family has created over 35 combinations of hot dogs and a dozen varieties of hamburgers to satisfy the variety of tastes of its patrons. Pink’s, located near major Hollywood studios like Paramount, Universal, and Disney started to attract upcoming and established movie and TV stars. Pink’s celebrity wall of fame in the dining room started as a place for aspiring actors to hang their photos to be discovered by producers and directors who were known to dine at Pink’s. Today, Pink’s dining room is filled with over 200 photos of celebrities with signed endorsements of their enjoyment of Pinks Hot Dogs. Due to Pink’s unique menu, its historic age for an LA restaurant (78 years), and its celebrity patrons, it has now been featured in movies, TV shows, the food channel, the travel channel, and travel books. As Pink’s name grew, large restaurant operators came to the family wanting to license Pink’s name and products in various amusement parks, hotels, arenas, and county fairs. Pink’s now has 15 locations including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Ohio, Connecticut, New York, Miami, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Los Angeles County Fairs, Hawaii, and the Philippines. Pink’s also has an active catering business. Pinks attributes its longevity and its success to the tastiness of its hot dogs, which snap when you bite into them, its never-ending hot dog menu combinations, its loyal long-term staff of over 30, many of whom have been with Pink’s for over ten years, its unique 1946 open kitchen curbside stand and relaxed dining room and patio seating, it's Hollywood location and atmosphere, its appearances nationwide in movies and TV and its commitment to the community through its chili dogs for a charity program. Pink’s is often referred to as “A Hollywood Legend Since 1939” but the Pink family likes to say “We are the little hot dog stand that could.”
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Pink's Hot Dogs
709 North La Brea Avenue
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Pink’s Hot Dogs, Inc., a Hollywood landmark since 1939, this hot dog stand serves over 2000 hot dogs and 200 hamburgers a day. Pink’s was started in 1939 by Richard’s parents, Paul and Betty Pink, with a pushcart they purchased for $50, which money they borrowed from Betty’s mother. The land on which the pushcart stood was leased by Paul and Betty for $15 per month. Hot dogs at that time were 10 cents and cokes were a nickel. Pink’s offered curb service and was lucky to sell 100 hot dogs a day. In 1941, the landlord raised their rent from $15 to $25 per month, a 67% increase, and Paul and Betty were forced to either give up or find a way to acquire the property. Paul and Betty, with little collateral but lots of conviction in the potential success of their hot dog stand, convinced Bank of America to loan them $4,000 to purchase the land, which fortunately the landlord was willing to sell. They added a cover to the pushcart, allowing them to also grill hamburgers, and it remained until 1946. The menu was simple: A chili dog and a hamburger. The price of the hot dog in 1946 was 25 cents. At that time, Paul and Betty scraped together enough savings to build the small hot dog stand building that sits near the corner of La Brea and Melrose today. The location included parking for about 25 cars and eventually, the indoor and patio seating expanded to accommodate 80 customers. Paul & Betty also were raising two children, Beverly and Richard. To afford living expenses, Paul and Betty needed to find another source of income so they opened in 1958 a flower store next door to Pink’s Hot Dog stand. The flower store thrived for 10 years due to the talent of Betty in the design of flower arrangements, which she learned working part-time for her brother, a florist, while she was also running Pinks with Paul. Paul and Betty operated the hot dog stand, starting with 4 employees and expanding over time to 10 and 20 and now Pink’s has a staff of about 30 employees. In 1985 at the age of 73 and 75, Paul and Betty retired. At that point, Richard, his wife, Gloria, and sister, Beverly, took over the operation of Pinks. Since that time, the family has created over 35 combinations of hot dogs and a dozen varieties of hamburgers to satisfy the variety of tastes of its patrons. Pink’s, located near major Hollywood studios like Paramount, Universal, and Disney started to attract upcoming and established movie and TV stars. Pink’s celebrity wall of fame in the dining room started as a place for aspiring actors to hang their photos to be discovered by producers and directors who were known to dine at Pink’s. Today, Pink’s dining room is filled with over 200 photos of celebrities with signed endorsements of their enjoyment of Pinks Hot Dogs. Due to Pink’s unique menu, its historic age for an LA restaurant (78 years), and its celebrity patrons, it has now been featured in movies, TV shows, the food channel, the travel channel, and travel books. As Pink’s name grew, large restaurant operators came to the family wanting to license Pink’s name and products in various amusement parks, hotels, arenas, and county fairs. Pink’s now has 15 locations including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Ohio, Connecticut, New York, Miami, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Los Angeles County Fairs, Hawaii, and the Philippines. Pink’s also has an active catering business. Pinks attributes its longevity and its success to the tastiness of its hot dogs, which snap when you bite into them, its never-ending hot dog menu combinations, its loyal long-term staff of over 30, many of whom have been with Pink’s for over ten years, its unique 1946 open kitchen curbside stand and relaxed dining room and patio seating, it's Hollywood location and atmosphere, its appearances nationwide in movies and TV and its commitment to the community through its chili dogs for a charity program. Pink’s is often referred to as “A Hollywood Legend Since 1939” but the Pink family likes to say “We are the little hot dog stand that could.”
"Saddle Ranch Chop House was founded in September 1999. Saddle Ranch Chop House is a destination restaurant where guests stay long after their plates have been cleared to enjoy a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience with friends and family. Our concept is “Rock Meets Western”, which comes to life in every aspect of the construction, décor, and operation of these unique restaurants. The rustic, ranch-style buildings are constructed of wood and stone, and decorated with western props and memorabilia, merging the feel of an Aspen ski lodge with the style of an old Western saloon, complete with faux balconies and saloon girls. Both Saddle Ranch locations have a large outdoor patio with stone campfire pits where guests can roast their own s’mores or enjoy a glass of wine by the fire. Inside each Saddle Ranch is a large, oval-shaped bar in the center of the dining room and, of course, our signature mechanical bull providing endless entertainment to diners. Serving up home-style cooking and down-home hospitality, our staff will make your group feel like you are dining at a close friend’s table. The first Saddle Ranch Chop House opened its doors on the Sunset Strip in September 1999, to rave reviews, tons of press, and hoards of people lining up to enjoy the delicious Saddle Ranch cuisine and ride the only mechanical bull in Los Angeles. From the second it opened, the Saddle Ranch concept was a huge success and a favorite of Hollywood. Television shows, books, and magazines began developing storylines around the restaurant almost immediately. Saddle Ranch and its infamous mechanical bull have been featured on countless shows including “Sex and the City,” “Desperate Housewives,” “American Idol,” “Six Feet Under,” “VH1’s Rock of Love” and numerous more. COVID-19 Updates Edit Updated Services DeliveryTakeoutCurbside pickups sit-down dining outdoor seating indoor dining heated outdoor seating covered outdoor seatingPrivate dining DIY meal kits Health & Safety Measures Based on info from the business or our users Social distancing enforced According to most users Staff wears masks According to most users Sanitizing between customers staff wears gloves and sanitizer provided limited capacity temperature checksMasks required disposable or contactless menu Staff checked for symptoms"
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Saddle Ranch Chop House
8371 Sunset Boulevard
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"Saddle Ranch Chop House was founded in September 1999. Saddle Ranch Chop House is a destination restaurant where guests stay long after their plates have been cleared to enjoy a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience with friends and family. Our concept is “Rock Meets Western”, which comes to life in every aspect of the construction, décor, and operation of these unique restaurants. The rustic, ranch-style buildings are constructed of wood and stone, and decorated with western props and memorabilia, merging the feel of an Aspen ski lodge with the style of an old Western saloon, complete with faux balconies and saloon girls. Both Saddle Ranch locations have a large outdoor patio with stone campfire pits where guests can roast their own s’mores or enjoy a glass of wine by the fire. Inside each Saddle Ranch is a large, oval-shaped bar in the center of the dining room and, of course, our signature mechanical bull providing endless entertainment to diners. Serving up home-style cooking and down-home hospitality, our staff will make your group feel like you are dining at a close friend’s table. The first Saddle Ranch Chop House opened its doors on the Sunset Strip in September 1999, to rave reviews, tons of press, and hoards of people lining up to enjoy the delicious Saddle Ranch cuisine and ride the only mechanical bull in Los Angeles. From the second it opened, the Saddle Ranch concept was a huge success and a favorite of Hollywood. Television shows, books, and magazines began developing storylines around the restaurant almost immediately. Saddle Ranch and its infamous mechanical bull have been featured on countless shows including “Sex and the City,” “Desperate Housewives,” “American Idol,” “Six Feet Under,” “VH1’s Rock of Love” and numerous more. COVID-19 Updates Edit Updated Services DeliveryTakeoutCurbside pickups sit-down dining outdoor seating indoor dining heated outdoor seating covered outdoor seatingPrivate dining DIY meal kits Health & Safety Measures Based on info from the business or our users Social distancing enforced According to most users Staff wears masks According to most users Sanitizing between customers staff wears gloves and sanitizer provided limited capacity temperature checksMasks required disposable or contactless menu Staff checked for symptoms"
GROCERY STORE 5 MINUTE WALK. "Trader Joe’s is a national chain of neighborhood grocery stores. We are committed to providing our customers outstanding value in the form of the best quality products at the best everyday prices. Through our rewarding products and knowledgeable, friendly Crew Members, we have been transforming grocery shopping into a welcoming journey full of discovery and fun since 1967. At Trader Joe's, you won’t find a lot of branded items. Instead, you’ll discover a store full of unique and interesting products, along with everyday basics, in the Trader Joe's label. Our buyers travel the world searching for products we think are exceptional and will find a following among our customers. To earn a spot on our shelves, each product is submitted to a rigorous tasting panel process, in which every aspect of quality is investigated in context of the price we can offer. If a product is assessed as an outstanding value, it becomes an essential part of the Trader Joe's shopping adventure. trader joes arroyo parkway pasadena storefront Fig. A - Trader Joe's store on Arroyo Parkway in Pasadena, CA (Est. 1967) hot air balloon sailing the proverbial culinary seas We know that maintaining our everyday focus on value is vital, which is why we don’t have sales, we don’t offer coupons, and there are no loyalty programs or membership cards to swipe at our stores. Trader Joe’s believes every customer should have access to the best prices on the best products every day. To consistently deliver value: We buy direct from suppliers whenever possible, we bargain hard to get the best price, and then pass the savings on to you. We buy in volume and contract early to get the best prices. If an item doesn’t pull its weight in our stores, it goes away, making room for another innovative new product. Most grocers charge their suppliers fees for putting an item on the shelf. This results in higher prices... so we don’t do it. We keep our costs low because every penny we save is a penny you save. We want our customers’ experience while shopping in our stores to be rewarding, eventful and fun. Our helpful, friendly Crew Members take care in maintaining safe and inviting neighborhood stores; in crafting creative, informative signage to support our customers’ understanding of our products; and in creating a store environment that imparts adventure, humor and a warm sense of community. Simply put, every time a customer shops with us, we want them to be able to say, “Wow! That was enjoyable, and I got a great deal. I look forward to coming back!” As of 6/1/2021
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Trader Joe's
7310 Santa Monica Boulevard
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GROCERY STORE 5 MINUTE WALK. "Trader Joe’s is a national chain of neighborhood grocery stores. We are committed to providing our customers outstanding value in the form of the best quality products at the best everyday prices. Through our rewarding products and knowledgeable, friendly Crew Members, we have been transforming grocery shopping into a welcoming journey full of discovery and fun since 1967. At Trader Joe's, you won’t find a lot of branded items. Instead, you’ll discover a store full of unique and interesting products, along with everyday basics, in the Trader Joe's label. Our buyers travel the world searching for products we think are exceptional and will find a following among our customers. To earn a spot on our shelves, each product is submitted to a rigorous tasting panel process, in which every aspect of quality is investigated in context of the price we can offer. If a product is assessed as an outstanding value, it becomes an essential part of the Trader Joe's shopping adventure. trader joes arroyo parkway pasadena storefront Fig. A - Trader Joe's store on Arroyo Parkway in Pasadena, CA (Est. 1967) hot air balloon sailing the proverbial culinary seas We know that maintaining our everyday focus on value is vital, which is why we don’t have sales, we don’t offer coupons, and there are no loyalty programs or membership cards to swipe at our stores. Trader Joe’s believes every customer should have access to the best prices on the best products every day. To consistently deliver value: We buy direct from suppliers whenever possible, we bargain hard to get the best price, and then pass the savings on to you. We buy in volume and contract early to get the best prices. If an item doesn’t pull its weight in our stores, it goes away, making room for another innovative new product. Most grocers charge their suppliers fees for putting an item on the shelf. This results in higher prices... so we don’t do it. We keep our costs low because every penny we save is a penny you save. We want our customers’ experience while shopping in our stores to be rewarding, eventful and fun. Our helpful, friendly Crew Members take care in maintaining safe and inviting neighborhood stores; in crafting creative, informative signage to support our customers’ understanding of our products; and in creating a store environment that imparts adventure, humor and a warm sense of community. Simply put, every time a customer shops with us, we want them to be able to say, “Wow! That was enjoyable, and I got a great deal. I look forward to coming back!” As of 6/1/2021
CONVENIENT STORE OPEN 24/7 FIVE MINUTE WALK "Oh Thank Heaven for 7‑Eleven!® A success story fueled by customers’ needs “Give the customers what they want, when and where they want it.” Joe C. Thompson Jr. | 7‑Eleven Founder The 7‑Eleven brand is known and loved around the world, and our iconic products are a big part of the American culture. And although we’ve grown significantly over the years, our focus stays fixed on making life easier for customers. This simple idea is the reason we’re the marketplace leader. It’s also why our customers, employees, Franchisees and community leaders are proud to be part of the 7‑Eleven story."
7-Eleven
7609 California State Route 2
CONVENIENT STORE OPEN 24/7 FIVE MINUTE WALK "Oh Thank Heaven for 7‑Eleven!® A success story fueled by customers’ needs “Give the customers what they want, when and where they want it.” Joe C. Thompson Jr. | 7‑Eleven Founder The 7‑Eleven brand is known and loved around the world, and our iconic products are a big part of the American culture. And although we’ve grown significantly over the years, our focus stays fixed on making life easier for customers. This simple idea is the reason we’re the marketplace leader. It’s also why our customers, employees, Franchisees and community leaders are proud to be part of the 7‑Eleven story."
OPEN LATE 5 MINUTE WALK "Our Promise OUR FOOD IS ALWAYS PREPARED TO ORDER Our burgers are made from fresh, never frozen 100% pure ground beef. Our homemade recipe chili is made with 100% pure ground beef, herbs and spices. Our critically acclaimed homemade onion rings are hand-battered daily. We fry in cholesterol-free and transfat-free canola oil. We charbroil our burgers, steaks and chicken for greater flavor and to drain excess fat. We have our own special homemade recipes for thousand island, ranch, blue cheese dressings, beans, salsas, zucchini, onion rings and more."
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Astro Burger
7475 Santa Monica Blvd
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OPEN LATE 5 MINUTE WALK "Our Promise OUR FOOD IS ALWAYS PREPARED TO ORDER Our burgers are made from fresh, never frozen 100% pure ground beef. Our homemade recipe chili is made with 100% pure ground beef, herbs and spices. Our critically acclaimed homemade onion rings are hand-battered daily. We fry in cholesterol-free and transfat-free canola oil. We charbroil our burgers, steaks and chicken for greater flavor and to drain excess fat. We have our own special homemade recipes for thousand island, ranch, blue cheese dressings, beans, salsas, zucchini, onion rings and more."
Best Local Celebrity Sightseeing
"...Erewhon Became Everyone’s Favorite Grocery Store Hot Spot Kaia Gerber, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Miley Cyrus are all members of Hollywood’s paparazzi-beloved shopping cult. "
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Erewhon Market
Beverly Blvd
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"...Erewhon Became Everyone’s Favorite Grocery Store Hot Spot Kaia Gerber, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Miley Cyrus are all members of Hollywood’s paparazzi-beloved shopping cult. "
"Tour Hot Spots The Hollywood Sign (10-min stop Mulholland) The Walk of Fame Dolby Theater Beverly Hills Hotel Laugh Factory Whiskey A-Go-Go Sunset Strip Rodeo Drive Route 66 Capitol Records Filming Locations Chinese Theatre And Many More…"
Hollywood City Tours
6437 Sunset Blvd
"Tour Hot Spots The Hollywood Sign (10-min stop Mulholland) The Walk of Fame Dolby Theater Beverly Hills Hotel Laugh Factory Whiskey A-Go-Go Sunset Strip Rodeo Drive Route 66 Capitol Records Filming Locations Chinese Theatre And Many More…"
"Contrary to popular belief, LA’s stars aren’t always hanging out at old school celebrity hangouts like The Polo Lounge and The Ivy. If you want to catch a star in public, hiking Runyon Canyon (92000 N. Fuller Ave., Los Angeles 90046) is one of the best places in town for encountering the rich and famous. Celebrities that have been spotted hiking the trails include Channing Tatum, Justin Bieber, Amanda Seyfried, Natalie Portman, and Kathy Griffin. If you want to spot a celebrity while also getting some exercise, lace up and head out to Runyon Canyon."
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Runyon Canyon Park
2000 N Fuller Ave
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"Contrary to popular belief, LA’s stars aren’t always hanging out at old school celebrity hangouts like The Polo Lounge and The Ivy. If you want to catch a star in public, hiking Runyon Canyon (92000 N. Fuller Ave., Los Angeles 90046) is one of the best places in town for encountering the rich and famous. Celebrities that have been spotted hiking the trails include Channing Tatum, Justin Bieber, Amanda Seyfried, Natalie Portman, and Kathy Griffin. If you want to spot a celebrity while also getting some exercise, lace up and head out to Runyon Canyon."
"The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel (7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles 90028) is not only one of LA’s most famous hotels, but it's been a favorite hangout for generations of celebrities, having hosted its share of famous guests in its Spanish Colonial Revival rooms. You might see a star at the Library Bar adjacent to the lobby, relaxing at the Tropicana Pool & Cafe, or partying at The Spare Room or Teddy's, two of the hotel's nightlife spots. You might catch one of your favorite celebrities enjoying a meal at Public Kitchen and Bar, located on the first floor."
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Roosevelt Hotel
7000 Hollywood Boulevard
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"The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel (7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles 90028) is not only one of LA’s most famous hotels, but it's been a favorite hangout for generations of celebrities, having hosted its share of famous guests in its Spanish Colonial Revival rooms. You might see a star at the Library Bar adjacent to the lobby, relaxing at the Tropicana Pool & Cafe, or partying at The Spare Room or Teddy's, two of the hotel's nightlife spots. You might catch one of your favorite celebrities enjoying a meal at Public Kitchen and Bar, located on the first floor."
"One of the most famous spots on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood is the legendary Rainbow Bar & Grill. Since 1972, the Rainbow has been a popular hangout for rock stars from the '70s and '80s, and practically served as the second home to the late Lemmy Kilmister of heavy metal group Motörhead, who could be seen sitting at the bar on any given day drinking his favorite Jack & Coke. Other celebrities who have been spotted at the Rainbow include Bill Maher, Ron Jeremy, and members of Cypress Hill and KISS"
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Rainbow Bar and Grill
9015 Sunset Blvd
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"One of the most famous spots on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood is the legendary Rainbow Bar & Grill. Since 1972, the Rainbow has been a popular hangout for rock stars from the '70s and '80s, and practically served as the second home to the late Lemmy Kilmister of heavy metal group Motörhead, who could be seen sitting at the bar on any given day drinking his favorite Jack & Coke. Other celebrities who have been spotted at the Rainbow include Bill Maher, Ron Jeremy, and members of Cypress Hill and KISS"
"Head east along the Sunset Strip and you’ll happen upon the famous Chateau Marmont (8221 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles 90046) – a popular business meeting place for industry hotshots by day, and a celebrity hangout by night. You can spot celebrities, many of whom choose to stay in the glamorous suites and bungalows when they’re in town, dining in the intimate restaurant or having a drink at the elegant cocktail bar. Even if you aren’t looking to run into someone famous, it’s practically unavoidable at the Chateau Marmont. It’s also an ideal place to visit for a quintessential LA brunch or Hollywood-inspired cocktail. Celebrities who have been spotted here include Lady Gaga, Lana Del Rey, Dakota Johnson, Kit Harington, and more."
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Chateau Marmont
8221 Sunset Boulevard
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"Head east along the Sunset Strip and you’ll happen upon the famous Chateau Marmont (8221 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles 90046) – a popular business meeting place for industry hotshots by day, and a celebrity hangout by night. You can spot celebrities, many of whom choose to stay in the glamorous suites and bungalows when they’re in town, dining in the intimate restaurant or having a drink at the elegant cocktail bar. Even if you aren’t looking to run into someone famous, it’s practically unavoidable at the Chateau Marmont. It’s also an ideal place to visit for a quintessential LA brunch or Hollywood-inspired cocktail. Celebrities who have been spotted here include Lady Gaga, Lana Del Rey, Dakota Johnson, Kit Harington, and more."
"|Do you want to see where the stars eat? Then a trip to LA is not complete until you’ve visited Catch LA (8715 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood 90069) – the West Coast version of nightlife entrepreneurs Mark Birnbaum and Eugene Remm’s original Catch restaurant in NYC. Diners enjoy an al fresco setting, vegan and gluten-free options, and locally grown ingredients. Celebrities who have been seen dining at Catch LA include Cindy Crawford, Larry David, Sylvester Stallone, Quincy Jones, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, David Beckham, Millie Bobby Brown, and more."
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Catch LA
8715 Melrose Ave
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"|Do you want to see where the stars eat? Then a trip to LA is not complete until you’ve visited Catch LA (8715 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood 90069) – the West Coast version of nightlife entrepreneurs Mark Birnbaum and Eugene Remm’s original Catch restaurant in NYC. Diners enjoy an al fresco setting, vegan and gluten-free options, and locally grown ingredients. Celebrities who have been seen dining at Catch LA include Cindy Crawford, Larry David, Sylvester Stallone, Quincy Jones, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, David Beckham, Millie Bobby Brown, and more."