The Strip is a fashionista’s dream by day and a nightlife hub by night. It’s the home of famed standup club the Comedy Store, along with live music Meccas The Whisky and The Roxy, plus iconic, boutique hotels and beckoning bars and rooftop pools.
While the world continues to adjust to the impact of COVID-19, many West Hollywood restaurants have modified their dining areas to include temporary outdoor spaces for safe, socially-distanced dining. Check back often for updates, but most importantly, check with the restaurants directly to determine if their updated business operations & safety protocols work for your needs.
From bright and bustling destinations to low-lit after-dark escapes, there is something for everyone when it comes to the city’s awesome open-air restaurant environments. West Hollywood’s al fresco dining options are unrivaled and there’s a plethora of inviting patio settings to choose from.
Hollywood & Highland is a shopping center and entertainment complex at Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue in the Hollywood district in Los Angeles. The 387,000-square-foot center also includes TCL Chinese Theatre and the Dolby Theatre, home to the Academy Awards
A trip to Los Angeles is not complete without stopping by one of the most recognizable destination in the world. Tourist and locals alike flock to Hollywood & Highland to catch a glimpse of their favorite star, enjoy a night out on the town, find that perfect gift to give, dine at a unique restaurant, experience a one of a kind event, find that perfect outfit for a date, take in a movie, experience culture at a gallery exhibit and so much more.
Walk up and down Melrose Avenue for a mix of clothing, design and unexpected gifts. East of Crescent Heights, you’ll find funky gems like Japan LA, featuring Tokyo–style stuffed animals, stationery, stickers, keyrings and the like. Behind a plastic ivy-covered storefront, Joyrich sells ’90s-inspired streetwear, while at Scout you can hunt for vintage finds, carefully displayed below a giant leather chandelier. The closer to Melrose Place, the higher the prices. Labels including Chloe, rag & bone, Alice and Olivia, and A.P.C. all have boutiques here. Just a bit further west, on Robertson Boulevard, sit household-name designers such as Christian Louboutin and Helmut Lang.
The Hollywood Bowl is an amphitheatre in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. It was named one of the 10 best live music venues in America by Rolling Stone magazine in 2018.