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Bottega Louie

Bottega Louie

A PLACE FOR (COLORFUL) DESSERTS Almost everything in Bottega Louie is white or gold, so the food and its palatte of colors really have a have a place to shine. Upon entering, you’ll see the small bakery near the entrance with towers of macaroons, cakes, golden touched pastries, and the smell of coffee as locals […]

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Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre

Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre

AN EGYPTIAN THEATRE If you like watching old Hollywood movies in an old Hollywood structure, visit Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre, which was opened in 1922 and is still in tact. In the heart of Hollywood, the Egyptian’s massive Egyptian columns house everything from double features of your favorite classics to short runs of newer independent films […]

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Griddle Cafe

Griddle Cafe

A BREAKFAST SPOT WITH GREAT PANCAKES (AND A LONGER LINE THAN MOST HOLLYWOOD NIGHTCLUBS) These pancakes are so good, they’re worth the one hour wait. In fact, they’re so good someone should write a song about them (Josh Groban perhaps? That sounds like a ridiculous song). With all the best elements of a cake and […]

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La Descarga

La Descarga

A BURLESQUE SHOW (THROUGH A SECRET ENTRANCE) There’s something about La Descarga that makes you feel like you’ve stumbled into something really special. Maybe it’s the fact that when you enter (spoiler alert), a host opens of a closet door Narnia style which leads you into a place where you can enjoy rum with wild […]

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R Bar

R Bar

A SECRET BAR (THAT REQUIRES A PASSWORD) You’ll park in KTown next to a hot dog wrapped in bacon food cart and walk up to R Bar, where you’ll whisper the password of the day (find it through their twitter account) through a hole in the door. Once you are allowed admittance and come aboard […]

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Downtown Independent

Downtown Independent

A PLACE TO SEE (OBSCURE) MOVIES Have you seen the French film Holy Motors where a man transforms himself into nine different people in one day and then comes home to a family of chimps? So have we! Downtown Independent shows movies like Holy Motors. It shows movies that you wouldn’t see elsewhere, it makes […]

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School Night at Bardot

School Night at Bardot

A (FREE) MONDAY NIGHT CONCERT SERIES What do the words “free concert”, “drop in celebrity DJs”, “dance party” and “Monday” all have in common? This creative collosion is Bardot’s weekly Monday night concert series “It’s a School Night”, kindly hosted by KCRW’s Chris Douridas in the upscale gypsy den’s downstairs area. Couples adorn the stairways, […]

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