The Bowl is a friendly sociable place where Southern Californians gather to picnic and enjoy outstanding music under the stars. Throughout the summer the LA Phil presents the best in jazz, classical, Broadway, and world music, featuring artists that range from Sarah Chang to Diana Krall, John Williams to Pet Shop Boys, and Nancy Wilson to Arcade Fire.
The Bowl is the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the home of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.
H&H is a central Hollywood gathering place with more than 75 shops and restaurants, including Lucky Strike Lanes and the famed Kodak Theatre, permanent home of the Academy Awards.
It is also the only place in Hollywood offering a picture-perfect view of the landmark Hollywood Sign.
The ultra-stylish Renaissance Hollywood Hotel & Spa has quickly become the premier luxury property in the movie-making capital of the world.
Boasting a sophisticated mid-century modern design and breathtaking view of LA–as well as forward-thinking “green” initiatives–this dazzling landmark hotel captures the legendary glamour and excitement of Hollywood’s illustrious past.
The tastes, sights, and sounds of the 1950s drive-in era have been shared among families here since 1987. Mel’s serves good old-fashioned burgers, fries, and milkshakes along with fondly remembered music and classic auto Americana.
American Graffiti was filmed at the original Mel’s Drive-In.
2003 was the end of an era for the iconic Hollywood Star Lanes, an institution that served Hollywood for 43 years and was home to the filming of “The Big Lebowski”.
In March it was leveled to make way for a school. But just as the door to one icon closed, another opened.