The Abbey 692 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 The Abbey is one of the most popular places in West Hollywood to eat, drink and socialize. It has an indoor and outdoor…More seating areas: the patio, the cabana, the bar, a lounge area and the VIP area. At night, the candles are lit and there are plenty of people to mingle with.
The Body Shop 8250 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90046 The Body Shop is an adult entertainment club in Los Angeles. It has been featured in popular rap songs and in the…More entertainment news. It has one stage with continuous entertainment throughout the day.
Shadow PR 8921 Ashcroft Ave, West Hollywood, CA90048 The West Hollywood branch of Shadow PR specializes in public relations. It represents west coast fashion, beauty,…More nightlife, corporate, hospitality and other businesses. Please call the number provided for more information.
El Mirador Apartments 1302 N Sweetzer Ave, West Hollywood, CA90069 Featuring very large one- and two-bedroom, one-bath apartments, El Mirador is a historic building completed in 1929 by…More theater designer, S. Charles Lee. The units offer hardwood floors, amazing views of West Hollywood, and perks like faux fireplaces, and built-in shelving. The street is quiet and unassuming, yet steps away from the downtown nightlife that West Hollywood is famous for.
The Palms Bar 8572 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 The Palms Bar has been a West Hollywood staple for nearly 40 years. It has weathered the storm of moody Los…More Angeles nightlife to become a trademark location for the lesbian community. The casual bar offers an extremely laid-back atmosphere that allows both female Harley bikers and commuting beach goers to convene in a comfortable and friendly environment. This bar should not be confused with the famous steakhouse located further west on Santa Monica Boulevard.
Sunset Strip Business Association 9040 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 West Hollywood is filled with different areas for shopping, but the Sunset Plaza shopping area is one of the most…More exciting. It is filled with small, intimate boutiques that showcase some of the up and coming designers in Los Angeles as well as shops that are filled with some of fashion's biggest names, including Hugo Boss, Armani and Roberto Cavalli. There is a locale for H&M, the British fashion import that offers the latest designs at a fraction of the cost. After a day of shopping, you are among some of the city's most popular restaurants, such as Asia de Cuba in the Mondrian Hotel, Ketchup, the upscale restaurant from the Dolce Group that serves gourmet diner food and Andaz, a Spanish-French inspired restaurant for famed Chef Sebastien Archambault who's menu is driven from ingredients from the local farmers markets. There is also plenty of nightlife activities, including live music at The Viper Room, House of Blues, and the historic Whisky-a-Go-Go.
Soho House West Hollywood 9200 W Sunset Blvd Ste 817, West Hollywood, CA90069 Soho House West Hollywood is a member's only restaurant, lounge and private movie-screening room. This Soho House…More location occupies the top two floors of the 12-story 92000 Boulevard building. The House features the Sky penthouse, which offers views of L.A., parquet floors, vintage furniture and booths. The terrace garden dining area is lined with olive trees and a retractable roof. The terrace also features a sitting room and private dining area with full bar for private events and screening. The area seats about 140 people. The screening room accommodates about five people and hosts movie and TV screenings, presentations, businesses meetings and conferences.
L.A.vation 8721 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 L.A.vation is a U2 tribute band based in Los Angeles, offering performances for parties, corporate events, festivals…More and concert venues. The group performs all types of music from U2 and works to authentically represent the music, sites and sounds of a U2 concert in performances. The band plays many hits as well as lesser-known tracks, such as “I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For,” “Elevation,” “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” “City of Blinding Lights” and more. Check the main site for details on the band or for information on booking the group.
Sunset Strip Music Festival 9040 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 212, West Hollywood, CA90069 The Sunset Strip Music Festival has been held for three years, starting in 2007. Sunset Strip Business Association…More members Todd Steadman and Karmen Beck understood the importance of the Sunset Strip and how many bands got their start here, and decided it made sense to bring many of them back for a huge festival. Landmark clubs like the Roxy, the Key Club and the Whisky A Go-Go all host popular bands in addition to a street show that goes on for three days. Previous performers include Slash, Ozzy Osbourne, Fergie, Kid Cudi and many, many more. You can contact this office on Sunset Boulevard for details and booking information.
Libertine 8210 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90046 Libertine, located on the Sunset Blvd., aims to be an alternative to the area's other posh venues on the famous Strip.…More With hardwood touches, including a toasty fireplace and lots of couch seating, Libertine is liberated from the attitude of more famous areas. A nice comfort food menu (served till midnight) complements the vibe, but it's the music that really create the mood here: The sexy groove of house music reigns nearly every night of the week. Fitting, since the place is so homey. Enjoy the spacious outdoor patio.
North Harper House 1430 N Harper Ave, West Hollywood, CA90046 Featuring large one, two and three bedroom units, the North Harper House is ideally situated just off of the main strip…More in West Hollywood, providing its tenants with a quiet, relaxing environment while still being close enough to the stores, activities and nightlife that the city offers. It also provides covered tenant and guest parking, a large pool, balconies, and washer and dryers in each unit. The leasing office is open six days per week, and is more than happy to walk you through any of the open units.
The Sunset Strip 9040 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 One of the most popular sections of West Hollywood is the famous Sunset Boulevard, or "The Strip," as it's referred to…More by the locals. It's also an eclectic mix of entertainment ranging from the live music acts that take the stage at The Viper Room and the historic Whiskey-A-Go-Go to the Body Shop, an adult strip theater located across the street from the beautiful Chateau Marmont Hotel. There's fine dining in the restaurants of the swanky Mondrian and Sunset Towers Hotels or fun party food such as steaks and wings at the Saddle Ranch or Margaritas, tequila shots and Mexican food at the Cabo Catino. There are small fashion boutiques showcasing local California designers or others that are home to the big names such as Hugo Boss, Nicole Miller and Roberto Cavalli. Make sure to stop at the smallest Starbucks opposite the Standard Hotel because it's always filled with movie stars making a quick pit stop for morning java.
The Troubadour 9081 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 The Troubadour is one of Los Angeles' most famous venues for live music performances. Since 1957, young artists have…More been giving this venue credit for launching their careers. Early performers such as Elton John, James Taylor and Tom Waits all have made their debuts in this small and intimate venue. Tickets must be ordered in advance and most shows sell out quickly because this is not a large venue. Artists like Coldplay and The Killers have been known to schedule surprise concert dates when they want to launch new material or try out songs before they go on tour. Walk-ups are welcome, because there is an area of the bar where standing room only ticket holders may crowd in to get a glimpse of the stage.
The Olive Kitchen + Bar 8462 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 The Olive Kitchen + Bar is located in the heart of the Sunset Strip, in a small boutique hotel called The Grafton. It…More offers a casual dining experience that features California cuisine with an Italian twist. There is the small dining room and bar area, as well as a small balcony area that overlooks the hotel’s swimming pool and provides panoramic views of the city. It serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and on the weekends offers a brunch menu and a Bloody Mary Bar, where you’re invited to create your own spicy drink. There’s also a lobby area in the hotel where it serves cocktails and small plates. The Olive Kitchen + Bar is owned and operated by the same restaurant group that runs some of the city’s most popular eateries, such as the nearby Spanish Kitchen, The Belmont and The Oaks Gourmet Market.