The last remaining Victorian home on Hollywood Blvd, built in 1903, and the former site of Miss Janes’ School, which was attended by the...
The Egyptian, the first of the grand movie palaces on Hollywood Blvd, premiered Robin Hood in 1922. The theater’s lavish getup –...
Musso & Frank Grill
Hollywood history hangs in the thick air at Musso & Frank Grill, Tinseltown’s oldest eatery (since 1919). Charlie Chaplin used to...
You’ll want to give the devil his due after a bite of the decadent Kobe Diablo – a thick Kobe-beef patty layered with avocado,...
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Lonely Planet review
Spawned from the long-running, widely loved, farmers-market taco stand of the same name, this version offers elegant ambience and a ceviche bar. The kitchen turns out a range of classic Mexican mains and the barmen pour over 80 premium tequilas.