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  • Hidden Gems of West Hollywood

    By Andaz

    • Feb 2017
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  • Alfred Coffee & Kitchen

    1

    Coffee Shop

    This hidden coffee shop brews Stumptown Coffee and provides Instagram-worthy vignettes at every turn.

  • Eveleigh

    2

    American

    A unique restaurant in West Hollywood which serves local food and craft cocktails. It’s a great dinner place, before heading out on the town for drinks.

  • The Stahl House (Case Study House #22)

    3

    Building

    The most famous photograph of Los Angeles was taken by Julius Schulman at this mid-century modern house in the Hollywood Hills designed by Pierre Koenig.

  • Paramount Studios

    4

    Office

    A historic movie studio, it shares a border with Hollywood Forever Cemetery. People have reported ghost sightings. Tours are available during the week.

  • Marix Tex Mex Cafe

    5

    Mexican

    Taco Tuesdays at this place are a really big deal. On warm days the roof and walls retract - the tropical landscaping transforms the space into a secret garden!

  • The Troubadour

    6

    Music Venue

    A divey yet legendary bar and live music venue which features an impressive lineup of music programming.

  • Sqirl Kitchen

    7

    New American

    A neighborhood cafe in Virgil Village, it uses ingredients from local, organic, family-owned farms and they specialize in jams.

  • V

    8

    Wine Bar

    V is located inside an art deco building from the 20s built as Charlie Chaplin’s first studio. They offer unique wines from boutique wineries in California.

  • Tinto

    9

    Spanish

    This Spanish restaurant is a hidden gem. Come here on Thursdays after 8 PM for a live flamenco band, it’s also one of the days they offer paella.

  • Bikes and Hikes LA

    10

    Travel

    Experience LA on guided bike tours and hike tours; Try LA in a Day, Legendary Homes Tour or the Hollywood Hills Sunset Hike.

  • Dearly Departed Tours

    11

    Entertainment

    While a bit more morbid than the typical city tour, these tours are highly curated and offer accurate historical information about the darker side of LA.

  • Cinespia

    12

    Indie Movies

    Cinespia hosts outdoor screenings of classic movies at the cemetery, the final resting place for Hollywood luminaries like Mel Blanc and Bugsy Siegel.

  • The Abbey Food & Bar

    13

    Gay Bar

    Consistently crowned the “best gay bar in the world;” it was also Elizabeth Taylor’s favorite place for a night out. The locals come out to play on Sunday.

  • Book Soup

    14

    Bookstore

    A quintessentially-LA bookshop walking distance from the hotel.

  • DBA

    15

    Nightclub

    For the Record is a theater company that takes famous directors and creates shows around each one using the famous songs and scenes from their beloved films.

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