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Restaurants

Enjoy a wonderful feast of different varieties at the fantastic restaurants in Hollywood near Dunes Inn Sunset. From traditional favorites to more exotic cuisines, the city of Hollywood has what your palate is craving for! For something exotic and delicious, dine in at the famous Palms Thai Restaurant for authentic Thai food that will light up the sensations of your taste buds. At Palms Thai Restaurant, you’ll no doubt enjoy weekends of laughter from the hilarious Kavee Thongprecha, famously known as the Thai Elvis, all while enjoying your favorite Thai cuisines. For more tasty Thai food, stop by the Jitlada Restaurant for traditional and authentic Thai food at its finest. The Jitlada Restaurant is famous for their khua kling Phat Lung, a sweet and fiery turmeric beef curry – make sure you try this popular dish while dining here!

Another great option is to try the delicious soul food over at Roscoe’s House of Chicken ‘N Waffles for a sweet and savory experience. Roscoe’s is best known for serving a combination of chicken and waffles, but you’re free to order more traditional menu items while dining here as well. Taste the best in a fusion of Japanese and Californian cuisines at Katsuya Hollywood for an outstanding dining experience that will have you craving for more! Try from a variety of sushi and sashimi to classic miso soup and Sake, Katsuya has an extensive menu to fulfill your cravings for high quality Japanese/Californian food. Enjoy a famous food experience at Pink’s Hot Dogs, an iconic hot dog stand that’s been in business for over 70 years to perfect the art of creating the perfect hot dog. Don’t miss the chance to drop by this famous Hollywood landmark to eat one (or more) of their beloved hot dogs and hamburgers that are also loved by many celebrities!

Dreams Café & Lounge

5900 Hollywood Blvd
(323) 462-5073

Jitlada Restaurant

5233 Sunset Blvd
(323) 667-9809

Roscoe’s House of Chicken ‘N Waffles

1514 N Gower St
(323) 466-7453

Katsuya Hollywood

6300 Hollywood Blvd
(323) 871-8777

Pink’s Hot Dogs

709 N La Brea Ave
(323) 931-7594

Shopping

Enjoy a wonderful feast of different varieties at the fantastic restaurants in Hollywood near Dunes Inn Sunset. From traditional favorites to more exotic cuisines, the city of Hollywood has what your palate is craving for! For something exotic and delicious, dine in at the famous Palms Thai Restaurant for authentic Thai food that will light up the sensations of your taste buds. At Palms Thai Restaurant, you’ll no doubt enjoy weekends of laughter from the hilarious Kavee Thongprecha, famously known as the Thai Elvis, all while enjoying your favorite Thai cuisines. For more tasty Thai food, stop by the Jitlada Restaurant for traditional and authentic Thai food at its finest. The Jitlada Restaurant is famous for their khua kling Phat Lung, a sweet and fiery turmeric beef curry – make sure you try this popular dish while dining here!

Another great option is to try the delicious soul food over at Roscoe’s House of Chicken ‘N Waffles for a sweet and savory experience. Roscoe’s is best known for serving a combination of chicken and waffles, but you’re free to order more traditional menu items while dining here as well. Taste the best in a fusion of Japanese and Californian cuisines at Katsuya Hollywood for an outstanding dining experience that will have you craving for more! Try from a variety of sushi and sashimi to classic miso soup and Sake, Katsuya has an extensive menu to fulfill your cravings for high quality Japanese/Californian food. Enjoy a famous food experience at Pink’s Hot Dogs, an iconic hot dog stand that’s been in business for over 70 years to perfect the art of creating the perfect hot dog. Don’t miss the chance to drop by this famous Hollywood landmark to eat one (or more) of their beloved hot dogs and hamburgers that are also loved by many celebrities!

Farmers Market

6333 W 3rd St, Los Angeles
(323) 933-9211

Hollywood & Highland Center

6801 Hollywood Blvd
(323) 817-0200

Beverly Center

8500 Beverly Blvd
(310) 854-0070

The Grove

189 The Grove Dr
(323) 900-8080

Melrose Avenue

Rodeo Drive

Nightlife

Discover a new and better way to spend your nights at several of the best places for nightlife in Hollywood. Whisky a Go Go is one of the most popular nightclubs in Hollywood, where you can be a part of the city’s rock scene with exciting rock ‘n’ roll performances from new up and coming artists. Another hot club and music venue is the historic Avalon, which brings together some of the bigger named DJs that spin high energy music onto its dance floor for all to enjoy. For a trendy nightspot with beautiful Renaissance decor, check out the Greystone Manor to indulge in the celebrity charms and brilliant performances in the bustling area of West Hollywood. Greystone Manor features a dazzling LED Lighting system, along with a sweet combination of dining, mixology and entertainment for an experience to remember. For those that like to show off their fancy footwork, drop by the popular Create Nightclub for a dance party experience that will keep you returning for fun nights of dancing. This renown dance club offers two dance floors to provide enough space for everyone to show off their best dance moves, a comfortable VIP balcony for special guests and a large back patio. Don’t miss out on these spectacular clubs for a memorable nightlife experience in the city of Hollywood!

Whisky a Go Go

8901 Sunset Blvd
(310) 652-4202

Avalon

1735 Vine St, Los Angeles
(323) 462-8900

Greystone Manor

643 N La Cienega Blvd
(310) 652-2012

Create Nightclub

6021 Hollywood Blvd
(323) 463-3331

Sightseeing

Check out all of the sights and sounds of the most popular sightseeing destinations in Los Angeles and Hollywood during your pleasant stay in the area. Art lovers should definitely make a visit to Barnsdall Art Park, home to many art institutions such as the Hollyhock House, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Junior Art Center, Barnsdall Art Center and Barnsdall Gallery Theatre. The Art Park offers a variety of artsy classes and events to promote the beauty of art for those visiting the area. Other parks that residents and tourists enjoy while visiting Los Angeles is Griffith Park and MacArthur Park. The Griffith Park offers cultural and educational institutions, fun activities such as horseback riding and hiking, several family attractions and provides a great outdoor environment to spend quality time with loved ones. MacArthur Park is a gorgeous location to enjoy the sights of the city and outdoorsy activities with family and friends. With a lake, amphitheatre, soccer fields, children’s playground and more, there are many fun things for you to do here.

There are also a number of well-known museums in the area that should definitely be explored while staying in the local area. Don’t forget to visit the largest art museum in the Western U.S., the Los Angeles County Museum (LACMA), for a chance to check out thousands of historical art pieces dating from the distant past to the modern ages of the present. While visiting LACMA, check out their most popular exhibits for Asian art, Latin American art and Islamic art for a truly unique and artsy experience. Car enthusiasts would have a fascinating time at the Petersen Automotive Museum, where visitors can view the lovely Streetscape diorama and be a part of the fascinating rotating exhibit spaces featuring around 150 vehicles for all to see. If you still haven’t gotten enough of examining vehicles, then make another trip to the Travel Town Museum to check out their many different types of vehicles on display. Join in on the decades of historic preservation of vehicles and the family fun that can only be found at the Travel Town Museum!

For those that have a soft spot for animals, then a visit to the LA Zoo is a must. The LA Zoo & Botanical Gardens is home to over 1,100 different animal types, including many rare and endangered species that aren’t commonly found in the wild. Apart from looking at the many different animal species at the zoo, you can also enjoy the beautiful sights and smells of the botanical gardens which feature more than 800 different plant species. During your visit, experience the highlights of zoo which includes the Rainforest of the Americas which displays animal life found in tropical rainforests, the LAIR for visitors that are fascinated over reptiles or amphibians and the Elephants of Asia habitat that is dedicated to the welfare of the shrinking population of elephants. You haven’t seen it all until you have stepped inside the Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Odditorium in Hollywood. See the most unusual and fascinating things from all around the world at this funky museum that promotes the most unimaginable exhibits ever seen. From a 12ft Transformer sculpture to pieces of duct tape art, there is so much to explore at Ripley’s that you don’t want to miss! There are many places to go sightseeing in the Los Angeles, but if given the opportunity, take the time to explore some of these thrilling destinations for an experience that will last a lifetime!

Barnsdall Art Park

4800 Hollywood Blvd
(323) 644-6275

Griffith Park

4730 Crystal Springs Dr
(323) 913-4688

MacArthur Park

2230 W 6th St
(213) 368-0520

Los Angeles County Museum (LACMA)

5905 Wilshire Blvd
(323) 857-6000

Petersen Automotive Museum

6060 Wilshire Blvd
(323) 930-2277

Travel Town Museum

5200 Zoo Dr
(323) 662-9678

Los Angeles Zoo

5333 Zoo Dr
(323) 644-4200

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

6780 Hollywood Blvd
(323) 466-6335