The Tower Bar
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This classic hotel bar is one of Sunset Boulevard's hidden secrets. If you want to feel like you've traveled back in time to Hollywood's heyday, this is the place. Black and white photos of film icons line the walls, and talented pianists set the tone. It’s an impressive, and pricey, first date spot. Make sure you really like who you're bringing. For a quieter and maybe even more inviting spot, ask to sit outside. At the outdoor booths, you can sit side-by-side instead of facing each other, and you get a view over the pool to the rest of West Hollywood.
Whether you’re just visiting and want to see some celebs drinking martinis, or you’ve been in LA for years and aren’t one to ever turn down a build-your-own-sundae situation, the Tower Bar is a must-visit. In the heart of The Strip, Tower Bar is an old Hollywood classic where young Hollywood types…
You are totally on the "inside" at this discrete old Hollywood bar and lounge. Class, sophistication, and elegance was the plan for this art deco low-pro restaurant. The chef and the maitre d' work well to ensure customers get a classic experience.
“Sunset Strip sushi and skewers. Great menu, great way to kick off a romantic or fun night out. Get a table on the deck.”
“You need a reservation to get into the Spare Room bar and game room tucked away in the Roosevelt Hotel. Expect great drinks form a luminary in the bar scene, Yael, as well as upscale wooden board games like jenga, backgammon, and my personal favorite, Connect 4.”
“The best "bargain" sushi I've ever eaten. They even make sushi rolls without rice! Just west of Crescent Heights in the mall, next door to McDonalds, this place is a must for sushi lovers on a budget. ”