Comfort Inn Near Hollywood Walk of Fame
7051 Sunset Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028
Phone: (323) 462-0905
Fax: (323) 465-6088
Bars & Cafes
If gelato has become old hat, it's time to think about Persian ice cream. Rose-pistachio, along with vanilla, strawberry, chocolate and all of the usual flavors are made extra creamy onsite at this Persian bakery and community trading post. In addition to ice cream, you can pick up local Persian papers, Turkish delight, breads, teas, spices and pastries fancy enough to have been made for a sultan. No credit cards are accepted.
Located in the swanky Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Tropicana is an urban oasis filled with private bungalows and palm trees. This patio bar lives up to the hype and glitz of the City of Angels. Well-known media personalities brush shoulders with Hollywood A-listers and oil heirs here. The bar offers a good selection of cocktails and gourmet light fare, which makes lazing by the pool so tempting! Tropicana is always bustling; so expect crowds even on weekday afternoons.
Teddy's has risen like a phoenix after its temporary hiatus. Located in the lavish Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, this bar is the place to get a taste of the Hollywood nightlife. The venue can hold up to 160 people, and resembles a countryside cellar with dark wood interiors. Owing to being one of the hottest places in town, entry policies are strictly enforced. Everyone must be over 21, well-dressed, and men be sure to bring a lady companion.
Fully done up in wooden furnishings, Public Kitchen And Bar is an ornate American restaurant that sees a glamorous clientele who are interested in tasting the mesmerizing menu. The food consists of dishes like the Spiced Duck Breast, Shaved Prime Rib French Dip, Burrata, Chicharrones and Zucchini Risotto that have caught the imagination of the locals. The bar serves brilliant cocktails that are strong enough to give an instant kick. The staff is stylish too. though professional and helpful in their work. Experience the classy ambience for yourself by booking a table beforehand, as the place can get crowded during peak hours.
Born and brewed in Southern California since 1963, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® is the oldest and largest privately-held specialty coffee and tea retailer in the United States. The company has grown to be an international icon and currently has more than 800 stores in 22 countries.
D'Lush lies within the radius of neighboring Hard Rock Cafe and iconic Kodak Theater. It features an array of blended concoctions, much like the consistency of smoothies, in exotic flavors. The expertise of the baristas match the skills of a mixologist as they pour out familiar and inventive creations. Crushing on Justin Bieber or not, try the Bieber Crush or opt for Coffee On The Rocks or Green Pearl Tea. Since its inception in 2001, it boasts outlets across America, Qatar and Kuwait, and now aims for the Middle East.
Entering the "h.wood" is a nice respite from the ever bustling streets of the Hollywood area. h.wood is a cozy eatery and a lounge that gives you a delectable dinning experience with its varied menu offering some very exquisite French delicacies. The ambiance by their own admission is very chic and demure, finely lit with an ornate chandelier. The staff is very friendly and ready to take some special requests should you ask them. It is a good idea to take a patio seat during summers, and soak in the delightful sunlight with your meal. If you do not want a full fledged meal, try out the lounge area that has a nice assortment of drinks and a small dance floor. All in all, you are sure to have some nice memories to take with you after a meal here.
Lines snake around corners at every one of these shops, and you'd be lying to say you wouldn't wait in one of them for a fresh and fluffy pastry. The Beard Papa's Sweets Cafe in the Hollywood & Highland Center isn't the first to open; these cream puffs are known worldwide. Generally the shops are so busy that the cream is injected into the pastry just before you buy it. For extra decoration and sweetness the pastry is lightly dusted with confectionery sugar. Its simply delicious!
Remember those days when appetites were large and portions even larger? Well, when you reach here you can be assured of the large portions. Located strategically within the Entertainment Complex, Grill on Hollywood offers you some classic American treats. Fancy wooden interiors are complimented by frosted mirrors. Start with the Dungeness crab cakes and graduate to the signature 24-ounce Porterhouse. There is an extensive range of martinis also to choose from. End your meal with fudge chocolate cake.
Italy comes to Hollywood & Highland! Begin your meal with one of Trastavere's many luscious salads, all highlighting fresh vegetables, special vinaigrettes and subtle dustings of Italian cheese. The restaurant's award-winning pizza menu includes everything from the most basic Maragherita (tomato, basil and mozzarella) to the decidedly fully loaded Caricciosa (sauce, mozzarella, mushrooms, olives, marinated artichokes and Italian ham). Entrees include traditional takes on grilled chicken breast, veal scaloppinni and New York Steak. Beer, wine and champagne menus complement the food. See website for menus, lunch specials, and info on Trastevere's Santa Monica location.
Located on the third floor of Hollywood & Highland, Level 3 is the epitome of grandeur and elegance. Every Friday is Halo, a 21+ party catering to "model type singles, gorgeous couples and young professionals." Entertainment at Halo consists of fashion shows, celebrity DJ sets, movie wrap parties, artist showcases, theme nights and more. On Saturdays, Level 3 is home to KIIS FM's Club DV8, an 18+ dance party broadcast live on the air. A full bar is at your disposal, as is a snack bar serving sandwiches and salads into the wee hours. For more dancing and a fuller dinner menu, check out The Highlands downstairs.
Jazz enthusiasts consider Catalina Bar & Grill to be one of the best destinations in town to catch live, mainstream jazz. The room is attractively decorated and the sound system is excellent. Sight lines are generally good, too. The crowd knows to keep their whisperings down and focus on the music. Covers vary and come with a two-drink minimum. Dinner is available, too. Basically, this is a premier spot for premier artists.