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The Hungry Cat

The Hungry Cat was one of the first Hollywood restaurants where the bar program mirrored the kitchen’s commitment to seasonality. The Hungry Cat is known for their use of only artisanal, small-batch spirits.

1535 N. Vine Street @ Sunset
Hollywood, CA 90028

Musso & Frank Grill

Though Musso & Frank Grill was part of LA’s 1955 expansion, many elements such as the chandelier and the bar itself were part of the original Writer’s Room that debuted after the end of Prohibition.

6667 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028


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