Nights in L. Truth be told, people come here more for the ambience than the food, but its classic Italian American fare is pretty decent. Think of The Bungalow Wilshire Blvd. The Bungalow is housed in the Fairmont Miramar Hotel, a grand beachside compound that feels very much the place to be on weekends. Order a potent margarita at the bar, and then head outside to lounge by the fire pits, play beer pong, or watch the sun set over the Pacific. There may be a line to get into the Bungalow on weekends.
Hollywood's reputation as an upscale playground for celebrities and studio executives dates back to the early days of film. Stars would snooze at the Hollywood Hotel currently the Hollywood and Highland Complex , dine at the Brown Derby and cozy up over cocktails at the still standing Frolic Room. And though Hollywood nightclubs and bars have seen incredible highs and heart breaking lows, this town simply bounces back every time. Hollywood's current nightlife landscape is as eclectic and endearing as ever. There are a dozens electric Hollywood night clubs and bars, infamous for the unbelievably attractive crowd and knack for showcasing the nation's top DJs, with Bardot , The Avalon and Create pulling partyers in droves. Despite Hollywood's obsession with youth and renovation, a few original hangouts still remain. Musso and Frank, the area's oldest restaurant, still serves Hollywood's elite after more than 90 years, with the recently opened bar, The Writer's Room, occupying the eatery's old backroom.
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