We’re taking you around our neighborhood. Whether you're new to town or visiting, this guide is sure to get you acquainted with some of our favorite spots in West Hollywood. If you're looking for a charming day living like a local, we’ve got you covered.
Photography: Courtesy of Coffee for Sasquatch
Coffee for Sasquatch offers the perfect place to take a break from the busy. Start your day calm and collected with their delicious roasts and treats; try their colorful Cryptid Latté.
With arts, education, music, and more, this great community non-profit is a part of the Greenway Arts Alliance. If you like vintage fashion, antique-hunting, and are always on the look for artisan gems, we know you'll love all Melrose has to offer!
Photography: Courtesy of Café Gratitude
Photography: Cameron Venti
It's a lot easier to celebrate every day when we're living in gratitude. Cafe Gratitude’s conscious, plant-based cuisine offers fresh and high-quality ingredients, curated with artisan craft. Their warm environment is sure to get you smiling and feeling thankful for yummy, clean nourishment.
Take a hike (or shuttle!) up to the Griffith Observatory for the best perspective of our town! Be sure to check out a live show at the Samuel Oschin Planetarium if you are up for it.
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Central in the Melrose Shopping District, this cute luxury hotel is sure to make your stay memorable. Wake up in vibrant LA and check out The Hart and the Hunter for additional dining.
A mix of old-school and new-school Italian, Vernetti is the perfect place to start your night. Chef Steve Vernetti has created delicious dishes inspired by classic Italian-American cuisine. Be sure to try their Spaghetti con Limone Grigliato!
The Fonda Theatre opened in 1926 and has hosted some of our most memorable nights (one including Vance Joy!).
Here are a few upcoming shows, if anything strikes your fancy:
TEGAN AND SARA — November 15th — This Canadian indie-pop band is also a pair of identical twins!
CHANNEL TRES — December 6th & 7th — Experience West Coast experimental hip hop with one of Compton's own.
CHARLEY CROCKETT — December 10th and 11th — a unique American blues, country, and Americana show rolled into one.
Known for their insanely delicious crust, you can’t go wrong with a pizza here! Try the one topped with Meyer lemon, tomato, fried capers, Fresno chiles, and fried parsley. Their meatballs are also worth every bite.
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This article was originally published in the winter 2019 issue of Molly My Mag under the title “24 Hours In West Hollywood” and has been included by our team here.
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