Where To Eat & Drink
Beachwood Canyon is close to many lovely eateries for you to enjoy during your visit. Below are some of our favorites.
Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: Hollywood & Hollywood Hills
Like many of Los Angeles County's neighborhoods, Hollywood is rife with film locations and star sightings, but Hollywood has the distinction of once being the beating heart of the entertainment industry. Hollywood only became the hellish tourist destination and traffic nightmare that is it today because once upon a time, it really was the place the famous went to eat and get drunk
Beachwood Cafe, which first opened its doors on March 1, 2012, serves modern American cuisine laced with Asian, Scandinavian, and Mediterranean influences, all made with the highest quality, in-season ingredients. The cafe serves fresh farm-to-table fare in the historic Beachwood Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles (internationally recognizable for the iconic Hollywood sign). Currently the cafe hours are from 8AM–4PM daily.
Our creations strive to honor and frame the fresh ingredients we utilizes for clean, layered, and often surprising flavors. Everything is made from scratch on the premises including handmade bread ‘n’ butter pickles, fennel ketchup, jams, hot sauces and, of course, baked goods. Vegan and vegetarian options are available.
Espresso drinks, specialty teas and fresh juices are also served, as well as wine and craft beers, including local libations, such as Stephen Ross Pinot Noir from the Central Coast and beers from Golden Road Brewing and Eagle Rock Brewery.
2695 N Beachwood Dr. Hollywood, CA 90068
The 101 Coffeeshop
Channeling the '60s, this funky diner, with a stone wall behind the retro brown leather booths and long counter, is decorated with photographs of Restaurateur Warner Ebbink's and Chef Brandon Boudet's friends and families decked out in bell-bottoms and knee-high socks. The original retro design of this space is only the beginning of a truly classic dining experience.
The menu combines produce from the Hollywood farmers market with hearty classics. Signature items include Cajun Catfish and Eggs, 101 salad and Silver Dollar Buttermilk Pancakes. Veggie lovers can try the "No Huevos Rancheros," a spicy Vegan play on the classic brunch dish with a scramble of tofu, soy chorizo, corn and peppers. Weekday specials include Boudet‘s homemade Corned Beef Hash and his most popular, Fried Chicken on Thursday's starting at noon. Don't forget to try the infamous Mac and Cheese... Pastry Chef Ann Kirk leaves your mouth watering with Desserts like Apple Crisp, Coconut Cream Pie, Cake in a Jar and the Waffle Brownie Sundae with Vanilla Ice Cream.
6145 Franklin Ave. Hollywood, CA 90028
Jacqueline opened La Poubelle in 1969 based on a childhood dream of having a creperie in America.
With humble beginnings, a small kitchen where the bar now resides, 35 crepes and 15 omelets were served to the music of Edith Piaf.
Almost five decades later, the legacy continues with her daughter Françoise catering to loyal neighbors and friends. La Poubelle has truly become a Hollywood landmark.
We would like to sincerely thank those of you who have supported us through the years.
5907 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Musso Frank Grille | Proudly Serving Hollywood Since 1919
The Musso & Frank Grill’s history is as rich and colorful as Hollywood itself. Opened in 1919 by entrepreneur Frank Toulet, who joined forces with Oregon restaurateur Joseph Musso and brilliant French chef Jean Rue, the restaurant quickly became known for outstanding service and culinary excellence.
When you sit in our comfortable worn-leather booths, peruse our 90-year-old classic menu or sidle up to the mahogany bar, you’re not just enjoying fine food and great company. You’re a part of Hollywood history.
It’s a history that reads like a Hollywood script. Deals were made on the old pay phone — the first pay phone to be installed in Hollywood. Scripts were discussed over a famous Musso’s martini. Contracts were signed over exquisite meals of Roast Duck and Lamb Chops. Stars were born.
6667 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028
For a classy, no-frills happy hour experience, head to MiniBar, where the ambience is as intimate as the drinks are stiff. The recently opened 32-seat bar is decked out in 70s decor, with gold-tipped tables, a dark wooden bar, and refurbished leather office chairs fit for a character on “Mad Men”. The “Early Check-In” deal offers $6 rotating off-menu drink specials between 5pm – 7pm every day of the week as well. Pick your poison from eight classic cocktails, or enjoy the monthly special (November’s is the Chavito 2 Margarita with Reposado tequila, lemon and lime, a splash of OJ, and a cinnamon sugar rim). MiniBar doesn’t serve food, but a retro coffee shop in the same hotel is open until 3am, and offers the perfect diner food to soak up those delicious drinks.
6141 Franklin Ave Los Angeles, CA 90028
DOG FRIENDLY EATERIES
HOME | Los Feliz
Your HOME away from home! HOME restaurant offers authentic, HOME cooked delicious food in a homey atmosphere. Serving breakfast all day and some dinner option for breakfast, you will be sure to find something your taste buds will LOVE, and a great patio area you will enjoy! We make sure your experience is a great one with exceptional customer service, after all you are a guest at our HOME.
Bring your friends, family, children, pets!!! We welcome you and your loved ones to HOME restaurant.
1760 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027