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Fine Dining, Shopping and Entertainment in Hollywood and Highland

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A trip to Los Angeles isn’t complete without a trip and stay at hotels near Hollywood and Highland. When you stop by Hollywood, you’ll want to spend some time along Hollywood and Highland where you’ll find shops, dining, entertainment and more. Here are just a few things you can enjoy when you stop by Hollywood and Highland.

If you’re looking to shop, enjoy the over 70 brand name stores and retailers that you can find along Hollywood & Highland. At this shopping destination, search through the racks at Forever 21 or grab some new makeup at MAC or Sephora. Other places to shop include Victoria’s Secret, Louis Vuitton, Oakley, Lucky Brand Jeans, Hot Top, Skechers and more. Hollywood and Highland is a great place to pick up some souvenirs, gifts, or even something just for yourself!

After all the shopping, you might want to grab a bite to eat. Lucky for you, Hollywood and Highland offers 25 eateries including sit down restaurants. Some favorite locations include the Hard Rock Cafe, Cho Oishi, California Pizza Kitchen, Trastevere Ristorante Italiano and more. If you’re in the mood to have some fun, head over to Dave & Busters where you can enjoy arcade games or Lucky Strike Live where you can enjoy small bites and a round of bowling! Lucky Strike Live also offers Happy Hour every Monday through Friday from 3pm to 7pm. Enjoy $4 well drinks, house wines and select beers. You can enjoy get menu items for just $5.

At Hollywood and Highland, there is also different types of entertainment to enjoy as well. For example, the Dolby Theatre is located at Hollywood and Highland. At the Dolby Theatre catch your favorite artist perform live at a concert or stop by the TCL Chinese Theatre for a movie. In addition, the TCL Chinese Theatre, formerly known as the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, is a world famous movie theatre that was home to a number of movie premiers back during the golden age of Hollywood. Be a part of history as you watch a movie on the big screen.