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What’s Happening Los Angeles: December 2017

What’s Happening Los Angeles: December 2017

Alma at The Standard Launches Feasting with Friends
Alma at WeHo’s The Standard Hotel is launching its new series, Feasting with Friends, beginning in December. On December 3, 4, 10, and 12, chefs Mads Refslund, Chris Kronner, and from Badmaash will collaborate on special holiday a la carte menus.

Delta Airlines Partners with LA Chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo for New Airline Menus
Delta Airlines has partnered with LA chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo to create menus featuring farm fresh ingredients on flights from LAX to New York and Washington, D.C.

GMC Launches Limited Time Ice Cream
GMC will unveil a limited edition Denali Ultimate Black ice cream to celebrate the launch of its new Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition vehicle. Created through a partnership with LA ice cream shop Little Damage, the new flavor will be available from December 1 through 10 at Little Damage in downtown Los Angeles.

Westbound Cocktail Bar Hosts “Miracle on Sante Fe”
Downtown’s craft cocktail bar Westbound is hosting “Miracle on Sante Fe” throughout December. The bar will be decorated with lights, garlands, ornaments, nutcrackers, and a huge Christmas tree as well as offering 15 cheerful seasonal cocktails.

Cleo Opens New Location
Cleo has opened a new LA location inside the Orlando Hotel in West Hollywood. Sharable Mediterranean dishes paired with signature craft cocktails round out the new menu.

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills Launches Nutcracker Tea
The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills has launched a special Nutcracker Tea available from 2 to 5 p.m. through December 24.

“Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter” at Universal Studios Hollywood Offers Special Holiday Menu
Universal Studios Hollywood’s latest holiday attraction, “Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter” will offer a special menu including their famous Butterbeer, pumpkin juice, roast turkey, pigs in blankets, vegetables, and Christmas pudding.

Peninsula Hotel Launches Taco Tuesday and Sunday Night Suppers
Beverly Hill’s Peninsula Hotel has launched Taco Tuesdays, a new weekly menu featuring five signature tacos and a Para La Familia menu offering family-style dining featuring fresh seafood, served at the hotel’s lively rooftop restaurant. The Peninsula’s Terrace is also offering Sunday Suppers sharable menus.

Jinya Ramen Bar Adds Tsukemen Ramen Dish to Menu
Jinya Ramen Bar in Studio City is offering a special Tsukemen ramen dish for a limited time. The dish features cold noodles served separately from the ramen broth and features pork chashu, egg, cilantro, spinach, bamboo, seaweed, fish powder, and shrimp oil.

Ainoko Opens at Petite Taqueria
Head to Petite Taqueria on La Cienega for its new Ainoko tasting menu with a wide mix of Japanese- and Mexican-inspired dishes.

Nestle Debuts Limited Time Holiday Treats
Nestle has launched limited edition holiday treats including Butterfinger Peanut Butter Cups Snowmen, Spree and Gobstopper Snowballs in reindeer-themed packages, Nestle Crunch Medallion, a huge Nestle Crunch one-pound bar and SweeTARTS Merry Mix.

See’s Candies Opens at Americana at Brand
See’s Candies has opened a new shop just in time for the holidays in Glendale at Americana at Brand. On December 1, the new See’s will offer free chocolate samples and giveaways.

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What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


What’s Happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

What’s happening in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills recently, and in the near future? Quite a bit, as always. The Los Angeles area welcomes a handful of new hotels including The Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles, The Dream Hotel in Hollywood, and The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Waldorf is the latest in luxury in the heart of Beverly Hills. Their general neighbors include The Peninsula, The Montage Beverly Hills, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The SLS, The Beverly Wilshire Hotel and The Hotel Bel Air. The Waldorf shares a lot with the legendary Beverly Hilton Hotel, once known as the Merv Griffin Hotel, and the annual host of The Golden Globe Awards (sadly, The Beverly Hilton Hotel is also where we lost Whitney Houston).

In entertainment, the studio tours of Warner Bros. VIP Tour, Universal Studios, Paramount and Sony/MGM, are gearing up for potential record numbers over our busy summer period. While most show tapings are on hiatus over summer, check out tickets for shows like The Price is Right, which just today announced a handful of summer tapings. TPIR taping is a long day, but well-worth the wait once you get inside for the most energized audience in Hollywood. Who knows?… you could walk away with a boat, a car, or $50,000 in PLINKO cash! If attending a taping at CBS Studios, walk next door to the always fantastic Farmer’s Market LA and The Grove. Side by side venues which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. Not only are these great places to dine, shop and people watch, but keep posted on non-stop entertainment happenings at both locations during your visit.

The Hollywood Bowl Summer Season

The Hollywood Bowl is kicking off their summer season. Look for opening night celebrations with The Moody Blues, followed by shows with Jason Mraz, Queen with Adam Lambert, a tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long, Blondie, Pentatonix, Tony Bennett, Jack Johnson, Kool & The Gang, and dozens of others. We always say, it doesn’t matter what you see at the Bowl, just see something! It’s a true Hollywood landmark. Check the schedule, but most shows, guests are allowed (encouraged) to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine to enjoy under the stars. If you opt out of this option, there are numerous venues on site, including a fantastic wine store.

Looking for others concert venues? Check into The Greek Theatre, The Pantages Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, The Palladium, The Ford Theatre, and of course the rock n’ roll heaven of The Sunset Strip with The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Whisky A Go-Go. One can even stay nearby these venues at the hip and luxurious London West Hollywood Hotel at Beverly Hills.

Whisky A Go-Go Sunset Strip

So much more to come as we drift into the busiest tourism time of July and August. Check back with Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for more updates. Happy Planning!


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