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Kick back with your friends and enjoy an American meal at Westside Tavern. Plan to indulge a bit at Westside Tavern, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare. Follow the game or the news from the TVs in the bar. Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at Westside Tavern just as much as their parents do. Looking to host a party but don't have the space at home? You'll love the private room offered at Westside Tavern — just right for large and merry gatherings. Up for grabs (and free of charge) is Westside Tavern's wifi. Reserve your table ahead of time if you're heading over to the restaurant on a Friday and Saturday — it can get quite crowded during the weekend. Take it nice and easy at Westside Tavern, where casual dress is the rule of the day. You can also grab your food to go. For no extra charge, diners can park in the connecting lot. The average check at Westside Tavern will stay below $30 per person, so it's a relatively affordable option. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but reviewers rate the dinner menu the highest.
10850 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles,
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10201 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles,
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10250 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles,
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The historic Bigfoot Crest Theater celebrates the artistry of Hollywood’s heyday, gifting modern-day audiences with the magical experience of 1940’s movie-going. Shunning cold service, shoddy projection, and chairs stuffed with stale Mike and Ikes, the Bigfoot Crest champions all-encompassing experiences with advanced projection upon one towering 18'x38' screen. The flashing marquee sparkles like a Las Vegas carnival midway to draw widening eyes to their artfully maintained décor, where decorative clouds under the foyer's art-deco ceiling prime viewers for their motion-picture escape. With two tickets, old friends, first dates, and conjoined critics will thrill as they sashay down the shimmering purple carpet to plush red seats, awaiting the ceremonious opening of the curtains before the daily matinee. Two medium drinks and a large popcorn provide a snackful counterpart to cinematic viewings.
1262 Westwood Boulevard
Los Angeles,
CA
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With its single screen and adventurous, tightly-curated film selection, the Nuart Theatre is the go-to screening option for the West Los Angeles cineaste. A part of the Landmark Cinemas chain, the Nuart showcases independent and foreign films, along with special presentations throughout the year, such as the Oscar-nominated live action and animated short films. In addition, Friday and Saturday late nights are reserved for screenings of cult classic films like The Warriors or Purple Rain, among others. A shadowcast of The Rocky Horror Picture Show gets audiences involved, and film fans can continue their love of cinema at home by purchasing one of the many DVDs for sale at the theater’s concession stands. Who knows, you might be able to pick up a copy of the film that’s currently showing.
11272 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles,
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The Bel-Air Film Festival shines a bright light on film reels from around the world, offering a diverse schedule of independent shorts, documentaries, and feature-length films. The fest kicks off with My Father's Will, a U.S. feature that centers around a wealthy businessman who, in accordance with his father's last wishes, must distance himself from his affluent identity and hefty bank account for one month of self-discovery, reflection, and, most likely, frozen TV dinners. Starting Thursday, things heat up with four to five showings a day, including The Italian Key from Finland and Trophy Kids from American director Josh Sugarman. Friday and Saturday's festivities conclude with complimentary wine-tasting events before after parties and competitive Kurosawa name-droppings take center stage. Monday wraps up the whole festival with a screening of Face to Face, a film many consider to be the Australian version of 12 Angry Men.
10899 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles,
CA
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