Things To Do In West Hollywood


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  • The Comedy Store
    Though he's used to hitting night clubs and touring, Adam Richmond's star is rising with appearances on Last Comic Standing, Last Call with Carson Daly, and a gig warming up the audience for The Best Damn Sports Show Period. The in-your-face comedian—blessed with a gravel-toned voice and pointed cadence—expounds on the big-picture and small-picture aspects of life, from religion and history to the ethics of killing ants and ideas for hypothetical horror movies about coconuts. He'll hit the Thai Palms Restaurant and Bar stage with a posse of comedians yet to be announced. Until then, customers can catch up on Richmond's lively online life, which abounds with a personal website, a video blog christened Suck My Shtick, and the occasional anonymous post on Gargoyles message boards.
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    8433 W Sunset Blvd.
    West Hollywood, CA US
  • Brit Floyd
    House of Blues Sunset Strip has hosted performances by legendary artists, among them Tupac Shakur and Prince. But the confines of the famed venue are just as remarkable, decorated with artwork by Alan Sainte James Boudrot and weathered tin. That tin was taken from a gin mill in the Delta—mere feet from the spot where Robert Johnson is said to have traded his soul to the devil for otherworldly guitar-playing skills. And in keeping with House of Blues tradition, the Sunset Strip location keeps a box of Mississippi mud beneath its stage and showcases the “Crazy Quilt” on its wall.
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    8430 Sunset Blvd.
    West Hollywood, CA US
  • Rock & Reilly's
    The legend behind Rock and Reilly's Irish Pub is a tale taller than Paul Bunyan. Reilly, it's said, was born in Ireland during a bar fight, and took a man's life on that first day. His father lost him during a poker game at the age of two, and Reilly won himself back within six months. Then, at the age of three, he set out to cure America of what he saw as a disease: prohibition. The remedy, of course, was whiskey.? The stories may be out there, but the pub itself couldn't be more tangible. Irish-inspired pub food, such as corned-beef sliders or a cheese steak made with Irish cheddar, help soak up the booze, while Reilly's Hooch, seven draft beers, and more than 50 whiskeys keep spirits raised.
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    8911 W Sunset Blvd.
    West Hollywood, CA US
  • Elevation-Fitness
    Elevation Fitness?s coaches and trainers believe in functional fitness?a style of exercise meant to condition the body for facing life?s daily rigors. Based upon biomechanical principles, functional training increases strength and range of motion to decrease the potential for injuries or waking up one morning as a cyborg. Trainers draw exercises from a wide range of sources, strapping clients into the yellow TRX suspension harnesses that dangle from the gym?s exposed wooden rafters or stretching and strengthening muscles with reformer-enhanced Pilates routines.
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    8920 W Sunset Blvd
    West Hollywood, CA US
  • The Comedy Store
    Founded by comedian Sammy Shore in 1972 and built into a comic empire by his erstwhile wife Mitzi, The Comedy Store has nourished some of the country's greatest comedic talent. With an alumni list that includes such greats as George Carlin, Jim Carrey, and Dave Chappelle, the club has been at the epicenter of comedy innovation for four decades, giving chucklesmiths the opportunity to devise ever more ingenious ways of eliciting laughs from patrons and laugh approximations from cyborg patrons
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    8433 Sunset Boulevard
    West Hollywood, CA US
  • BOA Steakhouse
    Twilight star Ashley Greene, True Blood lovebirds Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer, and songstress Jessica Simpson are among the celebrities that frequent BOA Steakhouse. If that’s not enough reason to dine there, let the menu speak for itself—showstoppers include Maine lobsters and New York strips aged 40 days.
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    9200 W Sunset Blvd
    West Hollywood, CA US

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