Things To Do In West Hollywood


$15 for One-Day Bike Rental from Bikes and Hikes LA ($32 Value)

Bikes And Hikes LA

West Hollywood

Hop on comfy, 21-speed hybrid bikes, available in four sizes, with a bike map, lock, and safety vest to explore the city on two wheels

$32 $15

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Hollywood Tour for One or Two with Madame Tussauds Admission and Drop-Off from Skyes Tours (Up to 56% Off)

Skyes Tours

Skyes Tours

L.A. native Sky Delamey leads tours through Hollywood’s musical, glamorous, or spooky sides, then shuttles guests to Madame Tussauds

$97 $44

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$50 for a One-Year Membership to MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House ($100 Value)

MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House

West Hollywood

Unlimited visits, discounts, and exclusive invites at an arts center housed in influential architect R.M. Schindler’s former home and studio

$100 $44

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Music & Food Festival: Mardi Gras with Boogaloo Assassins & More at House of Blues Sunset Strip (Up to 72% Off)

House of Blues Presents Mardis Gras with Boogaloo Assassins & More

House of Blues Sunset Strip

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Fat Tuesday celebration features three floors and four stages packed with local LA blues bands, drink specials, and Southern soul food

$29 $8

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Chippendales 2015 Get Lucky Tour! at House of Blues Sunset Strip on February 12 at 9 p.m. (Up to 39% Off)

Chippendales 2015 Get Lucky Tour!

House of Blues Sunset Strip

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World-famous all-male dancers don cuffs, collars, and little else as they raise temperatures with sultry moves

$46 $28

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$82 for 15 Tai Chi Classes at Tai Chi Works

Tai Chi Works

Multiple Locations

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$149 $82

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Five Personal Training Sessions at Tunnel Vision Fitness (45% Off)

Tunnel Vision Fitness

West Hollywood

Lose fat and build muscle with fun and effective personal-training sessions

$580 $319

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$38 for $125 Worth of Pilates — The Body Lab- Classical A1-Pilates Studio

The Body Lab- Classical A1-pilates Studio

West Hollywood

From the merchant: 1 hr. Private Single Pilates Session with Jacquie including posture analysis, goal setting and an INTENSE workout!

$125 $38

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5 or 10 Yoga Classes at Yoga Garden LA (Up to 71% Off)

Yoga Garden LA

West Hollywood

Students practice yoga in a serene, outdoor garden atmosphere

$100 $39

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The Crystal Ball NYE 2015 at Metropolitan Nightclub on Wednesday, December 31 (Up to 67% Off)

The Crystal Ball NYE 2015

Metropolitan Nightclub

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Toast 2015 with confetti showers, champagne, and plenty of dancing in a luxe club setting

$53.74 $19

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10 or 20 Yoga Classes at PSLA's Heart Center (71% Off)

PSLA's Heart Center

West Hollywood

Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline that aims to transform body and mind for people who are looking for balance

$100 $29

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In the ‘60s, kitchen24 looked much different. It went by Shelly’s Manne-Hole, a name taken from owner and Hall of Fame jazz drummer Shelly Manne. Revered by many as a founding father of West Coast jazz, Manne welcomed countless iconic jazz musicians and big bands to his club. He relinquished control of the club in 1972 and passed away 12 years later, but his wife remains a faithful patron of kitchen24. Though it now welcomes ravenous eaters instead of jazz greats, the diner pays homage to Manne through eclectic tunes that play during meals. But its American dishes only vaguely resemble those of years past. Classics such as French toast and burgers may look the same on the outside, but contemporary twists make them even tastier than the originals. The French toast, for instance, comes stuffed with bananas and caramel and wears a coat of coconut and Frosted Flakes; the burgers arrive in toasted brioche buns. And unlike the greasy spoons of yesteryear, kitchen24 takes health seriously. Its cooks not only use a reverse-osmosis filtration system for the water in coffee, cocktails, and food but also pack the menu with nutritious smoothies, salads, and vegetarian dishes. And they whip up all signature soups, sauces, and baked goods in-house.
8575 Santa Monica Boulevard
West Hollywood,
CA
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Rich Schmutzler and Nick Leonard, co-owners of GYM Sportsbar, had a lot in common: they were both varsity athletes in college, loved to watch sports, and felt left out as sports fans in the gay community. To fix that, they founded GYM Sportsbar in New York City—a dedicated sports bar that played video and audio simultaneously. The concept caught on so quickly that they decided to open a second hub in L.A. “When we first started, I got a lot of Scooby Doo faces, like, ‘huh?’” Schmutzler told the Los Angeles Times in a 2009 article about the business. But soon, those questioning looks turned into smiles as mostly male crowds began flooding to the West Hollywood GYM. Today, they host weekday happy hours along with gatherings for recreational sports teams, alumni associations, and other local groups.
8737 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood,
CA
US
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.
8911 W Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood,
CA
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Trunks Bar has been serving LA’s gay community for 25 years, and it might just feel like it’s the ‘80s as live DJs pump out oldies and pop hits from the halcyon days of dance music. This club and sports bar mixes drinks such as the Trunks Cooler, a tropical blend of Svedka vodka, Malibu, and juice, to get the crowd ready for the nightly DJ sets. On Mondays and Tuesdays, music from the ‘70s and ‘80s echoes throughout the bar. On Thursdays, DJ Draven takes requests and guests can “Spin the Wheel” to win hot shot specials. And weekends belong to DJ Bobby Spins and DJ Carlos, who understand that a fun night entails great tunes from the days before MacBooks learned to write music criticism.
8809 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood,
CA
US
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
8433 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood,
CA
US
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.
9200 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood,
CA
US

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