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For fans of HBO's long-running hit series Entourage, the sentimental emotions left behind when the show ended in 2011 run too deeply to be hugged out. For eight seasons and 96 episodes, the story of actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and his eponymous entourage of starstruck lackies gave television audiences a crew of shameless friends to spend a half-hour with as they explored the glamorous world of Hollywood parties and politics. But fans of the seminal series have reason to rejoice with the Entourage Tour, where devotees follow the footprints of their favorite characters to over 50 locations used in the actual show.
Tagging along with tour guides who were actors, entouragers find themselves passing familiar locations such as Ari Gold's agency and the theaters where Aquaman and Gatsby premiered. The tour takes several 15- to 30-minute stops at the gang's hangouts, including Urth Caffe, where fans can enjoy organic brews and food while keeping an eye out for regular patrons such as Katy Perry and Natalie Portman. The tour also makes stops at Beso, a restaurant owned by Eva Longoria and celebrity chef Todd English, and Fat Sal's, the deli part-owned by Entourage star Jerry Ferrara—both good spots for celebrity sightings and photo-ops. Another highlight of the tour is a trip to the Roosevelt Hotel, a common spot for the Entourage boys where Vince got in that big scuffle with Eminem. The historic hotel also features four bars where tourists are welcome to grab a drink, and it tends to attract celebrity party animals such as David Beckham and Miley Cyrus.