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A modern take on L.A.'s legendary Pink’s Hot Dogs, Wurstkuche serves up exotic gourmet sausages featuring ingredients such as rabbit and rattlesnake. Top it off with one of their 24 imported 'biers' on tap.
Cinespia Cemetery Screenings
As the sun goes down, head to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and watch classics like 'Pulp Fiction', 'Princess Bride', and 'Badlands' on an outdoor screen.
The Ace Hotel
Built inside the historic United Artists Theater, this brand-new hotel doubles as a music venue and boasts breathtaking Downtown views from their rooftop bar.
Runyon Canyon Park
Hike up this sprawling 160-acre park in the Hollywood Hills to experience the best views as Runyon Canyon towers over the City of Angels.
La Brea Ave.
With tenants like American Rag and Stussy setting up shop, this mid-city design street has transformed into a shopping magnet in the heart of Los Angeles.
The Echo & Echoplex
Music fans flock to this intimate venue tucked away in Echo Park to listen to LA's best up-and-coming indie rock bands.
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From 1923 to 1949, the now famous Hollywood sign originally said "Hollywood Land" instead.