Things to Do in West Hollywood

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Frequented by the AG-jeans-and-tank-top-wearing men of West Hollywood and Melrose, this antique-wallpapered, two-room shop is a gift-givers’ dream... Read More

Sun-seeking hotel guests can dip into the plunge pool while waiting for their drinks, or take in the panoramic views, which stretch from the Hollywood... Read More

This West Hollywood antique shop earned its claim-to-fame after salvaging and selling ruined celebrity items (a cracked coffee mug from Barbara... Read More

Don’t be surprised if you can’t find the entry to this wood-paneled hotel bar—it’s 150 feet from the entrance of the exclusive,... Read More

Reclaimed wood floors and walls covered in bright white subway tiles set the tone at this barber shop from men's skin-care brand Baxter of California.... Read More

A favorite of both Oscar-night celebrities and everyday fashionistas, this airy, bi-level boutique specializes in fabulous vintage womenswear.... Read More

L.A.’s modern-design movement has finally reached the masses, and this SoCal store (besides this original location, there’s a branch in Palm... Read More

British transplant Peter Dunham is the go-to expert for celebrities who gravitate toward his clubby English spin on Old Hollywood style. At his West... Read More

This hulking campus of interior design showrooms cuts a striking figure in the neighborhood—it’s been nicknamed the “Blue Whale”... Read More

L.A.’s young and fab make regular pilgrimages to this warren of shops housed beneath a vine-covered roof. Shimmery-blond stay-at-home-moms peruse... Read More

A small bungalow off Melrose Avenue is the just-right setting for this uncommon stationery boutique which houses tidy displays of colorful scented ink... Read More

The unique and the beautiful are openly celebrated at this Melrose Avenue retailer that makes quality dining at home its central focus. Since 2004,... Read More

Sprawling coffeehouse-nightclub. This sprawling club (there are four bars in all) hosts an annual Academy Awards party whose total proceeds are donated... Read More

This tiny cocktail lounge in the Fairfax District is owned by impresario Andy Fiscella and producer Beau Flynn (What’s Your Number?). Mirrors hang... Read More

Since opening in 1957, this renowned live music club has helped launched the careers of some of rock’s most famous names, from Elton John and... Read More

Inside the dark-gray, hulking exterior of this 15,000-square-foot facility lies a European-inspired spa with modern luxuries and style. A water-wall and... Read More

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