Things to Do in West Hollywood
Want to know where to eat, play, and stay curious in WeHo? Check out our recommendations on local venues, the latest events, and some of our favorite things to do in West Hollywood.
Add a flash picnic to your agenda. Dress in all white. Then head out to meet with thousands of like-minded friends for an evening of eating, drinking and dancing until the stars come out.
Trends start here. This is a cultural destination for high-caliber design, art, fashion, dining, beauty and more. More than 200 global visionaries and creative leaders have chosen the walkable radius of Melrose Avenue, Beverly Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard as their West Coast home.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Thursday - Tuesday
Leave it to the largest museum on the West Coast to offer some of the most dynamic exhibitions. Check out the first U.S. exhibition to spotlight the influence of music and dance on Marc Chagall’s works. Plus, Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s CARNE y ARENA, is a conceptual virtual reality installation that explores the human condition of immigrants and refugees.
Dinner Daily | Brunch Saturday + Sunday
Norah is an American restaurant in the heart of West Hollywood by Chef Mike Williams. The space is airy and lends itself to lingering over local favorites like pork belly, octopus; popcorn cauliflower and uni butter poached shrimp. Don’t miss the cornbread here.
Smith & Tait specializes in handcrafted espresso drinks using the best Ritual beans. Their menu aims to keep it simple with cold brew, drip, espresso, latte, cappuccino, flat white and cortado. They carry limited specialty teas and have a special secret menu for the adventurous.
Rock & Reilly’s is a prohibition-era speakeasy with comfort food, a world-famous selection of whiskey, beer and happy hour specials. Opt for the burgers, chicken skewers and the chopped salad. The ginger whiskey is also a MUST try. If you want to ensure you catch the big game, add Rock & Reilly’s to your agenda.
The Roxy Theatre
Performance Schedule Varies
The Roxy Theatre is a legendary music venue located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. A handful of the world’s most talented musicians—including the Sex Pistols, Billy Idol, Depeche Mode, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Incubus, Maroon 5 and Kings of Leon—kickstarted their careers with an epic performance at the intimate venue.
Celebrity trainer to Emily Blunt and Matt Damon, Jason Walsh started Rise National with the VersaClimber machine that offers a 30-minute intense, zero-impact cardio workout. Results are in the rise, and this cult-favorite workout has been featured in People, Wall Street Journal, CBS This Morning and more.
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