3rd Time's a Charm
A breezy, three block stretch of shopping, dining, and movies, 3rd Street Promenade is the ultimate seaside consumer playground. Attracting tourists and more than the occasional celebrity, The Promenade offers three movie theater multiplexes offering a total of 17 screens, upscale boutiques and nightclubs, intriguing book shops, antique stores, unique memorabilia shops, fast food stands and trendy sidewalk cafés and restaurants like the famous Broadway Deli, plus amusing entertainment from street performers like magicians, mimes, comedians and musicians.
The city with the famous zip code and famous stars, Beverly Hills is where everything fashionista is happening. Here you'll find Rodeo Drive, the most famous shopping street on the planet featuring prestigious stores like Prada, Gucci, Versace, Dior and Cartier; Beverly Drive, home to the flagship stores of national retailers like Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn, The Gap and Banana Republic; Canon Drive, four blocks lined with local boutiques and the titans of luxury retailing: Neiman-Markus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Barney's New York; and Robertson Blvd., the hotbed of hip up-and-comers in all categories.
With its eccentric character and humongous trademark billboards, The Sunset Strip offers a mile and a half of rock clubs, restaurants, boutiques and cutting-edge Hollywood nightspots. The Strip is home to L.A.'s premier comedy clubs, The Laugh Factory and The Comic Store, where stand-up comics such as Jay Leno got their big break; the colossal, 30,000 square feet Virgin Megastore; trendy nightclubs like Union, The Sky Bar and The Viper Room (owned by Johnny Depp); and celebrity restaurants like Le Dome, co-founded by Elton John.
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