Famous Restaurants

The Palm - West Hollywood

Cusine: Steak House

9001 Santa Monica Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90069


In Los Angeles, there is no better place to see and be seen than at The Palm. The Palm in West Hollywood has been a staple with celebrities since it opened in 1975, when The Palm had only three other restaurants. Today, celebrities like Mike Myers and Adam Sandler grace the walls as well as the tables of The Palm in West Hollywood while their established colleagues Billy Crystal and Brian Dennehy are content doing the same, as they have been for years.


Cusine: Asian

1999 N. Sycamore Avenue

Hollywood, CA 90068


Set in a landmark 1914 building on the eastern edge of the Hollywood Hills, Yamashiro is renowned for its views over Los Angeles. But while the vistas are stunning, the spectacular CalAsian cuisine should not be overlooked. The menu is vast, encompassing sushi, sashimi, sushi rolls, soups, salads, steaks, fish, and more.

Spark Woodfire Grill - Studio City

Cusine: Steak House

11801 Ventura Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 91604


In May of 1999, Bill Chait, Danilo Terribili and chef Jeff Sladicka partnered to open this Studio City restaurant specializing in mesquite-grilled meat and seafood. The second floor hosts a sleek black lounge and a dining room framed by wine racks, but the real action is downstairs, in a boisterous dining room with views of the exhibition kitchen. At lunch, expect to find entertainment execs. During the week, Spark draws locals, and on weekends, it’s a dater’s playground. Signature dishes include Roman-style pizzas, grilled Atlantic salmon, and steaks. No matter what you order, save room for the house-baked apple walnut cobbler.


Cusine: Italian

617 S. Olive Street

Los Angeles, CA 90014


With all the grandeur of a Hollywood dream movie from the twenties, Cicada Restaurant and Lounge is the most magnificent venue to host your glorious day, a place where haute couture meets haute cuisine. Voted "Top Decor" in the 2004 Zagat Survey, it truly is the "jewel" of the city. Situated in downtown Los Angeles' Lalique palace, in the famed Art Deco styled Oviatt building, Cicada is a place so fitting for creating your dream wedding day, holiday party, corporate event or romantic evening for two. The spacious room features a mezzanine that overlooks the main floor, the mezzanine bar and lounge and a patio seating in the lobby in front. No where in the city is there a more spectacular setting.

Geisha House

Cusine: Japanese

6633 Hollywood Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90028


Building on the success of Dolce, Lonnie Moore, Mike Malin and Shereen Arazm opened their sprawling Japanese restaurant in November 2003, helping to bring Hollywood Boulevard into the 21st Century while honoring Japan’s past. Geisha House pays tribute to tradition with fully costumed "geishas" who walk the dining room. The restaurant is especially popular with twenty-somethings, who grab dinner before hitting neighborhood bars and clubs.

Dining near San Gabriel Hilton

New Capital Seafood

Distance: 0.1 mile

Cusine: Dim Sum / Cantonese

140 W Valley Blvd

Fl/4 #D

San Gabriel, CA 91776


Shanghai Restaurant

Distance: 0.1 mile

Cusine: Shanghainese

140 W Valley Blvd


San Gabriel, CA 91776


Gourmet Vegetarian Restaurant

Distance: 0.1 mile

Cusine: Vegetarian

140 W Valley Blvd


San Gabriel, CA 91776


Saigon Flavor

Distance: 0.3 mile

Cusine: Vietnamese

208 E Valley Blvd

# B

San Gabriel, CA 91776


Jin Jian Restaurant

Distance: 0.1 mile

Cusine: Northern Chinese

301 W Valley Blvd

San Gabriel, CA 91776