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Tag Archives: Hollywood Blvd

Juice Bar Update- Visiting (1405)

Huell revisits the family owned juice Juice Fountain, which is threatened by the redevopment of Hollywood Blvd and Vine St. 2006

Ethiopian Food- Visiting (1215)

Huell returns to Little Ethiopia in Los Angeles and samples vegetarian cuisine at Rahel Ethiopian Restaurant and a traditional Ethiopian dinner at Meals By Genet . His food adventure continues with a stop at Casa Diaz, a family-owned restaurant on Hollywood Boulevard. Rahel Ethiopian Cuisine 1047 South Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90019 323-937-8401 Meals  Continue Reading »

Hollywood BLVD- Our Neighborhoods (17)

2005

Thai Town- Visiting (935)

A quick visit to the vibrant Thai community in Thai Town on Hollywood Blvd. where Huell sees some great places to eat, meets Thai Elvis, and even has time for dessert. Palms Thai Restaurant 5273 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027 323-462-5073 Bhan Kanom Thai (House of Thai Desserts) 5271 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA  Continue Reading »

Pig’n Whistle- Visiting (909)

Right next to the old Egyptian Theater on Hollywood Blvd., this classic diner has been restored to its former glory. Huell is joined by the new owner, members from the LA Conservancy, Hollywood Heritage, as well as a few old timers – who remember it from way back when. Hollywood really is making a comeback.  Continue Reading »

Egyptian Theater- Visiting (712)

What a difference three years makes. This great old Hollywood theater is back, and better than ever. The American Cinematheque has restored this theater to a state of the art venue, while saving the historic beauty of Hollywood’s first movie palace.  1999

Things That Come Back- California’s Gold (1005)

At one time Tulare Lake was the largest freshwater lake west of the Great Lakes. In the 1930s farmers choked off the four major rivers that fed the lake and it quickly dried up. Once the home to millions of birds and herds of tuleelk and antelope, the lake bed is now covered in agriculture.  Continue Reading »