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Catalina Bar & Grill

Catalina Bar & Grill, located on Sunset Boulevard, is a jazz supper club that features the best in live jazz entertainment. Guests select from a menu that includes seafood, steak, lamb, chicken, burgers and pasta. Guests dine while listening to the best in jazz artists, both young as well as established jazz artists.

Dolby Theatre

Dolby Theatre (formerly Kodak Theatre) is the anchor of the Hollywood & Highland Complex. Since the theatre opened in 2001, it has been the venue for the annual Academy Awards Ceremony as well as the location of choice for other high profile Hollywood events such as the American Idol Finale. The theatre was designed by David Rockwell. The Dolby is a main venue for Hollywood events.

Henry Fonda Theatre

Henry Fonda Theatre is a music and live performance venue. Built in the 1920s, the theatre opened as Carter De Haven's Music Box. Later the name was changed to The Henry Fonda Theatre and The Music Box (honoring the Academy Award winning actor, Henry Fonda). The theate is also a popular venue for award ceremonies, film screenings and video shoots.

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood Bowl is the United States' largest natural amphitheatre and a Hollywood landmark, identified by its distinctive band shell. Hollywood Bowl is a concert venue and home to the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

Hollywood Improv

Hollywood Improv is a comedy club on Melrose Avenue. I was the original site for the A&E Network television series An Evening at the Improv (1982-1996). Hollywood Improv is a choice venue to see up and comming comedians. Legends who have performed at the Improv include Milton Berle, Bill Cosby, Joan Rivers, Rodney Dangerfield, Richard Pryor, Jay Leno, Lily Tomlin, George Carlin, Billy Crystal, David Letterman, Drew Carey, Bill Engvall, Jeff Foxworthy and many more.

Hollywood Palladium

The Hollywood Palladium is a theater with an 11,200 square foot dance floor. Built in 1940, it is an historic concert venue that has featured performances by Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Fank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder, and Jay-Z. The Palladium was also the location of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the NBC daytime drama, Days of Our Lives

Pantages Theatre

Pantages Theatre, located at Hollywood and Vine, opened in 1930 and served as a vaudeville venue as well as a movie theatre. It has alserved as the location of the annual Academy Awards Ceremonies (1949-1959). Pantages Theatre also served as the venue of the musical review, Bubbling Brown Sugar, written by Loften Mitchell. Today, Pantages Theatre serves as a choice venue for large Broadway productions such as The Lion King and Wicked.

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