Get Your Groove On
If you are a lover of music or just looking for an awesome place to hangout, look no further than the House of Blues.
The House of Blues is a legendary chain of concert halls and restaurants with venues in major US markets. The first House of Blues venue was opened in 1992 by Isaac Tigrett at Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was initially financed by, among others, Aerosmith, Dan Aykroyd, James Belushi, Paul Shaffer, the late River Phoenix, and Harvard University. The original location has since ceased operations but several other venues were established over the years across the United States.
In Los Angeles, there is more than one way to stargaze; and there is no better place to gaze at proverbial and real stars than at the Tropicana Pool Bar.
Located at the famous Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the Tropicana Pool Bar is a gorgeous retreat right in the middle of a bustling city. The bar surrounds the famed David Hackney pool of the hotel. Set amidst verdant shrubs and towering palm trees, the Tropicana Bar features cozy fireplaces, and luxurious VIP seats all situated amongst the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotels’ famous elite cabana rooms.
Los Angeles boasts of hundreds of hot nightclubs and sizzling hot spots, but if you are looking for the ultimate clubbing experience, Avalon is the place to be. Located in the famous corner of Hollywood and Vine, the legendary establishment has been the go-to place for the best in music and entertainment for every decade since it opened in 1927.
Summer is right before us, which means it’s time to hit the beach and work on your tan or, pack your bags and go on vacation.
If you’re looking to cool down or do some fun activities, Los Angeles has no shortage of lovely beaches. For some L.A. natives though, it can get unbearably hot in the summer. That’s why many affluent L.A. residents take to the East Coast to spend summer in the Hamptons, where else? But for some who, for one reason or another, could not just drop everything and take a flight to the Big Apple, they could take their beautiful selves to the Colony.