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Sample of our resident handbook that each new tenant recieves (in hard copy) upon move-in at the 990 Palm Apartments, West Hollywood.
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  • 1.West Hollywood, CaliforniaRESIDENT HANDBOOK& WELCOME PACKAGE
  • 2. WELCOME to your new home at 990 Palm Avenue in WestHollywood, a vibrant, hip and exciting city in the heart of the LosAngeles area. On behalf of your landlord and managementcompany, we hope you will enjoy all of the perks and amenitiesoffered in this building and within this resident handbook. Wehave taken great strides to ensure that your home is one of thecoolest, hippest places to live in West Hollywood.Please take a moment to look through this handbook because ithas a lot of important and useful information as well as someexciting offers that we know you will find beneficial and that webelieve to be unmatched by any other building in the city.Again, welcome to our building and enjoy your time with us butmost of all we are delighted to have you as part of our community.
  • 3. WELCOME TO YOUR NEW HOME!Your new address is: 990 N. Palm Ave. #_____ West Hollywood, Ca 90069Your monthly Rent is $___________________ (Which is due on the 1st)Some Helpful Numbers:On-Site Manager: (682) 556-6394Property Management Co.: (888) 773-7573Time Warner Cable: (888) 409-2842AT&T (phone):(800) 750-2355Southern California Edison (electric): (800) 990-7788The Gas Company (gas): (800) 427-2200WeHo City Parking Permits: (323) 848-6308
  • 4. TABLE OF CONTENTSResident ID Card, Discounts, Exclusive Offers, & Concierge Services………………….……………………….. PageFront LeafBiographies of your on-site manager, your property management company, and your landlord…………… Page 1Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)………………………………………………………………………………….... Page 4Important Phone Numbers & Contacts…………………………………………………………………………………. Page6Los Angeles Area Activities & Places of Interest…………………………………………………………………….. Page7“Spend the Day in West Hollywood”…………………………………………………………………………………... Page 8Restaurant Guide………………………………………………………………………………………………………....... Page9Restaurant Map……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Page13Nightclub Guide…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..… Page14Nightclub Map………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Page16Local Attractions: Art Galleries & Theaters……………………………………………………………………… Page17 Health, Beauty, & Spas……………………………………………………………………….. Page19 Laundry & Dry Cleaning……………………………………………………………………... Page20 Gyms and Fitness Centers ……………………………………………………………….… Page21 Parks & Recreation…………………………………………………………………………....Page22 West Hollywood Library……………………………………………………………………… Page26Transportation Guide……………………………………………………………………………………………............... Page27City of West Hollywood Information……………………………………………………………………………………. Page 33Take-out & Delivery Menus, Coupons & Other Flyers…………………………………………………………….… PageBack Leaf
  • 5. COUPONS, PASSES & EXCLUSIVE OFFERS As a resident of 990 Palm, we are delighted to provide you with the following exclusivebenefits and offers available when you present your RESIDENT ID CARD:A) Enjoy a free cup of fresh brewed coffee with purchase of a breakfast sandwich at Dialog Café located at 8766 Holloway (at the top of the hill on Palm) when you present your Resident ID CardB) Receive a 10% discount on all purchases at Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf located at 8735 Santa Monica Blvd when you present your Resident ID CardC) Treat yourself to a 5% discount at the Santa Palm Car Wash every time you present your Resident ID CardD) Clean your apartment for a special $50 rate (includes laundry) by Lucy’s Housekeeping (323) 271-8451E) JB French Dry Cleaners 805 Palm Ave (310) 652-4343 will issue a 3% discount on all services upon presentation of your Resident ID CardF) Get 5% OFF all purchases at Pi on Sunset located at 8828 W Sunset BlvdG) When you dine in at Dukes Café, located at 8909 W Sunset Blvd ,present your Resident ID Card and receive 10% OFF all food purchasesH) Mondays & Tuesdays ONLY, Buy 1 Get 1 FREE offer at Frankie & Johnies NY Pizza located at 8947 Sunset BlvdI) Peets Coffee & Tea located at 8833 Sunset Blvd will give you 1 FREE cup brewed coffee with purchase of 1lb coffee beansJ) Special hotel rates for 990 Palm resident’s friends and family at the Ramada (special rate of $139/night) and at the Chamberlain (10% off lowest available rate plus free internet & discounted valet parking) (Restrictions apply. See separate sheet for details, terms & conditions)K) Receive limited VIP access and FREE Entry to Cherry Pop at The Factory (some restrictions apply)L) Apply for your exclusive “Preferred Friends Card” to receive and use redeemable points at any SBE location (The Abbey, The Colony, Crimson, Hyde, XIV, The Bazaar, SLS Hotels, etc.)M) ** Changes, additions & deletions of offers are subject to change without notice
  • 6. HOTEL SPECIAL OFFERS As a resident of 990 Palm, the following hotels are offering specials for your friends & familyRAMADA PLAZA HOTEL SUITES WEST HOLLYWOOD 8585 Santa Monica Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069 Check in: After 3:00 PM Check out: Before 12:00 PM Phone: 1-310-652-6400 Fax: 1-310-652-21351) OFFER:- $139/night “neighbor rate”2) TERMS & CONDITIONS: - Some restrictions may apply. Call for more informationTHE CHAMBERLAIN WEST HOLLYWOOD 1000 Westmount Drive West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310.657.7400 Fax: 310.854.6744 Reservations: 800.201.9652 or 310.657.7400 Group Reservations: 800.201.8830 Promo Code = “990 Palm”1) OFFER:- 10% off the lowest advertised rates, based on availability- Complimentary internet- $10 discount on valet parking2) TERMS & CONDITIONS: - Offer not good with any other offers (such as AAA discounted rates or other special promotional rates) - All reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card & there is a 24-hour cancellation policy - All rooms are non-smoking - Pets 25lbs or less accepted with $125 non-refundable fee
  • 7. 990 PALM - CONCEIRGE SERVICES As a resident of 990 Palm, the following services and amenities are available to all ResidentsA) Vending Machine:There is a vending machine located in the front lobby under the staircase stocked with many popular snacks and beverages and also convenient toiletries and supplies.A) Bike-sharing: Two multiple-speed hybrid bicycles are available for use by all residents for FREE. Inquire with the on-site Manager for details and to sign out the bikes.B) Netflix Movies & Games: Up to Five (5) movies or games are available each month for FREE through the building’s Netflix account. Inquire with the On-site Manager for details and information of available movies and games or to request movies of games for the next month.C) Dry-Cleaning Pickup & Drop-off: FREE Drop off your dry-cleaning at the manager’s unit by 9AM every Monday and then pick- up your dry-cleaning any time after 5PM every Thursday. Bags provided . See On-site Manager for details and pricing information.D) Common Area Wi-Fi:There is FREE high-speed Wi-Fi available in the front patio common area. Inquire with the On-site Manager for log-in information and further details.E) Games & Playing Cards:Having friends over and need something to do? Why not play games! 990 Palm provides a selection of popular and fun games and playing cards for FREE and available for sign-out with the On-site Manager. Please inquire during posted manager hours.F) Shipping Supplies & Services: The On-site Manager will sign for and accept packages on your behalf and notify you of any packages or deliveries received . Also, the On-site Manager has a supply of FREE shipping boxes, tape and shipping forms for FedEX, UPS, and USPS (limited supplies and quantities at any given time) and the On-site Manager will facilitate some shipping needs (e.g. take your packages to a FedEx drop-off station) to the extent possible. For more information, please see the On-site Manager during posted office hours.
  • 8. Hello! I’m Daniel Newberg, the Residence Manager.First, I would like to welcome you to the 990 Palm Avenue apartments! I am here to make sure you receive the best customerservice possible. Second, I am available for emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. And third, I am also here to make sureyour move-in process goes as smoothly as possible and that you are completely satisfied with your new home.As a new resident, you will have some awesome amenities that you cannot get elsewhere. Some of the exciting perks of living at990 Palm Ave are provided in this move-in book. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for more exciting offersand means to stay in touch. I will be posting contests, newsletters, resident events, game nights, social gatherings as well asusing social media to keep you updated with what’s going on here in the building and locally in WeHo.If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to give me a call at (682) 556-6394. Welcome to the 990 Palm Avenue communityand, more importantly, WELCOME [email protected]/990PalmAveSincerely,Daniel NewbergResidence ManagerFirst Light Property Management, Inc Page 1
  • 9. Welcome to the 990 Palm Apartments!At First Light Property Management (FLPM) our mission is to make sure we make our resident’s lives easier. That means we offer easy onlineways to submit payments and maintenance requests as well as to access to our team of property managers seven days a week. Our team hascombined more than thirty years experience of leasing and customer service to ensure that the place that you call home truly is…home!FLPM’s number one goal is to build connected communities. “Like” us and “Follow” us on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about what’shappening in your own backyard! Our social media team is dedicated to making sure our residents are up to date with the latest informationabout their neighborhood including deals on local eateries, events, and more.Welcome to the 990 Palm Apartment Community and, more importantly, WELCOME [email protected]/990PalmAveSincerely,The First Light TeamPage 2
  • 10. Combined Properties, Incorporated (CPI), the owner of 990 Palm Avenue, is a commercial real estate companyspecializing in the acquisition, development, redevelopment and value enhancement of open air retail centers, mixed-use projects, and multifamily assets.While we remain primarily a retail and mixed-use developer, our motivation to develop and own residential projects inurban and infill locations is lifestyle and opportunity driven. We know that differentiation is key to the success of ourproperties - satisfying the different desires and outlooks of various demographic groups. Good location and greatdesign matter for all age groups, however, unit space needs, green emphasis, amenities, closeness to retail andrestaurants, and creating a sense of community can be valued far differently between the various generations. Weclosely monitor trends and assess them as they relate to the targeted demographics for each project.We believe that our expertise and unique style gives us the edge in providing these valuable benefits to our residentialproperties.Known for our unconventional approach, CPI adds excitement to every project! Combined Properties is creating theresidence you will proudly call HOME!www.combined.biz Page 3
  • 11. New Resident FAQ’sQ: How do I obtain a residential parking permit and what do I need to bring?A: Parking permits are available at the Permit Parking Office located on the 1st Floor of City Hall 8300 Santa Monica Blvd. Youmay reach the Permit Parking Office at (323) 848-6392 or the 24hr Parking Permit Information Line at (323) 848-6340. In orderto obtain a permit, you must live within the boundaries of a permit parking district and provide proof of residency (such as alease, property tax bill or utility bill) with a current drivers license and vehicle registration information.Q: Im moving soon. How do I get those "no parking" signs for my moving truck?A: These are encroachment permits and can be obtained by visiting the Permit Parking Counter on the 1st Floor of City Hall8300 Santa Monica Boulevard. You must get the permit at least 72 hours in advance of your move and the cost is $10.00. Thesepermits allow you to block-off curb space for convenient moving truck parking. Generally, these permits are good between thehours of 8:00am and 5:00pm. For more information on Permit Parking call (323) 848-6392.Q: Do I need a permit for a garage/yard sale?A: Yes. The City requires that all those conducting garage sales must first get a Garage Sale Permit. Garage Sale Permits areissued at no cost. The permit application itself is only one page (the backside contains all the "dos and donts" you need toknow) and anyone with a valid California Drivers License or California Identification Card showing the West Hollywood addresswhere they live and where the garage sale will take place can get one. Just visit the Planning Counter on the 2nd Floor of CityHall 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard to speak with staff about obtaining your permit.Q: Do I need to come to City Hall to get a one-day guest pass (and is there a limit)?A: Yes. During normal business hours, you can pick up one day permits by visiting the Permit Parking Counter on the 1st Floorof City Hall 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard. The limit is 50 and you must show proof of an address in a permit parking district.Visitor parking permits can be issued up to 10 days in advance. Visitor permits are valid from the day of your event until 12 noonon the following day. When City Hall is closed, the permits can be picked up at the Sheriffs Station located at 780 N. SanVicente Boulevard or at the Kings Road Parking Structure located at 8383 Santa Monica Boulevard at Kings Road.Page 4
  • 12. New Resident FAQ’s cont’dQ: How do I dispose of large trash items (mattress, refrigerator, etc.)?A: A large item will be picked up at no cost to you. Call Athens Services at (888)336-6100 to schedule a pick up. Once an orderis placed, the item will be picked up on your regular trash collection day. Items should be placed at the curb the night beforepickup. If you have more than one or two items to dispose of, you can either self haul the items to the closest landfill, SouthernCalifornia Transfer Company, 1908 Frank St, Santa Monica, CA 310-828-6444 or call Athens Services to arrange for a specialpick up (there is a charge for this service). For more information call Environmental Services at 323-848-6404.Q: Who do I call if no one picked up my trash?A: If your trash was not picked up on the day scheduled, please contact Athens Services at (888) 336-6100 or EnvironmentalServices at (323) 848-6404. Either one will be able to help you.Q: How do I obtain a business license?A: A Business License Officer (323) 848-6475 should be contacted with questions related to licensing since there are moreexceptions than standards when it comes to regulatory licenses.Q: How do I get information regarding the Citys Special Events like Halloween or CSW?A: Your first place of reference should be our Special Events area of the website. Here we provide detailed information includingperformance schedules, maps, parking information, sponsor booths, etc., as the event draws near. In addition, you mayreference our Recreation Programs Brochure published bi-annually and available here at City Hall. Youll find tons of programsand sneak-peeks at some of our more popular City-wide events. If you wish to obtain a hard copy of the Recreation Programsbrochure, call (323) 848-6308. Page 5
  • 13. IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS & CONTACT INFORMATIONOn-Site Manager:Daniel Newberg (682) 556-6394Management Company: First Light Property Management(888) 773-7573Landlord: Combined Palm LLC, c/o Combined Properties, Inc. (310) 205-9616City of West Hollywood:(323) 848-6400AT&T (phone, internet, U-verse): (800) 750-2355Time Warner Cable (cable TV, internet):(888) 892-2253Southern California Edison (electric service): (800) 990-7788The Gas Company (gas service): (800) 427-2200Please refer to the enclosed directory for additional important contacts for goods and services Page 6
  • 14. ACTIVITIES & PLACES OF INTEREST Website: http://www.visitwesthollywood.com/visitor-info/about-the-city/NAME:DISTANCE FROM 990 PALM (miles):Whiskey a Go Go 0.6Museum of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 1.8The Grove / Farmers Market1.9Paley Center for Media2.0Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust 2.0Runyon Canyon Park3.0Petersen Automotive Museum2.3Los Angeles County Museum of Art2.4Hollywood & Highland / Grauman’s Chinese Theater / Kodak Theater2.7La Brea Tar Pits2.7El Capitan Theater / Hollywood Wax Museum / Ripley’s Believe It or Not2.4Beverly Hills / Rodeo Dr2.8Downtown Hollywood3.0Museum of Tolerance 3.0Hollywood Bowl4.0Griffith Park & Observatory 7.9Greek Theater 6.9Hollywood Walk of Fame3.2Capitol Records Tower 3.2Pantages Theatre3.3Mid Wilshire Corridor 3.5West Los Angeles3.5Beverly Crest 4.0CBS Studios 4.0LA Live / Staples Center 10.3Universal City & Theme Park 5.8Los Angeles International Airport – LAX12.5Santa Monica Pier & Third Street Promenade 10.3Venice Beach & Boardwalk 11.2Disney Land35.6Aquarium of the Pacific (Long Beach, CA) 30.5 Page 7
  • 15. THINGS TO DO IN THE WEST HOLLYWOOD AREA………. “Spend the Day in West Hollywood”Why not start the day with a tasty LA Breakfast out? WeHo-style options include local finds such as Dukes Coffee Shop, Hugo’s or MelsDiner, favorite hang-outs for people in the film and music industries. Or visit the Standard Hotel’s Restaurant, with its savvy, Sunset Strip takeon coffee shop fare to satisfy your appetite for trendy spots serving great food.Walk off breakfast in a free walking tour of the Sunset Strip (tours available online at weho.org for free download), a great opportunity to take insome of the famous Los Angeles sights. Or for architectural treat check out the MAK Center at Schindler House on Kings Road, one of thefirst interpretations of early Californian modern architecture by famed architect Rudolph Schindler.After touring, pause to savor a cappuccino at star-studded Sunset Plaza, home to chic, exclusive boutiques and prime people-watching bistros.Next, stroll and shop along The Avenues (Robertson Blvd., Beverly Blvd., and Melrose Avenue). Here, visitors and locals can browse world-class shops for the finest in art, fashion, and design. The Avenues is home to unique shops and world famous names such as John Varvatos,Williams Sonoma Home, and Stella McCartney. Not to be missed is the 1.2 million square-foot Pacific Design Center, visit the outdoor plazawhere you will find free admission to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) West.Spend time on trend-setting Melrose Avenue, where visitors will find cutting-edge fashions. Take an afternoon break and be part of the scene atJerrys Deli, Eds Coffee Shop, or Urth Caffe, three neighborhood-friendly cafes with a celebrity clientele – great locations for spottingHollywood film stars. Or, indulge in an early afternoon drink at the Abbey, one of LA’s hot spots for both gay and straight visitors.Just off Melrose Avenue, find LA’s legendary dinner establishments like Lucques, Cecconis or Robert DeNiro’s Ago.It wouldn’t be West Hollywood without a party! And you’ll find it on the Sunset Strip. Venues range from The Roxy, Whisky a Go-Go, ViperRoom, Key Club, House of Blues and beyond. All hotels on the Sunset Strip feature a bar or cocktail lounge with trendy scenes, especiallySkyBar at Mondrian, Bar 1200 at Sunset Marquis and the RH at the Andaz West Hollywood. Or, just south on Santa Monica Boulevardvisitors will find an array of GLBT clubs, café’s, and coffee houses. The fun never ends at hotspots like Rage, Micky’s, or Fiesta Cantina. Page 8
  • 16. RESTAURANTS(1) AJISAI (Japanese) Fall in love with this authentic Japanese cuisine offers choice sushi rolls by Master Chef Shoei.809 N. Palm AvenueEnjoy a relaxed jazz atmosphere. There is also a secret menu available to regulars thatWest Hollywood, CA 90069include a transcendental house pork ramen. Become a regular for this alone. Fresh chilled orange at thePhone: 310.652.7014 end of your dinner.(2) AMBROSIA (Delicatessen) Charming café with excellent custom-blended smoothies, sandwiches and salads. This tiny shop9107 W Sunset Boulevard is located at a convenient location on the Sunset Strip. Very popular with the lunch/brunch crowd.West Hollywood, CA 90069Phone: 310.247.1112(3) ARI YA SUSHI (Japanese)For more than half of the 20 years that Chef/Owner Thomas Kim has been in the biz, he has8730 Santa Monica Boulevardfocused solely on sushi. Today, his recently acquired haunt, Ari-Ya, has all the makings of aWest Hollywood, CA 90069 dream restaurant: impeccable fare, loyal clientele and a casual setting that allows the food toPhone: (310) 854.6212 take center stage. But this busboy-become-chef hasn’t forgotten his roots. His skills arehttp://www.ari-ya.com/something he constantly strives to hone. Although Kim took over the eatery from culinary legendMurakami Todashi less than a year ago, he kept the same menu that won Ari-Ya the limelight.“He’s a master chef who I respect. I respect his recipes, his presentation and his quality,” saysKim.(4) BASIX CAFÉ (California) A West Hollywood tradition for over 12 years, Basix Cafe prepares flavor-infused, health-conscious8333 Santa Monica Blvd. cuisine using only the freshest ingredients. Our specialties include fresh-baked breads, pastas, sandwiches,West Hollywood, CA 90069wood-fired pizzas and a breakfast that has become a neighborhood favorite.Phone: (323) 848-2460http://basixcafe.com/ Enjoy the casual atmosphere of our large covered patio overlooking lively Santa Monica Boulevard orrelax at one of our sidewalk tables hidden quietly on tree-covered Flores Street.(5) BITE (American)8807 Santa Monica Blvd. BiTE is a new hangout in West Hollywood. For 19 years, it was Tango Grill, but decided toWest Hollywood, CA 90069undergo a bit of a makeover (its WeHo after all). So, after a little update, it re-opened the doorsPhone: (310.)659.3663 on May 5, 2010. Heres what you can expect: breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, and brunch andhttp://www.biteweho.com dinner on the weekends. Plus Liquid Joy Happy Hour from 3-6 p.m. daily. Great food, great service, anda great attitude. Youll leave feeling comfortable and full. Youre sure to find something delicious, maybeeven something new to tempt your taste buds. BiTE offers many gluten-free options (including pasta anddesserts) and will be working on offering even more!Page 9
  • 17. RESTAURANTS cont’d(6)BOXWOOD CAFE BY GORDON RAMSAY (Bistro) 1020 N. San Vicente Blvd Boxwood Café is a casual alternative to Chef Ramsay’s Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant, West Hollywood, CA 90069 featuring a bistro-style ambiance and menu, along with a beverage list focusing on California Phone: 310-358-7788vintages and microbrews. Enjoy a sunny, social dining experience filled with flavor. A la carte [email protected] breakfast along with a unique Boxwood Breakfast Table buffet served daily, as well as delicious www.thelondonwesthollywood.com/gordon_ramsay all-day dining, traditional afternoon tea and weekend brunch.Breakfast: Monday through Friday 6:30 – 11:00 am / Saturday & Sunday 7:00 – 11:00 amAll-Day Dining: Daily 11:00 am – 10:30 pm; Weekend Brunch: Sat & Sun 11:30 am – 3:00 pm(7)CAFE DETOILE (French) 8941 1/2 Santa Monica BoulevardThe food is fresh and made-to-order at this popular restaurant praised by locals for its West Hollywood, CA 90069 cosmopolitan atmosphere, courteous service and diverse menu that includes Seafood St. Phone: 310.278.1011Jacques, lamb and Pasta Pomodoro. A fine place to spend your afternoon in Boys Town. http://www.cafedetoile.net/(8)CHAMPAGNE FRENCH BAKERY CAFÉ (French) 8917 Santa Monica BoulevardAuthentic French fare in a casual atmosphere since 1987. Array of quality French dishes and West Hollywood, CA 90069 baked goods for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert! Weather you want a good hardy sandwich Phone: 310.657.4051or you have a sweet tooth, this place has it all. Youll definitely eat here again! Great place to Fax: 310.657.4054read a newspaper and people watch. http://www.champagnebakery.com/(9)FIESTA CANTINA (Mexican – Tex/Mex) 8865 Santa Monica BoulevardFiesta Cantina: a tropical setting of palm-thatched roofs and tiki umbrellas serves up affordable West Hollywood, CA 90069 drinks and food to a predominantly gay clientele. The Cantina, located between Mickys and Phone: 310.652.8865Rage, has an outdoor patio and roof-top bar (available for parties). They serve food such as Fax: 310.659.8801margarita-friendly tacos and nachos. All drinks are two-for-one during happy hour: 4pm-8pmevery day and 10:30pm-12:30am Mon-Fri.(10) FRESH CORN GRILL (Italian) 8714 Santa Monica Blvd Fresh Corn grill serves soup, salad, sandwiches, pasta, pizza and more! Serving Lunch and West Hollywood, CA 90069 Dinner. Mon-Fri 11am-9pm and Saturday 11:30am-9pm Phone: 310 855 9592 Fax: 310 855 9604 http://www.freshcorngrill.com Page 10
  • 18. RESTAURANTS cont’d(11) FRESH EAST (Pan-Asian) 8951 Santa Monica Blvd #G-1 Ravine LalHiranand, a recent transplant from Hong Kong, opened Fresh East on Santa Monica West Hollywood, CA 90069Blvd. at Robertson. The fast casual fare here, as designed by chef Jonathan Schwichtenberg, Phone: (310) 859-9989 comes in Pan-Asian dishes leaning to the healthier side of the spectrum, with a mix of salads, http://www.fresheast.comrice bowls, wraps, and specialties that look to India, Thailand, China, Korea, and Japan, and corners in between, for their inspiration. The produce and meat are 100% organic and sustainable, the chicken is Jidori, and the plates and cups biodegrade naturally. Think of it as a more worldly mate of new Bibigo Hot Stone, with personal ambition and spirit in place of corporate planning for a national dynasty. Heres a place where you can find both larb and yakitori, green coconut water curry and tandoori shrimp, avocado smoothies and goji berry lassi, bulgogi and rogangosht together, and it all might even be good for you.(12) GREENWICH VILLAGE PIZZARIA (Italian) 8937 Santa Monica Boulevard Since 1981, Greenwich Village has been pleasing West Hollywood residents and visitors alike. West Hollywood, CA 90069Perfect for a bite after a night of clubbing or a great lunch or dinner, Greenwich boasts an Phone: 310.278.2003 impressive reputation in the community. Its customers have named it the “friendliest place”for Fax: 310.271.7987 New York- style pizza. Open 7 days a week from 10:00 AM to 3:00 AM.(13) HAMBURGER HAVEN (Burgers) The Hamburger Haven is a great old-fashioned hamburger stand on the corner of Robertson and 8954 Santa Monica BlvdSMB in West Hollywood. West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: (310) 659-8796(14) PALM RESTAURANT (American/Italian Fusion) 9001 Santa Monica Boulevard There is no better place to see and be seen in Los Angeles than the Palm. The Los Angeles West Hollywood, CA 90069Palm has been a staple with celebrities since it opened in 1975, when the Palm only had three Phone: 310.550.8811 other restaurants. Today the likes of Mike Myers and Adam Sandler grace the walls as well as Fax: 310.278.5334 the tables of the Los Angeles Palm while their established colleagues like Billy Crystal and Brian Dennehy are content doing the same, as they have been for years. Page 11
  • 19. RESTAURANTS cont’d(15) ROUNDS BURGERS (Burgers) 8871 Santa Monica Blvd Founded in 2011 by brothers George and CharbelGhaby, Rounds Premium Burgers is a fun, new West Hollywood, CA 90069 twist on the classic American burger stand, offering a flavorful selection of classic fare, recreated Phone: 310.855.1004to be uniquely Rounds. Rounds Premium Burgers offers something for every taste- whether meal www.roundsburgers.comlover or vegan, health nut or not, your round awaits! Simply put, exceptional quality at anaffordable price.(16) MILLIONS OF MILKSHAKES (Ice Cream) 8910 Santa Monica Blvd 3 frozen flavors: Ice cream, Yogurt, and Soy and 100 ingredients. There are more than 75 million West Hollywood, CA 90069 possible milkshake combinations that you can make! With the grooviest milkshakes in the world Phone: 310.652.1118the late night milkshake bar freshly makes your custom shakes with creamy ice cream www.millionsofmilkshakes.com and your favorite chocolates, fruit and toppings. They make it your way. Mix and match, youcould have a different shake every time you visit. Or enjoy a shake named after your favoriteceleb like the Britney shake, Paris shake or Lindsay shake. Open until 2am(17) O! BURGER (Burgers) 8593 Santa Monica Blvd O!burger aims to revolutionize L.A.’s fast food marketplace by offering a quick, tasty and healthy West Hollywood, CA 90069 alternative for Angelenos on the go. From grass fed beef to free range turkey to hot dogs, salads Phone: 310.854.0234and French fries, the menu at O!burger offers the tastiest and healthiest options available to http://www.oburger.net hungry locals. And that’s because every ingredient is 100% certified organic. Page 12
  • 20. RESTAURANTS MAP24617 10 351915812716 11 1314 Page 13
  • 21. NIGHTCLUBS(A) THE ABBEY David Cooley is the master at the art of work and play. Over the past 15+ years, his creation, The692 Robertson Blvd. Abbey Food and Bar, has grown from a small, West Hollywood coffeehouse to one of the mostWest Hollywood, CA 90069popular hotspots in the country. Locals, tourists and celebrities alike all flock to The Abbey for itsPhone: (310) 289 8410 famous Martini as well as its stunning, open-air ambiance and truly relaxed elegance.(B) FACTORY652 N La Peer Drive The Factory in West Hollywood formerly run as the Love Lounge and Girl Bar, has beenWest Hollywood, CA 90069revamped to the tune of $2 million. Gay & Straight clientele. The Factory was built in 1929 as thePhone: 310.659.4551Mitchell Camera Company owned by movie studio mogul William Fox. Retooled during Worldwww.factorynightclub.comWar II as the Norden bomb site factory, the space regained its Hollywood connection in 1968when Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack opened the site as a private club called The Factory. A richheritage, spectacular renovation and ideal location make The Factory standout as the place foryour next event.(C) FUBAR7994 Santa Monica Blvd. Fubar - Los Angeless best gay bar in the heart of Boys Town ... what is FUBAR? Only theWest Hollywood, CA 90069hottest bar with the hottest dancers and the hottest bartenders in all of West Hollywood(D) HERE LOUNGE696 Robertson Blvd.Located in the plush WeHo (West Hollywood) precinct of L.A, Here Lounge has made its markWest Hollywood, CA 90069on the clubbing map and is here to stay. It plays host to some hip gay and lesbian theme partiesPhone: (310) 360-8455 like PantyRaid, The Sassy Show and others. The L-Shaped lounge gets packed as the nightprogresses and later the crowds move onto the open air patio which offers sprawling views of theCity of Angels.(E) ELEVEN NIGHTCLUB8811 Santa Monica Blvd. Eleven Restaurant and Nightclub’s owner, Richard Grossi - also the restaurant’s designer, setWest Hollywood, CA 90069out to bring the original design of the building back to life while maintaining its rich history andheritage. Grossi hopes to continue to add to the mystique and recognition of 8811 Santa MonicaBoulevard with this one-of-a-kind fine dining and entertainment establishment.(F) HOUSE OF BLUES8430 Sunset Blvd. The House of Blues grew out of founder Isaac Tigretts love for the unique American art formWest Hollywood, CA 90069known as the "the Blues". Weaned on this music during his early childhood in Tennessee, one ofPhone: (323) 848–5100 Isaacs goals was to introduce the world to the music of the rural south, including the Blues,Rhythm and Blues, Gospel, Jazz and Roots-based Rock & Roll.Page 14
  • 22. NIGHTCLUBS(G) MICKYS8857 Santa Monica BlvdDrink triple. Dance double. Act single. The lights are back on in WeHo. The popular gay barWest Hollywood, CA 90069Mickys has reopened! Celebrate LA pride. Now with a bigger bar, top DJs, and new chef andPhone: 310.657.1176 restaurant menu. Mickys is open daily for lunch, dinner and nightlife, plus now offers a weekendwww.mickys.combrunch!(H) MOTHER LODE8944 Santa Monica Blvd. The Scene – Just around the corner from WeHos hottest clubs, Mother Lode is the antidote toWest Hollywood, CA 90069the trendier side of L.A.s gay scene. A true dive, what it lacks in glamour it compensates withPhone: (310) 659-9700 cheap drinks and a no-nonsense attitude. The space is multilevel, with two bars, a pool table andthe only pinball machines on the boulevard.(I) RAGE8911 Santa Monica BlvdOne of the loudest bars in all of WeHo, with a young, hip crowd, Rage has an atmosphereWest Hollywood, CA 90069renowned for raucous dancing. Situated right on the Boulevard, Rage offers some nicePhone: (310)652.7055diversions from the streets other offerings, with music bumping late into the night.http://www.ragewesthollywood.com(J) REVOLVER8851 Santa Monica Blvd. The gay video bar from the 80s is back with a campy, fun vibe and themed events that includeWest Hollywood, CA 90069hosts like Jai Rodriguez and Courtney Act.Phone: (310) 694-0430(K) THE ROXY9009 Sunset Blvd. The Roxy Theatre (often just The Roxy) is a famous nightclub, on the Sunset Strip, in WestWest Hollywood, CA 90069Hollywood, California. The Roxy is owned by Lou Adler and Adlers son(L) VIPER ROOM8552 Sunset Blvd. The Viper Room is a nightclub located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, California. ItWest Hollywood, CA 90069was opened in 1993 and was partly owned by actor Johnny Depp until 2004.Phone: (310) 358-1881Page 15
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  • 24. ART GALERIES & THEATERS(A) M+B612 North Almont DriveM+B opened in West Hollywood in Summer 2004, and is dedicated to showing contemporaryWest Hollywood, CA 90069and 20th century photography by established and emerging artists.Phone: (310) 550 [email protected]://www.mbfala.com/(B) MACHA THEATRE1107 N. Kings Rd. MACHA Theatre Co. (Mujeres [Women] Advancing, Culture, History & Art) is a non-profitWest Hollywood, CA 90069organization under the 501c3, that was formed in 2000 in order to build social, cultural, andPhone: (323)654.0680artistic bridges between the straight an gay communities of various ethnicities and provide thewww.machatheatre.orgLGBTI community a sense of belonging.(C) MANNY SILVERMAN GALLERY619 N. Almont Dr. Manny Silverman, a native of Los Angeles, has been an active participant in the Los Angeles artWest Hollywood, CAscene for over forty years, beginning his career as an assistant at the Ernest Raboff Gallery inPhone: (310)659.8256the early 1960s. During the 1970s, Silverman established a successful art framing business buthis heart remained in dealing. With the encouragement of his good friend Sam Francis,Silverman opened his gallery in 1987 on historic La Cienega Boulevard and relocated to itspresent West Hollywood location in 1993.(D) MAXIMILLIAN GALLERY AT SUNSET MARQUIS200 Alta Loma RoadMaximillian Gallery at Sunset Marquis makes connections between those desiring meaningful,West Hollywood , CA 90069 cutting edge art and emerging, contemporary artists and street artists. Maximillian GalleryPhone: (310) 881.6025 provides sales and art licensing representation for talented fine artists, serving a wide array ofwww.maximilliangallery.comcreative intellectual property owners, including painters, sculptors, photographers, andillustrators, with new artists being added regularly. The gallery also features a collection ofunique art gifts. Gallery hours: Every Day, 1PM – 8PM, and by appointment (Closed Mondays)(E) REGEN PROJECTS633 N. Almont Dr. Beloved art provocateur Stuart Regen died, way before his time, in 1998. The gallery Regen ranWest Hollywood, CAwith his art writer wife, Shaun Caley, carries on. Hidden from plain sight, down an alley in WestPhone: (310).276.5424 Hollywood, lies this important Los Angeles gallery. Page 17
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  • 26. HEALTH, BEAUTY, & SPAALEX ROLDAN SALON, INC.CHOCOLATE SUN IN STYLE NAILS RAISA LASER & SKINCARE1020 San Vicente Boulevard (skin care & tanning) 8619 Santa Monica Blvd.8545 Santa Monica BoulevardWest Hollywood, CA 90069 560 Huntley Dr. West Hollywood, CA 90069 West Hollywood, CA 90069Phone: 310.855.1113West Hollywood, CA 90069Phone: 310 65 SALONPhone: 310.360.6500 Phone: 310.854.1122 www.instyle-nails.comATELIER SALON SHORTY’S BARBER8462 Santa Monica Blvd ELEVATION FITNESS LIDDY HEALTH WORKS 755 N. Fairfax Ave.West Hollywood, CA 90069 (training, Pilates, chiropractic) (full-service gym, holistic therapies: West Hollywood, CAPhone: 323.822.20308535 Santa Monica Boulevard Nutrition, P/T, chiropractic, etc.)Phone: 323.297.0554 West Hollywood, CA 900698535 Santa Monica Blvd.BEAUTY COLLECTIONPhone: 310.657.7878 West Hollywood, CA 90069 SPA AT SUNSET MARQUIS8951 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite B www.elevation-fitness.com(European-style day spa)West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310.659.19591200 Alta Loma RoadPhone: 310.858.8838EVOLVE WELLNESS Fax: 310.659.4769West Hollywood, CAhttp://www.beautycollection.comACUPUNCTURE [email protected]: 310.657.1333 607 N. Huntley Drivehttp://www.liddyhealthworks.comhttp://www.sunsetmarquishotel.comBODY FACTORY (smoothies) West Hollywood, CA 900698591 Santa Monica Blvd Phone: 310.289.1155 THE MASSAGE COMPANYTITE ENDS HAIR SALONWest Hollywood, CA 90069 www.evolvewellness.com1106 N. La Cienega Blvd. 8515 Santa Monica Blvd.www.bodyfactory.comWest Hollywood, CA West Hollywood, CA FACE PLACE (skin caare) Phone: 310.358.1999Phone: 310.652.0919BODY & SOUL WORKOUT8701 Santa Monica [email protected](spin, yoga, private training)8599 West Hollywood, CA 90069NINE ZERO ONE SALONhttp://www.titeendshair.com/Santa Monica Blvd. Phone: 310.855.1150 901 Westbourne Dr.West Hollywood, CA 90069 [email protected] Hollywood, CA 90069 TRUST SALONPhone: 310-659-2211www.faceplacela.com Phone: 310.855.90998968 Santa Monica [email protected] West Hollywood, CA 90069p://www.bodyandsoulworkout.net/GENDARMERIEPhone: 310-859-7447 (hair, skin, body & nails)PLANET NAILS http://www.trusthairsalon.comBURKE WILLIAMS DAY SPA 9069 Nemo Street8730 Santa Monica Blvd8000 Sunset Blvd.West Hollywood, CA 90069West Hollywood, CA 90069West Hollywood, CA Phone: 310.858.9009 Phone: 310.657.0828Phone: [email protected] http://www.thegendarmerie.com Page 19
  • 27. LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANINGTOP HAT CLEANERS8124 Santa Monica Blvd. Free Pick UP and Delivery – “We’re the cheapest in town”.West Hollywood, CA 90069$4.00 per pound for laundry servicesPhone: 323.654.5595 Dry-cleaning: $2 Shirts; $4-$5 BlousesSPARKLING CLEANERS8951 Santa Monica Blvd. Free Pick UP and Delivery.West Hollywood, CA 90069Phone: 310.274.1001DOHENY DRY CLEANERS450 N. Doheny Dr. Pick Up and Delivery. Prices vary.West Hollywood, CA 90069Phone: 310.271.6957JB FRENCH DRY CLEANERS805 Palm AveFamily Owned & Operated since 1945, JB French Dry Cleaners is the Original Cleaners to theWest Hollywood, CA, CA 90069Stars. The best in quality & service, specializing in formal wear and wedding dresses. For PeoplePhone: (310) 652-4343 Who Care! jbfrench.comPage 20
  • 28. GYMS AND FITNESS CENTERS24 HOUR FITNESS6380 West Sunset Blvd. Welcome to our Hollywood club in Hollywood, CA. At our health and fitness center, we believe inHollywood, CA 90028changing lives through fitness. Our state-of-the-art facility has just about every feature you couldPhone: (323) 461 2024wish for in a gym membership. Our Hollywood health club offers a wide range of group exercisewww.24hourfitness.comclasses, personal training and a wealth of other benefits and features. Whether you plan to lose weight, tone-up, or train for a big event, our Hollywood club offers a wide variety of gym memberships which you can buy online or in-club.EQUINOUX8590 Sunset Blvd For over 20 years, Equinox fitness clubs have provided an unparalleled member experience,West Hollywood CA 90069setting new standards from personal training to group fitness to rejuvenating wellnessPhone: (310) 289 1900treatments. The results are extraordinary. Tour the clubs and experience what ESPN calls "thewww.equinox.combest gym in America.CRUNCH8000 Sunset Blvd.Crunch has grown from that one tiny aerobics studio with no air conditioning into a collectionWest Hollywood CA 90069of 31 state-of-the-art gyms in locations such as New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Portland, OrangePhone: (323) 654-4550County, Sacramento, San Diego, Washington DC, Connecticut, New Jersey and the Sanwww.crunch.com Francisco Bay Area (and more to come). It stands as a rapidly growing brand that fuses fitness and entertainment to make working out fun, bringing a host of unique services and products to our active and expanding clientele.Page 21
  • 29. PARKS & RECREATIONhttp://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=773Parks and Facilities The City of West Hollywood has several parks and a swimming pool. West Hollywood and Plummer Park facilities are available for recreational events, community meetings, and sports activities. Kings Road Park is reservable for community events Monday through Saturday on a limited basis. No bookings are accepted for Sundays. All park facilities are open seven days a week, with the exceptions of holidays. Call the park offices for details.ParksKings Road Park Located at 1000 Kings RoadPlummer Park Located at 7377 Santa Monica BoulevardWest Hollywood Park Located at 647 N. San Vicente BoulevardWest Hollywood Pool Located at 647 N. San Vicente BoulevardWest Hollywood Park Tennis Courts Located at 625 N. San Vicente BoulevardWilliam S. Hart Park & Off-Leash Dog Park Located at 8341 De Longpre Avenue - Offleash Dogpark Page 22
  • 30. PARKS & RECREATION cont’dhttp://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=761Recreation Program ScheduleThe City of West Hollywood prides itself on providing community members with an arrayof activities, classes and events to better enhance the uniqueness of living in our greatCity. Provided here is our most recent Recreation Programs Schedule featuring our mostcurrent programs and activities.In addition, you may register for any of these programs, classes or activities bydownloading the registration form [PDF] contained in the brochure, filling it out andreturning it to the address listed.For more information on any of these programs please contact our Recreation Division bycalling (323) 848-6471.Teen Programs- The West Hollywood Youth Leadership Program Do you want to be part of a group the makes a difference in West Hollywood and whose mission is to give teens a voice? Join the CREW! We meet once a month to discuss issues affecting teens and plan excursions, dances, and special events for teens like you in the community. Enjoy the satisfaction of participating in service projects and the benefits of CREW-only activities and events. You must be a Teen Center member to be a part of the CREW. For more information, please call the Teen Center at (323) 848-6532. Ages: 13-18 Cost: FreeHelen Albert Certified Farmers Market Organic and farm fresh fruits and vegetables. Fresh baked breads & pastries, high quality fish, fresh cut flowers & beautiful orchids. Trendy bracelets, hats & colorful sarongs, French Crepes and Mini Pizzas also available. Page 23
  • 31. PARKS & RECREATION cont’d http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=771Parks Route Walking PathThe Citys new 2.5 mile walking path that runs between West Hollywood Park andPlummer Park. Do the round trip and its 5 miles, 10,000 steps!The Parks Route Walking Path is a project of the Citys Well West Hollywood program toimprove health and well being through physical activity, better nutrition, and sound publicpolicy.Page 24
  • 32. PARKS & RECREATION cont’d http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=773West Hollywood Pool- 647 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: (323) 848-6538 Pool Manager: Marisela LabradoPock Parks and Open SpacesFormosa Park Located at 1140 N. Formosa AvenueHavenhurst Park Located at 1351 Havenhurst DriveLaurel Avenue Park (Interim) Located at 1343 Laurel AvenueCommunity Garden Located at 417 Norwich AvenueCommunity Garden 1201 Detroit AvenueSal Guarriello Veterans Memorial Located at Santa Monica Boulevard at Holloway DriveCrescent Heights Triangle and Matthew Sheppard Memorial Located at Crescent Heights at Santa Monica Boulevard Page 25
  • 33. WEST HOLLYWOOD LIBRARY http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=1032625 N. San Vicente Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069(310) 652-5340HOURS:Monday: 11am – 7pmTuesday:11am – 7pmWednesday:11am – 7pmThursday: 11am – 7pmFriday: 10am – 6pmSaturday: 10am – 6pmSunday: CLOSED- Building size: 33,150 sq. ft.- Meeting Room: Capacity 100- Childrens area- Study Room available- Book Drop for returning items accessible 24 hoursPage 26
  • 34. TRANSPORTATIONhttp://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=397Getting to West HollywoodLos Angeles Metro:http://www.metro.net/Metro Local Service Line 4Metro Local Service Line 10Metro Local Service Line 105Metro Limited Stop Service Line 305Metro Express Line 550Metro Rapid Service Line 705Need more info? Try the Metro Trip PlannerLocal Transit & Public Parking:- Cityline/Dayline available to everyone. Free with an MTA bus pass or 25 cents per ride http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=400- West Hollywood Dial-A-Ride: free transportation in the West Hollywood area for residents 60+and disabled of any age. http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=402- Library Garage: 3 hours free parking with validation from library. Enter off San Vicente and turnright.(West Hollywood Library - Municipal Parking Structure 3)- Public Lot: two hours validation from the park office (West Hollywood Library - MunicipalParking Structure 3)Page 27
  • 35. TRANSPORTATION cont’dTransportation Services:Access Services ADA Paratransit http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=398For residents who are looking for other transportation service information.Bus Pass Subsidy http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=399Special pricing for seniors and disabled residents.CityLine/DayLine http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=400Available to everyone! Free with an MTA bus pass or 25 cents per ride. Routeinformation is provided below. Vehicles travel approximately every 40 minutes eachdirection.Commuter Center http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=401 Located at the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce offices, the Commuter Center provides MTA, Rail and DASH bus route maps for residents and visitors.Dial-A-Ride http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=402Free transportation for residents 60+ and disabled of any age.Photo Safety Program http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=405 Frequently asked questions regarding this innovative program.Taxi Coupon Subsidy Program http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=407 A valuable program for the elderly or ill.Taxi Information http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=408Find out about the taxicab franchisees licensed to operate within the City of WestHollywood. Page 28
  • 36. LOS ANGELES METRO TRANSIT http://www.metro.netPage 29
  • 37. METROLINK TRAINS http://metrolinktrains.comPage 30
  • 38. METROLINK TRAINS cont’dPage 31
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  • 40. City of West Hollywood – Services & Information www.weho.org Enclosed are miscellaneous brochures and otherinformation about city services and eventsPage 33
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