Hard Rock Cafe
6801 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Burgers, American, Hot Dogs
Price Range : Above Average
Good For Groups: Yes
No coupons available
Great atmosphere with TVs everywhere playing music videos, memorabilia all over the walls and great lighting. I had the southwest chicken flatbread and it was one of the best meals I've had in a long long time.
08/01/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Eat Your Heart Out!
Guests can enjoy fresh, high-quality items from Hard Rock’s scratch-based menu, including the favorite Legendary Experience menu, featuring a selection of 10-ounce Certified Angus Beef Legendary Burgers. Hard Rock’s Local Legendary, the Hollywoodland Burger, an item created exclusively for the new cafe, is a 10-ounce choice burger, topped with roasted shallots and melted brie, layered on a warm potato bun with a rich tarragon aioli, crisp lettuce and sliced tomato served with garlic and white truffle French fries. Another mouth-watering menu addition unique to the Hollywood Boulevard cafe is the Gourmet Pizza selection with Neapolitan-style crust, using only the freshest ingredients and a tantalizing melding of flavors.
New Look ~ New Vibe ~ New Memorabilia Technology
In the latest example of Hard Rock’s concept-driven design evolution, the Hollywood Boulevard cafe was developed to integrate technology, creating a new look and vibe that will rock Hollywood. Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood on Hollywood Boulevard showcases new and unique interactive experiences for guests – from an 18’ x 4’ Rock Wall™, to touch screens in booths throughout the cafe, to Microsoft Surface™, each featuring innovative multi-touch technology that enables fans to explore the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia collection and virtually tour all of Hard Rock’s venues worldwide.
In addition to the cutting-edge multimedia memorabilia experience, hundreds of items from Hard Rock’s iconic collection adorn the walls of Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood on Hollywood Boulevard, including items from many of the world’s most beloved and recognizable musicians, as well as contemporary artists with local ties. Key memorabilia items are now on display, from Jimi Hendrix’s purple crushed velvet hat; to Janis Joplin’s love letter to then boyfriend Peter LeBlanc; Jim Morrison’s leather pants and handwritten lyrics to “L.A. Woman”; to Katy Perry’s sparkly dress and Fergie’s tour outfit worn while on tour with the Black Eyed Peas.