Posts Tagged ‘jazz’
After your Los Angeles Tour…
Gower Gulch continues to get hip and happening (OK, Denny’s Diner might not really be considered hip) and a notable place to check out is the Hollywood Studio Bar & Grill. A great menu to select your meal from but equally important is the musical and comedy entertainment. Jazz, open mic singing, cabaret specials — this is a grand place for the kind of music that used to be found throughout Hollywood in other times. But they also host comedy and beginning tonight you can drop into see Zach Sherwin (aka MC Mr. Napkins) in “The Big Show” and just laugh your troubles away.
Our younger private Los Angeles tour guests have been going on and on about Mr. Sherwin while our music loving friends have been telling us about Hollywood Studio Bar & Grill. Well now that they have come together we decided to let you all in on two treats in one. Tuesday nights. 8:00 p.m. And, just to get you smiling today, here is a short rap about a bee by Zach Sherwin.
All that jazz and all that wine! What could be more fun when looking for something to do on a warm Tuesday summer evening in Los Angeles? Head over to the Hollywood Highland Center and find a place in the courtyard to experience fine jazz music (different every week, check the schedule) and wine and all the fun food and shopping you can hope for in an evening.
Luxury tour guests on a private custom tour with Elite Adventure Tours take note: we can time your tour to enjoy some jazz music, drink some wine, grab some fantastic photographs on a cool (in a jazz way) late afternoon and into the evening excursion of Los Angeles and Hollywood.
As tour guides we have to know not only where things are and what things are but when things are. Things to do in Los Angeles is always a topic of discussion on our private luxury tours of Hollywood and Beverly Hills. Where can we see a celebrity is another regular question.
A favorite suggestion of ours as we drive along Vine Street in Hollywood is to point out the Lexington Social House where on Wednesday evenings Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra play. Fine dining and good music — what better way to end a day of touring adventure in Los Angeles.