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Dining in Hollywood is kind of a mixed bag. Mel’s Drive-In is themed perfectly, but there is really nothing on the menu besides typically counter-service hamburgers and fries, which is exactly what should be served there. Beverly Hills Boulangerie has a lot of options from breakfast to dinner but seems to get passed up often despite being the first restaurant as you enter the park. Cafe La Bamba has gorgeous interior space, but is rarely open and Schwab’s Pharmacy is only satisfying to those with a sweet tooth.
This 50’s themed Hollywood restaurant has exactly what you’d expect – burgers, fries, chicken fingers, onion rings and milk shakes, but what the menu lacks in diversity it makes up for in theming.
Beverly Hills Boulangerie
The finest stars head to this restaurant to eat health-consciously from a variety of menu options throughout the day including breakfast croissants, sandwiches, soups, salads, pastries and more.
If you have a sweet tooth and it’s a hot day then head to Schwab’s Pharmacy for ice cream sundaes, milk shakes, malts, banana splits and floats.
Café La Bamba
Café La Bamba is based off of the legendary Hollywood Hotel and features different southwestern dishes like ribs, chicken, burritos, tacos and salads.
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