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The Well

22 personnes du coin recommandent · Prix estimé 2 de 4 ·

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Merav & Niv
Merav & Niv
December 11, 2018
Great food, friendly staff and great happy hour prices
September 30, 2018
Unpretentious, low-key lounge in Hollywood near the Pantages and Palladium and great for after a show. Excellent juke box
July 18, 2017
Great happy hour menu and nice ambiance.
July 06, 2016
Great jukebox! Long happy hours!
June 08, 2016
It's a great hole in the wall. Nice place to have a drink and chat with friends.

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“The Hollywood Palladium is a theater located at 6215 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. It was built in a Streamline Moderne, Art Deco style and includes an 11,200 square foot (1040 m²) dance floor including a mezzanine and a floor level with room for up to 4,000 people. The theater was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.Los Angeles Times publisher Norman Chandler funded the construction of the art deco Hollywood Palladium at a cost of $1.6 million in 1940. It was built where the original Paramount lot once stood by film producer Maurice Cohen and is located between Argyle and El Centro avenues. The dance hall was designed by Gordon Kaufmann, architect of the Greystone Mansion, the Los Angeles Times building and the Santa Anita Racetrack in Arcadia. He was also the architect for the Hoover Dam and early Caltech dorms. The ballroom opened on October 31, 1940[2] with a dance featuring Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra and band vocalist Frank Sinatra. It had six bars serving liquor and two more serving soft drinks and a $1 cover charge and a $3 charge for dinner. During World War II, the Palladium hosted radio broadcasts featuring Betty Grable greeting servicemens' song requests. Big Band acts began losing popularity in the 1950s, causing the Palladium to hold charity balls, political events, auto shows, and rock concerts. In 1961, it became the home of the long-running Lawrence Welk Show. The Hollywood Palladium has been featured in many movies and TV shows over the years: *The Day of the Locust (1975). *Skatetown, U.S.A. (1979). *The final concert scene in The Blues Brothers depicted as "Palace Hotel Ballroom". The exterior was actually the South Shore Country Club in Chicago. (1980). *Richard Pryor performed two dates in December 1981 and was filmed for the theatrical release Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip in March 1982. *Keith Richards released a CD and DVD of his solo concert Live at the Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988. *The punk band Bad Religion recorded Live at the Palladium in 2006, a collection from their two days of performances. *Thrash Metal band Megadeth filmed a live DVD based on the 20th anniversary of their album Rust in Peace at The Palladium. *Luna Sea performed their first American concert at the Palladium on December 4, 2010. It was recorded in 3D and released as both a live album and concert film, Luna Sea 3D in Los Angeles. *In 2016 Dave Chappelle filmed his Netflix special at Palladium. Checkout who's playing there tonight!”
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“Looks like a whole in the wall, but it is really so good. Small place, fast service. Opens at 5pm!”
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6255 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Téléphone+1 323-467-9355
Heures d'ouvertureFermée · Ouvre à 5:00 PM
Cartes de crédit
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Terrasse extérieure
Happy Hour
TouchTunes Jukebox
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