Sharing some fun Hollywood Happenings at Hollywood & Highland and other Los Angeles fun spots for the Fall season today.
Are you loving all things fall right now? There are so many great festivals and fun happenings, that it is hard to keep track of them all.
Happenings at Hollywood & Highland
Visitors can make the most of their night of their film fest experience by enjoying discounts at the center’s shopping, dining and entertainment retailers.
All you need to do is show your Screamfest pass to receive the following discounts:
- 20% off at Cabo Wabo Cantina
- 20% off at Dave & Buster’s (alcohol excluded)
- 20% off at Trastevere Ristorante Italiano
- 15% off at Cho Oishi
- 10% off at California Pizza Kitchen
- 10% off at French Crepe Company
Hollywood & Highland’s VIP ACCESS card will grant you access to exclusive savings and complimentary items at eighteen of the center’s popular eateries, shops and entertainment venues.
VIP ACCESS offers include, Dolby Theatre Tour’s $5 off each regular ticket; Jinya Ramen Express’ complimentary two-piece Crispy Chicken Topping upon purchase of any Ramen order; Quay Australia’s 15% off full price sunglasses and accessories; and Cabo Wabo Cantina’s free appetizer with the purchase of two entrees; among many others. To pick up a VIP ACCESS card, please stop by the L.A. Visitors Center on Level 2.
More Spooky Happenings in Los Angeles this Fall
Endless Halloween Spooks (various locations) – L.A. is one of the best cities to celebrate Halloween. Thrilling terrors are available at the following fun locations:
- Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights,
- Warner Bros. Studio’s Horror Made Here and the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride.
For family-friendly fun, check out:
Fashion District Buzzes at City Market South (Downtown L.A.) – Housed in the oldest wholesale produce market in Los Angeles known as City Market, this 75,000 square-foot mixed use complex brings fun, food and shops in the Fashion District. The delicious pan-Latin restaurant DAMA recently joined a list of notable tenants including Rossoblu, City Market Social House and Cognoscenti Coffee. I can’t wait to try their empanadas!
The Fields LA Arrives to Exposition Park (Downtown L.A.) – A new foodie hall steps away from the recently opened Banc of California Stadium where the LFAC plays, has emerged as The Fields LA in Downtown L.A.’s Exposition Park.
This 200-seat food hall features seven trendy eateries from award-winning chefs as well as an outdoor café and event deck. The Fields LA is open to the public on both game days and non-game days.
What fun activities have you found in Los Angeles?