There’s no doubt about it, Los Angeles is a city for the foodies. Whether you are a self proclaimed foodie, have actual experience, or just like taking instagram photos of food, this city has something for you. From specialty desserts to feeling as though you’ve stepped back in time at the electric owl brunch, there’s something for you. Read on for some food in Hollywood that you need to try during your stay.
If you like donuts, look no further than Voodoo Doughnut. This imaginative doughnut store takes this traditional breakfast item to the next level. The classic option is the Voodoo Doll, a regular donut with chocolate icing and raspberry filling inside. The outside is decorated like a classic voodoo doll. Other options include the Oh Captain, My Captain, a classic doughnut with vanilla frosting and topped with Captain Crunch; the Chuckles Doughnut with chocolate frosting, dipped in mocha powder and topped with peanuts and chocolate and caramel drizzle; and the Bacon Maple Bar, a doughnut with maple frosting and bacon on top!
For all fans of Tim Burton, the Beetle House LA is inspired by the magical world of Tim Burton. From Willy Wonka to Edward Scissorhands themed decorations at the bar to movie inspired menu option at the restaurant as well, you’re sure to be impressed. Try the Sweeney Beef, a flat iron steak served with whipped potatoes and more. During your meal, you can also enjoy the show that is being performed on stage.
Barton G. is a luxurious restaurant featuring a quirky menu with items such as lobster pop-tarts and the famous Marie Antoinette Cotton Candy Head, also known as the “Let them eat cake” dessert. The whole concoction features a towering cotton candy pompadour, good enough for royalty to wear, classic candies and a bananas foster shake.