(Slow) Dance The Night Away!

The countdown to the most beloved or hated holiday has begun. In the days leading up to Valentine’s Day, we’re highlighting The Sunset Strip’s many unique offerings.

Looking to return to a simpler time? Maybe one that channeled your grade school romps around the dance floor: shuffling feet, arms hung around shoulders and waists, Boyz II Men or Sinead O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares” blasting. Recapture those first pangs of love at Skybar’s “Slow Dance” Valentine’s Day party.

The party provides a much more attractive view than your school gym, and no need to spike the punch. This dance features complimentary champagne and desserts from 8 -10 p.m.

The party starts at 8 p.m. and goes until 2 a.m., or whenever your parents pick you up.

To RSVP for table reservations, email skybarLA@morganshotelgroup.com

Check out the complete listing of Valentine’s Day events on The Strip.


–C. Kemp

Rainy Days Are Here Again

Longing for sunnier days? Remember this is LA, the land of special effects, so even if it is dreary and pouring outdoors, you can still pretend warm spring days are here.

Trick your tastebuds into believing it’s summer with some fresh cocktails. Stop by RH at Andaz for happy hour and receive complimentary gourmet bar bites with your drink. Channel springtime with a glass of Domaine Fontsainte Rose ($12), or go tropical with the rum-based Carnival featuring Papagayo Organic white rum, white peach juice and fresh raspberries ($13).

Try the Ruby Red Sunset ($14) — Absolut ruby red vodka, St. Germain Elderflower liqueur, fresh grapefruit juice and fresh lime juice — or The Wimbleton, Pimm’s Cup No. 1 ($10.20) — fresh mint, cucumber and fresh lemon and lime juices served on the rocks — at Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood.

Travel to the sunny South of France without leaving Sunset with BLT Steak’s raw bar. Enjoy periwinkles ($9 for half pound), oysters ($20), or the decadent seafood platter featuring oysters, clams, crab claws, shrimp, Taylor Bay scallops, lobster and ceviche ($90). Add a glass of bubbly to the mix for a meal that is beyond magnifique. 

Cactus Lounge at The Standard brings the rugged, sunny desert direct to you. Surrounded by a wrap-around desert mural, sip one of five signature mojitos ($12) and enjoy fresh guacamole with plantain chips ($7) with views of the pool.

Or warm up by cozying up to the fireplace at The Den of Hollywood while enjoying $5 margaritas and martinis from 8 p.m. to close on Tuesdays, and half-priced happy hour from 5-7 p.m. weekdays and 3-7 p.m. weekends.

And when all else fails, laughter really is the best medicine. Chase away those blues with a show at the world famous Comedy Store. Bring two friends and the three of you can score free entry with The Store’s  three-for-free ticket.

VIP Pass Gives Hotel Guests Ultimate Access To Sunset Strip Venues

Looking for a one-stop vacation destination? The Sunset Strip is providing the ultimate experience by offering guests of its world-class hotels exclusive, complimentary access to its legendary live entertainment venues. Guests staying at select hotels on The Sunset Strip will receive an All Access Pass granting them free entrance to The Strip’s music and comedy venues.

During your stay, you are invited to enjoy the Cat Club, The Comedy Store, Key Club, House of Blues Sunset Strip, The Roxy Theatre, Viper Room, the Rainbow and Whisky A Go-Go free of charge.

“The Strip has so much to offer – from dining and shopping to nightlife – just steps from all of its hotels. The All Access Pass adds to this experience and gets guests ‘on the list’, letting them bypass cover charges at top live entertainment venues in the city,” states Nic Adler, owner of The Roxy Theatre.

The All Access VIP Passes will be available to guests who request them at:

Andaz West Hollywood
The Grafton
The London West Hollywood
The Standard Hollywood
Sunset Plaza Best Western
Sunset Marquis

The passes are valid for the duration of the hotel guest’s stay and are subject to venue capacity and special events. One pass per guest will be issued.

“We believe we’re one of the only destinations in the country that is offering this type of exclusive VIP pass to hotel guests for automatic entry into this many venues,” explains Todd Steadman, executive director of the Sunset Strip Business Association. “It’s a great opportunity for those staying on The Strip in West Hollywood to experience the entire Sunset Strip without having to stand in line or pay a cover charge.”

The promotion begins just in time for Spring Break travel plans. Starting March 8, 2010, visitors can enjoy the views and scenery of the hotels’ pools during the day and get exclusive entrance to The Sunset Strip’s hottest entertainment venues at night. The promotion is slated to run for six months.

For more information regarding the program, including rules, please visit: dev.thesunsetstrip.com/VIPpass 

Spend Valentine’s Day Weekend With This Guy*

The countdown to the most beloved or hated holiday has begun. In the days leading up to Valentine’s Day, we’re highlighting The Sunset Strip’s many unique offerings.

Saturday, Feb. 13 The Comedy Store feels the love with complimentary admission for threesomes because “couples suck.” Groups of three may enjoy free admission for pre-Valentine’s eve shows as well as throughout the month of February (excluding Friday nights and special events). Just present their three-for-free ticket to capitalize on this lovely offer. 

Those looking for love and laughter on Valentine’s Day should check out “Romancing The Store” — a special night featuring romantic goodies, gift certificates for couples and champagne drink specials. Tickets are $20 per couple, and ages 21 and older.

Want more info on The Comedy Store special events, news and promos? Visit thecomedystore.tumblr.com.

Check out the complete listing of Sunset Strip Valentine’s Day events. 


*Please note, we cannot guarantee an appearance by Sandy during Valentine’s Day.

Super Bowl Viewing On Sunset

This Sunday, Sunday, SUNDAY! the New Orleans Saints are set to take on the Indiana Colts in the most epic of American sporting events: the Super Bowl. And while you may or may not be a fan of either team, you will most certainly celebrate the food and drink specials at select Sunset Strip venues during the game.

Cabo Cantina
is offering 99-cent Coronitas during the game until they run out. Also on tap for Sunday: bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys until 3 p.m., a special $1.99 hangover breakfast burrito and as always Cabo’s famous two-for-one happy hour from 4-8 p.m.

If you are looking to mix people-watching with football-watching head over to Red Rock, which features an expansive outdoor patio overlooking The Strip as well as eight prime televisions indoors. Red Rock offers half-priced drinks from 5-7 p.m.

What could be better than watching the game in your living room with friends? Watching it somewhere that feels as comfortable as your living room but without having to clean. The Den of Hollywood’s Super Bowl party features drink specials starting at 3 p.m. and a full menu. Grab a seat at their bar or on a plush chair near their fireplace. And for those not interested in watching The Who break it down, raffle prizes will be given away at halftime.

Isla Cantina
showcases three large HDTV screens as well as drink specials and a full Mexican food menu. Doors open at 1 p.m., giving you ample time to sample their more than 150+ tequilas.

Arrive at Saddle Ranch before the game and enjoy bottomless Bloody Mary’s and mimosas from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. It is the perfect compliment to your pre-game brunch.

And after the game, catch a show at one of The Strip’s venues. The Whisky hosts Veil Of Maya, Circle Of Contempt and Periphery ($13). The Shakers, The Mullhollands, Automatique, Tommy Peacock and Vas Defrans are taking over the Viper Room ($10). Jimmy Gnecco of Ours performs at On The Rox ($15). The Comedy Store features comedy Potluck with free entrance before 9 p.m., and the all ages So Funny Sundays hosted by Amir K ($20).


–C. Kemp

A Little Liquid Courage

The countdown to the most beloved or hated holiday has begun. In the days leading up to Valentine’s Day, we’re highlighting The Sunset Strip’s many unique offerings.

The Strip is no stranger to the charms of delicious cocktails, and Valentine’s Day is no exception. Saddle up to the bar and enjoy some deliciously luxurious treats.

RH at Andaz is pouring a refreshing Berry In Love cocktail, which is composed of muddled raspberries, rosewater, St. Germain, vodka and pineapple juice shaken and strained into a martini glass and topped with soda ($12). The bar will also feature a selection of alluring champagnes such as Philipponnat “Royale Reserve” and Roederer Estate “Rosato” during Valentine’s weekend.

Looking for something more decadent? BLT Steak presents a treat more delicious than a heart-shaped box of chocolates: A Valhrona chocolate milkshake with Godiva Chocolate Liqueur ($9).

The London West Hollywood is offering Lychee Passion, a cocktail as pretty as it is delicious. The drink mixes Kai Lychee vodka and passion fruit puree and is garnished with a passion fruit marshmallow on the stem ($10.20).

Check out the complete listing of Valentine’s Day events on The Strip.


Photo: RH bar at Andaz

Forget About Mystery Chocolates, Plan Your Valentine’s Day Here

January is drawing to an end, which means the holiday everyone loves (or loves to hate) is right around the corner. If you are looking to splurge or seeking a fun, affordable night out, there are many options on The Strip this Valentine’s Day weekend from cooking classes to specialty cocktails and luxurious spa and hotel packages.



Couple’s Cooking Class: Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood
1020 N. San Vicente | 310.358.7788 | www.TheLondonWestHollywood.com/Gordon_Ramsay

A special “Valentine’s Day” themed chef’s masterclass on Saturday, Feb. 13, featuring romantic dishes and topped off with a sinfully sweet dessert. Classes instructed by the Michelin-starred culinary team led by Executive Chef Andy Cook. Start with champagne, canapés and a tour of our award-winning kitchen. Then menus are prepared and demonstrated course-by-course. Each dish is served in-the-kitchen as it’s completed, accompanied by paired wine chosen by our Sommelier. Price is $450 per couple.

Saint Motel’s Second Annual Zombie Prom at The Roxy Theatre
9008 Sunset Boulevard | 310.278.9457 | www.theroxyonsunset.com

Celebrate the dark side of Valentine’s Day on Saturday, Feb. 13 with Saint Motel’s Zombie Prom. Bloody drink specials and crowning of zombie prom king and queen. Tickets are $10 in advance.

G. Love & Special Sauce at House Of Blues Sunset Strip
8430 Sunset Boulevard | 323.848.5100 | www.hob.com

House of Blues kicks off the weekend of love with funky, sloppy-blues provided by G. Love & Special Sauce on Saturday, Feb. 13. Tickets are $22.50, and doors open at 7:30 p.m. Show is ages 18 and older.

I [heart] Music Valentine’s Show at Viper Room
8852 Sunset Boulevard | 310.358.1881| www.viperroom.com

High Voltage magazine presents a night featuring Normandie, Mellowdrone and DJ High Voltage on Sunday, Feb. 14. Tickets are $8 in advance and $12 at the door. Show is ages 21 and older.



RH at Andaz
8401 Sunset Boulevard | 323.785.6090 | www.westhollywood.andaz.com

Enjoy a special menu for two designed by Executive Chef Sebastien Archambault and his culinary team. Chef Archambault sets the scene for romance with his Southwestern French cuisine prepared with the finest artisan ingredients. Available Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14. (RH’s standard menu is also available.) The sharing menu includes field mushrooms omelet with country bread; homemade foie gras terrine with plum and mission fig chutney; Lompoc Farm leeks vinaigrette with black truffle, goat cheese, Applewood bacon; seared diver scallops, orange braised endive, cilantro seeds; roasted duck breast, red cabbage, apple, Syrah wine sauce; cheese plate featuring Cowgirl Creamery Crottin and Tome D’Aquitaine; Dillon rum baba jar, whipped cream; roasted Kingsburg Farm apple, cinnamon puff pastry with vanilla ice cream; coffee or tea and candied walnuts. The sharing menu for two is $120 per couple excluding tax and gratuity.

Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood
1020 N. San Vicente | 310.358.7788 | www.TheLondonWestHollywood.com/Gordon_Ramsay

Offering two seatings for Valentine’s Day dining in the main dining room. Early seating from 5 – 7:30 p.m. includes a five-course menu for $250 per couple. The late seating from 8 – 10:30 p.m. includes a seven-course menu for $350 per couple.

The London West Hollywood Special Valentine’s Day Dining Experiences
1020 N. San Vicente | 310.358.7788 | www.TheLondonWestHollywood.com/Gordon_Ramsay

Enjoy a three-course menu with bottle of champagne served in one of the hotel’s rooftop poolside cabanas overlooking the city. $350 per couple. Or, enjoy the “Engagement” Rooms package, featuring a customized Chef’s Tasting Menu with optional wine pairing for $1,000 per couple. The meal is served within one of the restaurant’s intimate private dining rooms.

Cabo Cantina
8301 Sunset Boulevard | 323.822.7820

Inviting singles, groups and couples to share in the love this Valentine’s Day. Offering bottomless mimosas and bloody marys until 3 p.m. All drinks are two-for-one prices during our famous happy hour from 4 – 8 p.m.

The Sunset Trocadero Lounge
8280 Sunset Boulevard | 323.656.7161

Our intimate lounge is illuminated with amber candlelight and an upscale-casual atmosphere that is reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour. We invite our early guests to enjoy happy hour from 6-8 p.m., featuring half-priced appetizers and drinks, including specialty martinis and champagne! We will serve our full dinner and drink menu until 2 a.m. Reservations are recommended but are not required.

Restaurant at Sunset Marquis
1200 Alta Loma Road | 310.358.3759 | www.sunsetmarquis.com

Four-course dinner with amuse bouche, black truffle infused Maui onion and beet soup, grilled filet of Branzino, choice of dry-aged Black Angus filet mignon crusted with porcini mushroom and pomme maxim’s in a Cabernet reduction or trio of langoustine, spiny lobster and fresh water prawn with sweet and sour long rice noodles and grilled baby vegetables, and dark and white chocolate heart with pomegranate cream for dessert. Price is $165 per couple, and expert wine parings available for $25 per person.

BLT Steak
8720 Sunset Boulevard | 310.360.1950 | www.bltsteak.com

Presenting a special multi-course menu Valentine’s Day weekend (Friday-Sunday) for $70 per person. Special menu includes complimentary sparkling wine and a special petit four.

8768 Sunset Boulevard | 310.659.6022 | www.mirabelleonsunset.com

Mirabelle is offering a three-course, prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu, $75 per guest.

The Hamlet
9201 Sunset Blvd. | 310-278-4924 | www.hamburgerhamlet.com

Make reservations at The Hamlet for Valentine’s Day and receive complimentary roses. A special menu is also available.

8439 Sunset Boulevard | 323.650.8585 | www.katanarobata.com

Katana will be open 5 – 11.30 p.m. on Feb. 14. Enjoy our regular menu or a special set five-course menu including dessert and a glass of champagne for $120 per couple. Katana will also serve various Valentine’s Day specials on our regular menu and select Valentine cocktails.

9043 Sunset Boulevard | 310.275.9724 | www.talesai.com

Four-course dinner featuring decadent and sensual dishes. The price is $60 per guest, which includes champagne. Visit the website for menu details.

The Den
8226 Sunset Boulevard | 323.656.0336 | www.thedenofhollywood.com

The Den of Hollywood offers a special three-course menu for Valentine’s Day, including a choice of salad, entrée and dessert. Entrees include slow roasted prime rib, sautéed spaghetti squash with smoked tomatoes, rainbow chard, roasted cauliflower and pine nuts; poached chicken breast with tarragon sauce, asparagus, brussels sprouts, leeks and turnips; grilled lamb rack with saffron rice, olives, dates, oranges and almonds; or seared scallops with Madeira sauce, baby artichokes, mushrooms and fingerling potatoes. The dinner is $35 per person.

The Standard
8300 Sunset Boulevard | 323.822.3131 | www.standardhotels.com/hwood

A three-course dinner featuring your choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert for $35 per person. Add a wine pairing for each course for $20. Selections include hearts salad or shrimp tempura roll; fennel-crusted grilled salmon or chicken saltimbocca; and Italian banana split or vanilla mascarpone custard.



RH at Andaz
8401 Sunset Boulevard | 323.785.6090 | www.westhollywood.andaz.com

The “Berry In Love Cocktail” is composed of muddled raspberries, rosewater, St. Germain, vodka, pineapple juice – shaken and strained into a martini glass and topped with soda. A selection of alluring champagnes such as Philipponnat “Royale Reserve” and Roederer Estate “Rosato” are also available during Valentine’s weekend. Enjoy them with that special someone at the RH bar with chocolate truffles and macaroons.

BLT Steak
8720 Sunset Boulevard | 310.360.1950 | www.bltsteak.com

Enjoy a decadent treat: Valhrona chocolate milkshake with Godiva Chocolate Liqueur. $ 9



“Retreat for Busy Parents” at Sunset Marquis
1200 Alta Loma Road | 800.858.9758 | www.sunsetmarquis.com

Package includes professional babysitting for four hours for two children, breakfast in bed, an arrangement of dozen roses, two welcome drinks, VIP access to Bar 1200 and a stay in one of our luxurious new one bedroom villas nestled in Sunset Marquis gardens. The offer is available Valentine’s Day weekend, Feb. 12-14 nights starting at $585. Add a couple’s massage at SPA for an additional $200.

“Love Goes Around” at Andaz West Hollywood
8401 Sunset Boulevard | 323.656.1234 | www.westhollywood.andaz.com

Let Andaz West Hollywood provide a lovely setting with special surprises and amenities. Friday, Feb. 12 through Sunday, Feb. 14 is the perfect weekend for Love Goes Around. Includes Andaz king guest room accommodation for two for one night; California sparkling rose wine with market fresh berries and Valrhona chocolates upon check-in; breakfast for two; and $100 hotel credit, guests’ choice to use perhaps toward couples massage on the pool deck or a romantic Valentine’s dinner at RH. Price starts at $265 per night, taxes and gratuities are not included.

“From London With Love” at The London West Hollywood
1020 N. San Vicente | 866.282.4560 | www.TheLondonWestHollywood.com

British sophistication combines with classic Hollywood romance for the perfect retreat. Enjoy a sumptuous suite, decadent treats and your choice of breakfast in bed or within our new Boxwood Café. Package includes luxurious suite accommodations; romantic welcome amenity of champagne and specialty chocolates, bath basket and rose petals; continental breakfast for two in Boxwood Café or “breakfast in bed” via room service; and a late check-out. This package is priced from $389 per night, based on double occupancy.

“All You Need is Love (We Provide the Rest)” at The London West Hollywood
1020 N. San Vicente | 866.282.4560 | www.TheLondonWestHollywood.com

This Valentine’s Day, the sky’s the limit – literally – with a delectable dinner in one of our rooftop pool deck Cabanas, overlooking the city skylines. Package includes luxurious suite accommodations; romantic welcome amenity of champagne and specialty chocolates, bath basket and rose petals; Valentine’s Day Dinner within one of the hotel’s poolside Cabanas overlooking panoramic views of the city (includes three-course meal and bottle of champagne); continental breakfast for two in Boxwood Café or “breakfast in bed” via room service; and late check-out. This package is priced from $939 per night, based on double occupancy.

“Champagne Package” at Mondrian
8440 Sunset Boulevard | 800.606.6090 | www.mondrianhotel.com

Mondrian is offering a special package throughout the month of February, which includes a $50 hotel credit and complimentary bottle of champagne. Rates from $295. Call 800.606.6090 for reservations or book online and use promo code PKVALT.



“Perfect Pair” at Agua Spa
8449 Sunset Boulevard | 323 848 6070 | www.mondrianhotel.com

Treat yourself to the "Perfect Pair" package, which includes two luxurious treatments: a 60 minute Agua Massage and 60 minute Agua Facial. The package is $275 per person.


Photo: Berry In Love cocktail at RH bar

— C. Kemp

Spreading Holiday Cheer: Tweet Crawl III

The date was Friday, Dec. 18. And while the rest of the country was trying to defrost from arctic blasts, revelers on The Sunset Strip were warm and toasty as they embarked on the third Tweet Crawl, this one featuring an amped up holiday party theme.

The holiday edition of this increasingly successful Twitter-based crawl featured The Standard Hotel (@standardhwood), The Comedy Store (@TheComedyStore), Citysearch LA (@CitysearchLA), the Viper Room (@theViperRoom), Hustler retail (@hothustlerhoney), and The Roxy Theatre (@TheRoxy). Essentially an internet tracked bar and club hop, these interactive Tweet Crawl tours are organized by a network of Sunset Strip (@thesunsetstrip) businesses and venues.

The Roxy Theatre, Viper Room and Comedy Store organized the initial Tweet Crawl this summer, and the self-titled “Social Strip” group has become known as trailblazing innovators in their use of social networking as a marketing tool and promoting The Strip as a whole.

Beginning just after dusk, the Tweet Crawl featuring “ugly holiday sweaters” kicked off at The Standard Hollywood hotel. Their chic retro-future backdrop set the tone for a long night of tasty treats and frosty beverages. Offering a special Tweet Crawl menu of holiday inspired cocktails and mini apps, The Standard was the perfect launch pad for this social soiree.

After meeting up with their fellow Tweeps and collecting commemorative buttons from each participating venue’s representative — which served as the “ticket” for the night — the crawl continued on to The World Famous Comedy Store.

Upon arrival at The Comedy Store, the crawlers were immediately seated in the Main Room and treated to holiday-inspired a capella carols from the Tinseltone Carolers (@Tinseltones). Contrasting the overzealous enthusiasm of the choral group was a set by Store favorite Ari Shaffir (@Arishaffir), whose FML stories played well with the “been there, done that” L.A. crowd. The highpoint of the show came with comic Nader Modarres (@Nadskis), whose hilariously, irreverent set came in the form of an audience Q&A about his Jewish culture.

The tweeps crawled down The Strip to the next stop at the headquarters of Citysearch LA. Reconvening in the lobby of their towering offices, the net based city/entertainment guide offered an assortment of tasty food from the Veggie Grill on and holiday spirits in the form of crisp, clean PBR (@PBR_LA). Joined by rockaholic reps from 98.7 FM, the crawlers were also treated to a wide assortment of prizes, providing of course that they could answer a number of holiday trivia questions.

The next stop on this interactive field trip was the notorious Viper Room, representing Hanukah for all those of the “Xmas” persuasion. Amidst the festival of lights, the bar offered a special discount menu of holiday beverages, including a blue concoction called “the Hanukah Cocktail”.

After a short pit stop at The Hustler Store to collect a goodie bag filled with their brand of holiday toys, the crawlers wrapped their Sunset Strip expedition at On The Rox above The Roxy Theatre. There, the tired and “over-spirited” socializers, wound down their evening by butchering — I mean performing — karaoke versions of their favorite holiday tunes and building gingerbread versions of their favorite Sunset Strip landmarks. You can only imagine the kind of mayhem that ensues with multiple cans of aerosol frosting amidst a band of crawlers.

In what’s likely to become a holiday tradition, The Sunset Strip’s Tweet Crawl III was a raging success. And in this new techno-era, success may be judged by the amount of hits, posts, tweets, and retweets littering the various social networking sites on the net, but it is reinforced by the number of happy faces exiting On The Rox on a brisk, Los Angeles winter night.

(Thanks to Andrew Herrold for the photos.)

–Brent X Mendoza

The Sunset Strip Launches Summertime Consumer Relief Offers

The notorious Sunset Strip, which stretches 1.3 miles through the heart of West Hollywood, is launching its own version of an ‘economic stimulus package’ to consumers with special offers throughout the summer.

"The recession is impacting people in our communities, so we’re offering special events and discounts so they can still enjoy The Strip this summer even on a budget," explains Todd Steadman, executive director of the Sunset Strip Business Association.

 With consumer spending making up more than two-thirds of U.S. gross domestic product, The Sunset Strip is offering special incentives in hopes of helping to contribute to the nation’s economic rebound. Businesses on The Strip also hope that the consumer relief offers will cut local residents a break as Los Angeles County increases sales tax to 9.75% starting July 1.

The iconic locale, which is packed with more than 150 clubs, restaurants, shops, hotels and music venues, will offer visitors to The Strip special summer deals. A few include:

The Strip’s Summer Happy Hour: Restaurants and bars are offering specially priced food and drink happy hours. Including $2 beers, $5 Mediterranean platters at Restaurant at Sunset Marquis; $3 beers, $4 cocktails at Rainbow Bar & Grill; $4 cocktails at Talesai; $5 martinis and $4 appetizers at Mirabelle; half-priced drinks at Saddle Ranch Chop House and Red Rock; and two-for-one drinks at Isla and Cabo Cantina.

Twitter Free Access: Follow Sunset Strip establishments, including The Viper Room, The Roxy Theatre and The Comedy Store, for free tickets and access to upcoming shows throughout the week.

$5 Nights: Find drinks and dishes for $5 and under at venues including Mirabelle, Red Rock, Katana, Viper Room, Clafoutis, Tony’s Italian Steakhouse, and Rainbow Bar & Grill.

Special Summer Discounts: Several boutiques and spas along The Strip, including LIVE! On Sunset, KIN, Mystery Pier Books, Inc., Ole Henriksen, and Spa at Mondrian, are offering "Sunset Strip Summer" 20% off discounts for consumers.

"People are looking for the best value for their money, and most Sunset Strip businesses are offering consumers and visitors a great night out for a good value throughout the summer," states Mikeal Maglieri, co-owner of the Rainbow Bar & Grill and Whisky A Go-Go and SSBA Board President.

The Sunset Strip’s "consumer relief" offers will run June 8 – August 31, 2009. For more information about the campaign as well as a complete list of business offers and summer events, please visit dev.thesunsetstrip.com/summer  

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Photo courtesy Bob Friday