Quality Inn Burbank Airport
2255 N. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91504-3309
Phone: (818) 848-1680
Fax: (818) 848-4024
After a day's hardwork and week full of project submissions, all you crave for is a place to relax with a bottle of beer and good music. Viva Cantina offers its guests a relaxing and comforting zone. Let down your hair and dance the night away or simply gossip with your buddies while sipping your favorite drink. Celebrated and talented artists like Cody Bryant and Mark Romano entertain the crowd. It also allows local and amateur bands to showcase their talents. Do visit the place to spend an eventful evening with your buddies.
You can tie your horse up outside while you eat dinner at this Western-style cantina. On weekends, the place is packed with the many horseback riders who head here during a moonlit ride over the hill from the Sunset Ranch in Hollywood. While inside, enjoy good basic Mexican fare and some of the best margaritas around. Live country and bluegrass music can be heard here nightly. Although it's just over the hill from Hollywood, this place is a world away from the Sunset Strip scene.
This trendy bar and lounge is located in the posh North Hollywood neighborhood in the NOHO Arts District. Skinny's Lounge offers an exciting lineup of live entertainment each week, from up and coming bands, DJ's, and comedy sketches, there's always something new to see. Weekend nights feature live music, usually with a packed dance floor. VIP cards are offered to regulars in order to guarantee no waiting in line and some of the best seats in the house. Best of all, you just might see the next big star before they make it big.
(Howl Hollywood) Howl at The Moon was founded in 1990 with the concept of a bar centered around dueling pianos. The stage has two baby grand pianos that are played by the best regional talent available. The show features two pianists ("ringmasters") at a time that play for an hour, then are joined by two more pianists for a couple "four-way" songs. The new pianists then take over for the next hour and the cycle of sing-along fun begins again. They also feature "showtime" that includes all Howl employees and patrons in choreographed routines to well-known songs and jingles.
This has been the place for live jazz in the Valley for nearly 30 years. The cozy little haunt attracts major players and minor ones alike. The acoustics are great as long as the guy next to you doesn't bang his fork against his plate too often. It's hard to blame him, as the house specialty is huge potatoes baked with a variety of toppings. Potatoes and jazz? It's a great combo and you should try it to believe it.
Everybody at this club is decked out in cowboy boots and chaps making you think the Valley regressed 100 years fashion-wise. Visitors should not be alarmed. It is just that the clientèle at this place likes to play the part to the max and dons the attire while gearing up for a rowdy evening of line dancing. While there is more than just country on certain nights, such as disco on Saturdays, this place is knows for country music. Visitors should grab a partner and get ready to do some serious footwork.
This club is open seven nights a week and it's usually full of men looking for a fun night out. The dance floor's often packed with sweaty bodies rockin' to a great mix of old and new, rock, techno and house music. For those who want a different experience, there are always pool, pinball and video machines. The large bar serves up inexpensive drinks. Notice the Native American pictures on the wall - definitely not what John Wayne saw when he was in the Old West. Call for schedule. Cash only.
Oasis is a gay bar that is packed almost every night of the week. With its live piano and lounge singers who sing many popular sing-along songs, the venue is a hit among the locals. The ambiance is cozy and friendly, and there is an aura of camaraderie in the air as old friends enjoy one another's company and new friendships are made. Men mingle over drinks and tunes. It is a great place to spend an evening. Call for more information.
Voted as one of the the best jazz clubs in the world, Charlie O's is a favorite hangout among many jazz musicians. The place has been a host to many memorable musical performances featuring world class performers like Teddy Edwards, Condi and Pete Candoli, Freddy Hubbard, Don Menza and Pete Christlieb. The restaurant and bar has an all American cuisine with steaks, baby back ribs, lobster, scampi, salmon, salads and much more on the menu and some amazing drinks to go along with the fab performances!
Phoenicia offers a wide array of Lebanese dishes, alongside excellent service and live entertainment. The varied menu includes lamb tongue slivers dipped in olive oil with lemon and a variety of Armenian and Lebanese sausages. Patrons might enjoy the Hookah patio but the lush interior is also quite comfortable. Belly-dancing shows on Friday and Saturday nights can be enjoyed with the meal for a prix fixe.
Don't hope to get in here unless you know the owner, or are a famous celebrity. For those lucky enough to squeeze through the door, the top-notch egoistic airs don't take too long to sink in. The white patio, with its bar and cozy seating made it a perfect place for J Lo to celebrate Ben Affleck's 31st birthday, no expenses spared. The shiny VIP area is well-draped, and the dance floor has spectacular 80's lighting, which gets the stars, and their following, on their feet. Food includes exotic-sounding dishes and delicious desserts. Try the shrimp or lobster; they won't let you down. Follow it up with a diet-breaking chocolate as you watch the stars strut their stuff.
Looking for a place that encompasses the flashy materialism and glamour of Los Angeles? Searching for that fantasy world of plastic girls all pre-loosened up from the free Grey Goose? Hoping to spot some celebrities in your Hollywood area tour? Hit up Wonderland. You won't regret it