Where to Spot Celebrities in West Hollywood
Work out, dine, and shop in the footsteps of your favorite reality stars at these local hot spots
Celebrities flock to West Hollywood to eat, shop, play, party and take meetings at all sorts of local businesses. You’ve seen these places on reality TV shows, and now your friends can see them on your Instagram.
Here are five of the best places for celebrity sightings in West Hollywood:
The sexy, modern-day supper club is a fave amongst the celebrity set. Most photos are shot outside the doors so celebs can party inside in peace. Drake, Kendall Jenner, and Justin & Hailey Bieber are a few people who have been spotted at the vintage-inspired venue. Local tip: Employees Only is next door if you feel like having a prohibition-style cocktail afterward.
7969 Santa Monica Blvd.
These climbing machines are a home fave of celebrities like Ryan Seacrest and DJ Khaled. Jay-Z and LeBron James are investors. And when it came time for CLMBR to open a West Coast studio, they chose West Hollywood. People love the workout because it’s efficient, and the trainers create a club vibe that makes the 30-minute workout challenging but fun. Local tip: The Ramada West Hollywood is just doors down, and Trader Joe’s and Sprouts are across the street if you are planning an extended stay in The Creative City.
8599 Santa Monica Blvd.
Tom Tom Restaurant & Bar
On any given Sunday, the festivity is alive and well along Santa Monica Blvd and adjoining streets. Bravo TV fans feel invested in the newest crown jewel in the Vanderpump Family’s West Hollywood Empire, which includes Pump Restaurant and SUR Restaurant & Lounge. You may see TV crews filming as the venues don’t shy away from the cameras, and neither should you.
8932 Santa Monica Blvd.
They say living well is the best revenge, and Khloé Kardashian’s “Revenge Body” is dedicated to getting people into their best shape. The show often calls upon talented celebrity trainer Luke Milton and his West Hollywood gym to help people build their best bodies.
7825 Santa Monica Blvd.
Co-owned by Lance Bass, this lively venue proudly calls itself the “gayest corner in West Hollywood” on its Instagram (as of this writing). Open-air dining and dynamic programming keep locals and tourists enjoying a world-famous Sunday Funday. Local Tip: Start at Rocco’s and head west toward The Abbey, stopping at fun points along the way. Or vice versa!
8900 Santa Monica Blvd.
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