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Tucked under the Hollywood sign along Franklin Village’s bustling shopping strip, this dive bar/restaurant draws a young, cool crowd. The neighborhood is actually walkable, so locals wander over and get a patio table with their dogs. The rotisserie chicken is the signature dish, and there’s a $2 plate of boneless chicken just for dogs. Co-owners Mary and Henry Olek are big supporters of local animal rescues. So go ahead and order dessert—it’s all for the cause.
A lively bar, although not for everyone (can get bro-y). But really close and can be fun. Has tv's to watch a game also. Can get a quick rotisserie chicken.
This is a true Franklin Village spot. Affordable & good food & energy. Also has a bar. Indoor or outdoor tables ...
“French food. Romantic atmosphere. Outdoor dining too. Great bar. Part of the famous Franklin Village restaurant and theater strip. Walking distance from Chez Ro.”
“Brunch/Lunch/Late Dinner (Sun-Thurs: 11AM to 12PM) Friday & Saturday 11AM to 2AM”
“Bohemian late-night coffee shop boasts light cafe fare & free WiFi, plus a funky jungle-themed room. Bourgeois Pig is a coffee shop in Franklin Village with one of the best secret back rooms in the city.”
“Franklin Avenue between Cheremoya and Bronson has many great restaurants for before or after hike. ”
“Visit UCB's late-night shows, in particular, to get a window into one of the most well-known stand-up comedy theaters in LA. Tickets are cheap, but make sure to get in line at least half an hour before your show to get good seats. Franklin Tavern right next door is a good place to get a drink and a quick bite before the show. ”