RK Lifestyle

RK Lifestyle Guide:

To A Night Out | To A Gay Night Out | To A Richpster’s Night Out | To The Best Daytime Eateries In Town

BOA Steakhouse
Is not like the steakhouses found in Beverly Hills. BOA offers such a super sexy atmosphere that really is unparalleled anywhere else. Located in the heart of the Sunset Strip, this is a great place to grab some steaks before you go bar hopping.

Mastros
The Granddaddy of steakhouses! The steaks are out of this world and I think I would sell my soul to the devil if I could have a lifetime supply of their gorgonzola Mac and Cheese. Mastro’s is where you go to celebrate your promotion at Endeavor or in my case, the closing of a tough real estate transaction. Regardless of your reason, you must hit up Mastro’s at least once (you’ll be hooked after, I guarantee)!

Asia de Cuba
Asia De Cuba is an Asia fusion restaurant located at the sleek Mondrian hotel. In full disclosure Asia De Cube is not a personal favorite, but remains popular and therefore definitely worth checking out.

Jones
Offers the right amount of coziness with a cool atmosphere that really creates the perfect beginning to a night out. You must try their apple pie, it is to die for.

Luna Park
Casually hip, Luna Park offers a varied menu, ensuring there will be something for everyone. I am beyond in love with the Macaroni and Cheese here and definitely think its worth putting in ones rotation as it is always such an enjoyable evening.

Katana
Owned by the same group who run BOA, Katana specializes in open flame charcoal grill cooking serving Japanese comfort food. Like BOA this restaurant is sexy, slick and definitely one not to be missed!

Bar Marmont
A piece of Hollywood history, this bar has kept it cool factor throughout the years and really continues to be a great casual spot for a meal or simply drinks with friends.

The Spare Room
The Roosevelt’s new master-piece is a good old fashioned game room and bar featuring bowling lanes and backgammon tables. Unveiled in late 2010 The Spare Room delights its patrons with Old Hollywood Glamour not found many other places.

Sky Bar
The Sky Bar has been around forever, but regardless is one of my absolute favorite bars in town! DJ’s spin ambient house and trip hop while a typically sexy crowd sips very pricey cocktails. Not necessarily the hot spot it was in the late 90s, Sky Bar is still a good place to go. Getting in can be hit or miss, so a mixed party of good looking guys and even sexier girls is recommended for weekend nights past 9pm.

Teddy’s
Teddy’s is a dark cavernous bar located in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Typically a very hot crowd, strong drinks and strict entrance policy make this a Hollywood favorite. WARNING – This can be a hard place to get into. The door girl could either let you in with a hug or throw a drink in your face whilst she points you to the exit depending on her mood. It’s best to come here with a regular!