Fox Bruin Theatre
Designed by famed architect S. Charles Lee, the Bruin was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1988.
The icon makes an appearance in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood when Sharon Tate [played by Margot Robbie] stops by the theatre to watch herself in the 1969 film, The Wrecking Crew.
Musso & Frank Grill
Hollywood’s oldest restaurant has long been a favourite haunt of generations of celebrities and writers.
Everyone from Charlie Chaplin, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Marilyn Monroe to Keith Richards and Johnny Depp have enjoyed the hospitality - and martinis - at this famous landmark, which is celebrating 100 years in business this year.
The restaurant features prominently in Once Upon a Time and in one scene, Dalton meets agent Marvin Schwarzs [Al Pacino] who admits to being a fan.
Regency Village Theatre
Originally the Fox Village Theatre, the Regency has hosted Hollywood film premiers for decades.
Featuring an iconic tower, which is topped by a 52-metre blue and white art deco FOX’ sign, the historic landmark is located in the heart of Westwood and a few minutes from the University of California, Los Angeles.
El Coyote Mexican Café
Popular with LA locals and visitors alike, this Mexican institution boasts an impressive number of autographed photos of some of Hollywood’s most famous faces along one wall.
Actress Sharon Tate, Jay Sebring, Wojciech Frykowski and Abigail Folger ate their last meal at El Coyote on August 8, 1969 before they were murdered by members of the Manson Family at Tate’s rented home in Benedict Canyon.