Dive into a Hollywood Autumn
Autumn in Hollywood is like nowhere else. The people, the flavors, and the lifestyle all come together to make it a magical time of year. And when you’re getting away to Hollywood this fall, getting lost in the culture and experiencing it with all 5 senses is the best way to do it. So when you visit, here is our shortlist for getting the full experience of our fall.
See cars take center stage at the Peterson Automotive Museum
Iconic cars and rare models, motorcycles and trucks—you can see them all in one place at L.A.’s Peterson Automotive Museum
. Spend some time here to explore more than 120 years of car history and scope out inspiration for your next ride.
Taste Chocolatey fall flavors in a signature cocktail at H2 Kitchen & Bar
Our Flavor by Loews Hotels
local partner ChocoVivo provides their signature house-made ChocoVivo syrup for the “Not Your Mother’s Milkshake” cocktail at Loews Hollywood’s lobby bar H2. Myer’s Dark Rum, Bailey’s Crème de Cacao and Half & Half round out the ingredients in this delicious drink to warm you up on an autumn night.
Hear a live concert under the stars at the Greek Theatre
The lineup is stocked for the season at one of L.A.’s best music venues, The Greek Theatre
. Thrown on a sweater, grab a friend and get ready for the sounds of Courtney Barnett, Hanson String Theory, 5 Seconds of Summer, and more.
Smell the freshest fruit, flowers and produce at the Hollywood Farmers’ Market
Breathe in the scent of the season’s bounty with a visit to the Hollywood Farmers’ Market
this fall. Open Sundays, from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM, at Selma Ave & Ivar Ave just a short walk from Loews Hollywood, it’s the place for the best farm-to-table goodness in Los Angeles.
Feel the beauty of a walk around the Hollywood Reservoir
Already hiked Runyon Canyon and explored Griffith Park? Freshen up your walking routine this season and explore the Hollywood Reservoir, located between the 101 freeway and the western side of Griffith Park. Savor the exercise and enjoy views of the water, the Hollywood Sign and Mulholland Dam in one of the quietest pockets of the city.