One of the many Hollywood Burgers is located at 6250 Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles proper. They are known for their fair prices on their gourmet burgers.
Hollywood Burger was first established in 2010. They quickly grew to a franchise model with a goal of having a Hollywood Burger in every nook and cranny of the world. With investors groups from around the world, they have connections in South Korea, Saudi Arabia, India, Jordan and Russia to name a few. Their headquarters are in New York City.
When looking for someone to become a franchisee of Hollywood Burger, they want someone who can prove success in the restaurant industry. They will consider someone who has great retail success as well. They must be enthusiastic and fully committed to the success of their Hollywood Burger.
The popularity of Hollywood Burger shows with their online reviews. There are close to eight hundred posts raving about their gourmet-style burgers. They love the reasonable pricing and swear they will come back time and again.
The Golden State was the dream of two friends who always dreamed of opening their own restaurant and with craft beer. While their burgers are considered one of the best by Zagat and LA Weekly, their flare for creating craft beers has brings people in from all corners of Los Angeles.
They opened their doors in 2007 right as the recession was starting to get its teeth in the United States. This did not stop the two friends who eventually opened a second location on 241 San Pedro Street.
One of Golden State’s most popular items is their beer float. That’s right, a beer float. They combine a brown-bread ice cream and cover it with Old Rasputin Imperial Stout. This creates a caramel flavor that is not to be missed. Because their location is across from a high school, they do not serve any alcohol until five in the afternoon. Fear not for those who love a good float as during the day they have an amazing root beer float that is second to none.
The evaluations on the internet give them over a four-star rating. Each positive review talks about their commitment to craft beer and serving only the tastiest meals shows on a daily basis.
The original Cassell’s Hamburgers was founded by Al Cassell in 1948. Al was passionate about cooking the hamburgers on a crossfire broiler. He was not a fan of French fries, so he made his own potato salad to accompany the plain burgers with his home-made mayonnaise.
Al eventually sold his business before he died in 2010. The new owners did not keep his tradition and sadly the restaurant declined in popularity before the restaurant closed its doors in 2012. However, a guy named Lou bought rights to the name, the recipes and the original equipment.
Jingbo Lou was revitalizing his hotel in Koreatown and had a vision to place Cassell’s Hamburgers in a great corner spot. The retro diner is clean and fells just like the original 1950 café with a spinning mirrored refrigerator case displaying pies.
Jingbo Lou’s vision has brought Cassell’s Hambergers great success. There are almost thirteen hundred positive posts on the world wide web and well over a four-star rating. Oh, they have now started serving fries!
Los Angeles Hood Cleaning has been serving the greater Los Angeles area for years. They team of professionals are trained in the art of hood cleaning. They not only get all of the filters back up and running, they climb on the roof and clean out the turbine. They will polish and shine the hood to give it that “like new” look. A clean kitchen is a happy kitchen.