|The Writer's Room|
Doesn’t this place look cozy? It’s called The Writer’s Room and, in its 1950s hey-day, its doors only opened to such literary drinkers as Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald and William Faulkner. But, now, patrons have restored this smallish (only 1000 square feet!) bar to its former masculine cave-like glory and have invited the general public in for liquid inspiration – or to just feel the vibe of the place that nursed these literary greats when they weren’t cavorting with Parisians. If you’re in Hollywood, track this nook down and tell the rest of us what it’s like. Rumor has it they serve up drinks in authentic 1950s glassware.
The Writer's Room, 6685 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA