Every time we are at the Rainbow we make a new friend, and we always meet the most interesting and diverse people there!!! On this visit, I was sad to see that it had been moved outside to a patio. P had his shrimp cocktail and fries. Rainbow Club veils are all hand cut from the airiest Italian tulle and feature shimmering pearls, twinkling diamantes and the most delicate lace edging. As for the rest of the happy people inside we'll be enjoying Christy's drinks or the great food that's cooked up by the chef who began working at the Rainbow before even Guns 'n Roses was hanging out here. They said Thats fine, they weren't in a hurry. The bottom level of the building is the restaurant, The Rainbow Bar and Grill. You should have figured that out when you saw the Motorhead billboard hanging over the roof outside.
I just like my water refilled. It's not the classiest place in the world, but it's got character. Waitress was very nice and helpful in navigating the menu. Don't go to this establishment!!!!! Their food is average at best. None of us ate much off our plates I'll tell you that much! I'd cab it there to avoid a parking lot brawl.
Don Knotts always was surrounded by tons of beautiful women. Service was good, and the outside bar is known as the Lemmy's Lounge so there was Motörhead stuff everywhere. This experience definitely made me embarrassed with the people I brought since they weren't pleased either. I felt like i had been transported to the 80's with the nostalgia. The dance floor is a bit small and not as many people dance, so this is definately a place for drinking and socializing and spotting out a musician here or there, and it's so fun to see people still dressing like they are in the 80's rock scene. If you're not into rock, metal or heavier tastes in music and memorabilia, piss off to Hollywood and play your Kendrick Lamar there.
The girl who was servicing us came and asked me for a drink and I told her what I wanted then when my boyfriend was looking to see if he wanted something she immediately turns her back and walks away. You can find rock artist frequenting this bar at all hours. Best reasons to go are the bars 3 in all , live music, and the atmosphere. Rich wood, red booths, and that musty smell of booze, cigarettes and history. The Rainbow became known as a hangout for rock musicians and their.
Upon completion of each work-ordered day, the Rainbow Clubhouse offers daily recreational activities and is also open on Saturdays for recreation and community trips. Make a reservation to ensure you get a spot for dinner. I was too young but I think it was on Highway 88. Quiet days are Mon- Wed 11am-9pm. There's always famous musicians there and they would mingle and talk to you like one of them. It was dedicated as Lemmy's Lounge, complete with barstools, tables, art, photos, and of course, the statue. The bartenders are always ready when you are, never a grudge on anything while at The Rainbow.
The restaurant is a historical landmark for famous people who have hung out there. Also, the food orders are made in no particular order. I'm often out of there by 8:00. Plus, if they see you with the Rainbow drink vouchers they give to you at the door , the bartenders and servers avoid you like the plague. Because of this the servers are forced to wait in long bar lines.
Don't try to skip out on your tab, very wrong place to do it. Drinks are very cheap and strong. I think this is a decent enough reason to never spend a dollar there. Of course, if you want to enjoy the late night weekend crowd, you'll have to endure the long waits for food. I just like my water refilled. The atmosphere in the restaurant is cool. There was no glass I assure you, or else I would have cut my hand.
Will definitely be coming back. The bartender is second or third generation, and often tells tales passed down, of those who came before. For many years, the owner was Mario Maglieri. I've been here many times for lunch, so this review is just within that context. When I complained I had waited over 2 hours for my food I got abused quite full on. Lemmy from Motorhead was in the like every day. Various musicians would host the live jam every week.
Brings us both what I wanted. But needless to say I won't be returning Threw a Birthday here they were very accommodating. The protagonists Bloom, Stella, Flora, Aisha, Tecna and Musa live their daily life on Magix world, among lessons, loves, quarrels and moments of strong friendship. Nice but not really real, Best Rock and Roll Hang Out — This place is a must if you are visiting West Hollywood or passing by the area. Bad food for a bar — I've come to expect bad-for-me food that tastes great from bars. By the way, he's the one who's white, looks at least half-retarded, and wears glasses.
Gruff bouncers, unfriendly manager, photos of famous rock stars everywhere and no frills. But it's overpriced for the quality of food that comes out and I can't say for everyone cause I've had pleasant service before but that waitress I had this time just needs a hug or to take a happy pill and learn how to do her job better. Who doesn't love the Rainbow? Where the metal bands of the '80s really hung out--and still do. My fiancé got the biggest milkshake I've ever seen and seemed to enjoy it. And the pizza, just ok. I did my best to make sure that they had an enjoyable experience at the rainbow as I do with all my customers.