Wood & Vine Restaurant

Hollywood and Vine is one of the most famous intersections in Los Angeles. In the 1920s, this is where the majority of radio and motion-picture businesses were located. In the 1960s, many studios moved on, and Hollywood lost a little of its luster, yet I fondly remember walking to the glamourous art-deco Pantages Theatre with my parents to see Zero Mostel in “Fiddler on the Roof

 Read the rest of my review courtesy of the Beverly Press / Park LaBrea News (published on May 25, 2011) via Wood.

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