Frolic Room

Frolic Room is a small but historic wine bar located on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. It is historic in the sense that it once played host to famous Hollywood stars, especially after the annual OSCARS ceremony. It was once a VIP lounge and stands next to the Pantages Theater, where the academy awards were held between 1949 and 1959.

The bar is open daily to anyone aged 21 or above from 11am to 2am, with street parking available and wheelchair access. On entering the bar customers will see a colorful mural featuring caricatures of movie legends such as Bette Davis and Groucho Marx that spans the entire wall opposite the bar. As customers enjoy a drink they can sit back and enjoy some of the classic music hits on the bar's jukebox.

The bar has a low key ambience about and it is furnished with red leatherette stools and retro toadstool shaped swag lamps. Many people come here after a night out at the theater next door. There is seating for 2,703 at the theater and visitors must book tickets in advance for any of the diverse range of shows played here.

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