Yes, this place has a silly name and is right on the touristy stretch of Hollywood Boulevard. But the food is far better than you’d expect based on those facts, and it’s cheap, and also there are lots of margaritas. The space is dimly lit and decorated with weird portraits that give it a theme park restaurant vibe, which is maybe requisite for renting a space on Hollywood and Highland. It gets very busy in here, so be prepared for a long wait.
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