While The Amor is tucked away in a quiet neighbourhood in Hollywood, it is also right around the corner from the hustle and bustle that is Hollywood & Highland. The building was built in the 1920s and still has all the charm – for example, the original hardwood floors – but also modern updates such as updated kitchens with dishwashers and disposals.
Other amenities you can enjoy at The Amor Apartment:
- built-in walk-in closets
- separate kitchen
- tons of storage space
- ceiling fans
- laundry on-site
- & we are pet friendly!
The apartments are really great but you know what they say…“location, location, location”, and The Amor is in a killer location!
Moving to the city of Angels or just searching for a new place to live? If you’re looking for a studio apartment in Hollywood – or a one-bedroom or two-bedroom, The Amor is for you! Here’s a little guide to some of our favorite spots local to The Amor. We know you’ll be a regular in no time.
Location: 5652 Hollywood Blvd
Come for the tacos and burritos. Stay for the quesadilla suizas, breakfast burritos, and agua frescas. We said what we said. Flaco’s food is famously great.
You can also order online for pick-up and delivery – what more can you ask for?
We also recommend picking up a flaco box for a picnic in the park or a trip to the beach. They feed four people and come in five different combinations including vegan options.
Location: 1714 N Las Palmas Ave
Beetle House is a year-round celebration of Halloween with an artistic and thematic atmosphere inspired by horror culture, magic, and the artistic, literary, and cinematic works of Tim Burton, Alfred Hitchcock, Bram Stoker, Washington Irving, Edgar Allen Poe, and all those guys. You know the type.
It’s kind of like an adult Halloween party with a Burtonesque feel, curated by Alfred Hitchcock, with a 90s goth band on stage and everyone is wearing really weird costumes.
They are a safe place where every goth, punk, freak, weirdo, artist, and visitor is welcomed and celebrated. If you’re moving to LA from New York, you may be familiar with that location but this one is a bit different. The LA location is a large spectacle suited for up to 500 people. Don’t forget to take mom and dad when they visit you!
Location: 6423 Hollywood Blvd.
Behibachi is sweeping the west coast with locations in Downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, Oakland, Westwood, San Diego, Riverside, Long Beach, & San Jose. They are both a Japanese Grill food truck & restaurant serving up hibachi plates. Their entree plates include lobster, filet mignon, salmon, and more!
Location: 1603 1/2 North La Brea
Roberts always ensures that their food is prepared from whole, unprocessed ingredients. They try to provide our guests with the most authentic Russian experience outside of Russia. What is Russian food? On their appetizer menu, you will find items such as eggplant caviar, hummus, herring with boiled potatoes, and khinkali (Russian dumplings). For your main course you could order, shish kabobs, chicken a la Moscow, and frog legs.
Location: 1603 N. La Brea Ave.
In the same plaza as Roberts Russian Cuisine, you can find Tic Tock. They are florists inspired by the natural art that surrounds us, the first reaction to the final product, and the creative process that allows flowers to communicate love and the celebration of life throughout all of its seasons.
They allow nature to guide them and take the palette we are given and turn it into something truly magical. Planning an event or just want to spruce up your Hollywood apartment with some beautiful flowers? Tic-Tock can be your new go-to.
Location: 6290 Sunset Blvd
Two chefs and a foodie set out to change the way people eat for the better. Inspired by the meals they made friends came over: the food, the pairings, the exploration, the energy. And the promise that on any given day they could eat or drink something that couldn’t find anywhere else. They opened Tender Greens in 2006 and started a food revolution.
LA residents are lucky. There are 23 locations and each is run by a different executive chef. This location is run by Chef Jolene M. Hermosura-Rivas. Their plates include proteins, greens, and sides that you can mix and match in all sorts of combinations.
Location: 1555 Vine St #527s
DrippyPets was created by a team that loved dogs more than most people they met throughout their lives. Growing up all over the world gave the CEO a unique outlook on life. Always owning BIG dogs, the CEO recently got a Pomeranian that is in love with modeling clothes for the brand.
His name is Munchkin and he is their main Mascot and Brand ambassador. Yes, he has an Instagram. You are welcome.
The main motto at DrippyPets is: “Pups need to be Drippy!” Dog fashion is something that has been around for decades but has never been this cool and drippy.
They support all kinds of animals from Cats, Dogs, Monkeys, Rabbits, Sloths, and more! Animals are born with fur which some people call their “clothes,” but the team at DrippyPets believes that animals can look cool with clothing and deserve to have luxury accessories like us “Hoomans.”
Get your pet some swag. You know you want to.
They also donates 5% of all profits to the ASPCA to help out pets in need!
Stout Burgers and Beer
Location: 544 N Cahuenga Blvd
Kaglew partners Charles Lew and executive chef Alexandros Kagianaris created Stout, a neighborhood restaurant that is a simple, upscale restaurant redefining the idea of the local pub. They offer a vast selection of artisanal draft and bottled beers from around the world as well as an emerging list of wines together with the finest burger option in Los Angeles. **Chefs kiss**
Their mission is to serve the finest selection of unique, handcrafted draft microbrewed beers, along with fresh, creative food. And we think that’s pretty noble.
They serve the new-style burger: beef cooked medium rare, organic ground chicken, or a quinoa-based veggie option, dressed with a variety of homemade toppings such as onions cooked down to the sweetness of maple syrup, specialty cheeses, smoky bacon, arugula, and roasted tomatoes.
Drop-in for a mid-afternoon burger, and a craft beer. Can you say an afternoon well spent?
Living in Los Angeles is a lot of fun. I mean, life at The Amor sounds pretty great, right? If you think so, get more information and schedule a viewing.