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Rainbow Bar & Grill is an ode to rock, with autographed photos lining the walls, vintage guitars scattered about, and visiting bands performing in the dim, mostly red space. At this Italian restaurant, "the rainbow special" is a popular pizza, with cheese stretching out of your mouth after each bite.
On a summer day in 1975, a 16-year-old girl carrying a Silvertone guitar took four public buses from Canoga Park to a two-story house in Huntington Beach. At the door, she was greeted by another 16-year-old, a surfing beauty with piercing blue... More »
It may be a nostalgia pit, but the Rainbow Bar & Grill’s colorful history goes beyond the hairsprayed metal hordes that cover its walls in photos and memorabilia. In the ’70s (it opened in ’72 with an Elton John party) it was the hangout for everyone from Led Zeppelin to John Lennon, and even the King himself, Elvis, who frequented the Rainbow after nights at the nearby Whisky and Roxy. Still, the place’s profile was heightened most in the ’80s when Guns... More »
Ate a hamburger next to SLASH here once. Good times, good burger. Always convenient to catch a drink or some food before or after a live show elsewhere on The Strip. I dig booths. This place has good ones.
The Rainbow is the epitome of '80s/'90s hair band rock. It's a total time warp and a quintessentially LA/Sunset Strip experience - the first time I ever came here was for Bret Michael's birthday party when I was like 21 (don't ask). There's this funny business with a cover to get in but then you get drink tickets so it all evens out. I've always preferred to fight my way into the small room with the bar rather than wait for a table. The burgers are pretty damned tasty. They have valet if you can't find street parking.
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