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Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel’s Signature Red Carpet Cocktails

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel’s Signature Red Carpet Cocktails


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One of Hollywood’s most glamorous hotels mixes cocktails inspired by silver screen legends

Welcome to a new travel series, where we focus on a hotel’s signature dish and/or cocktail. In the same way that cities and towns have local specialties to try, hotels develop signature items that guests shouldn’t miss — whether it’s a popular room-service dish they’ve perfected, a cocktail named after the hotel’s longtime bartender, or a seasonal specialty that repeat guests always look forward to. These are the things that they love to serve, and that you’ll really consider going back for.

This week, in honor of the upcoming Academy Awards, we’re turning to Hollywood Boulevard, where the Roosevelt Hotel is serving a new signature cocktail inspired by, and named after, a silver screen legend. The hotel’s mixologist, Matthew Biancaniello, has concocted a Hollywood-themed cocktail available throughout "red-carpet season" with his spicy and tangy "Mae West." It's a nod to her voluptuous figure and irrepressible wit and is made with Japanese pepper-spiced St. Germain, Hendrick’s gin, and yellow heirloom tomato juice strained into a glass and garnished with red peppers.

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel isn’t just a prime watering hole during red-carpet season because it’s a stone’s throw from the Kodak Theatre where the Oscars are held — it was actually the site of the first ever Academy Awards. In 1929, the Academy hosted a private dinner in a ballroom in the hotel and honored films from 1927 and 1928. Tickets were $5. (To put that in perspective, the Mae West cocktail described above goes for $15.)


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Lines can get long for this frozen, fruit-forward treat that offers a revitalizing reprieve after hours of riding the attractions. Served since 1976 out of the Dole-sponsored Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, Dole Whips are a must-have for many parkgoers who return year after year. The pineapple soft serve — which is both gluten-free and dairy-free — offers a refreshing burst of tropic-inspired flavor (and comes in a canary-yellow hue to boot). Often served afloat in sweet pineapple juice, it’s a particularly popular way to cool down on hotter days in the park.


10 Things I Ate About You: Disneyland and California Adventure

Disneyland and the neighboring California Adventure draw millions of visitors to experience thrilling rides and the chance to interact with Mickey Mouse and friends. In addition to the attractions and adventures designed to dazzle the kids (and kids at heart), the Happiest Place on Earth also entices with beyond-basic eats that put standard theme park fare to shame. Within the 150-plus acres that house both parks, you’ll find quick-serve spots offering a mix of concession stand classics (some even shaped like Mickey) and exotic treats such as chile-dusted mango slices and pineapple soft serve, along with restaurants that cater to a range of tastes, with decadent New Orleans-inspired dishes, elevated California cuisine and more. Dig in!

Breakfast Delight: Bananas Foster French Toast

If little ones are in tow, a fun way to fuel up in the morning is at the character breakfast featuring face-to-face time with Mickey and friends. The Surf’s Up! Breakfast at the on-property Paradise Pier Hotel offers a morning buffet with protein-packed staples, such as customizable omelets, and whimsical yet hearty dishes like Mickey-shaped Belgian waffles — all while a handful of Disney characters visit the tables for photo ops. The Bananas Foster French toast shines with caramelized bananas and a sweet, but not saccharine, Foster sauce drizzled over thick pieces of cinnamon-dusted triangle toast.

A Refreshing Twist: Dole Whip

Lines can get long for this frozen, fruit-forward treat that offers a revitalizing reprieve after hours of riding the attractions. Served since 1976 out of the Dole-sponsored Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, Dole Whips are a must-have for many parkgoers who return year after year. The pineapple soft serve — which is both gluten-free and dairy-free — offers a refreshing burst of tropic-inspired flavor (and comes in a canary-yellow hue to boot). Often served afloat in sweet pineapple juice, it’s a particularly popular way to cool down on hotter days in the park.


10 Things I Ate About You: Disneyland and California Adventure

Disneyland and the neighboring California Adventure draw millions of visitors to experience thrilling rides and the chance to interact with Mickey Mouse and friends. In addition to the attractions and adventures designed to dazzle the kids (and kids at heart), the Happiest Place on Earth also entices with beyond-basic eats that put standard theme park fare to shame. Within the 150-plus acres that house both parks, you’ll find quick-serve spots offering a mix of concession stand classics (some even shaped like Mickey) and exotic treats such as chile-dusted mango slices and pineapple soft serve, along with restaurants that cater to a range of tastes, with decadent New Orleans-inspired dishes, elevated California cuisine and more. Dig in!

Breakfast Delight: Bananas Foster French Toast

If little ones are in tow, a fun way to fuel up in the morning is at the character breakfast featuring face-to-face time with Mickey and friends. The Surf’s Up! Breakfast at the on-property Paradise Pier Hotel offers a morning buffet with protein-packed staples, such as customizable omelets, and whimsical yet hearty dishes like Mickey-shaped Belgian waffles — all while a handful of Disney characters visit the tables for photo ops. The Bananas Foster French toast shines with caramelized bananas and a sweet, but not saccharine, Foster sauce drizzled over thick pieces of cinnamon-dusted triangle toast.

A Refreshing Twist: Dole Whip

Lines can get long for this frozen, fruit-forward treat that offers a revitalizing reprieve after hours of riding the attractions. Served since 1976 out of the Dole-sponsored Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, Dole Whips are a must-have for many parkgoers who return year after year. The pineapple soft serve — which is both gluten-free and dairy-free — offers a refreshing burst of tropic-inspired flavor (and comes in a canary-yellow hue to boot). Often served afloat in sweet pineapple juice, it’s a particularly popular way to cool down on hotter days in the park.


10 Things I Ate About You: Disneyland and California Adventure

Disneyland and the neighboring California Adventure draw millions of visitors to experience thrilling rides and the chance to interact with Mickey Mouse and friends. In addition to the attractions and adventures designed to dazzle the kids (and kids at heart), the Happiest Place on Earth also entices with beyond-basic eats that put standard theme park fare to shame. Within the 150-plus acres that house both parks, you’ll find quick-serve spots offering a mix of concession stand classics (some even shaped like Mickey) and exotic treats such as chile-dusted mango slices and pineapple soft serve, along with restaurants that cater to a range of tastes, with decadent New Orleans-inspired dishes, elevated California cuisine and more. Dig in!

Breakfast Delight: Bananas Foster French Toast

If little ones are in tow, a fun way to fuel up in the morning is at the character breakfast featuring face-to-face time with Mickey and friends. The Surf’s Up! Breakfast at the on-property Paradise Pier Hotel offers a morning buffet with protein-packed staples, such as customizable omelets, and whimsical yet hearty dishes like Mickey-shaped Belgian waffles — all while a handful of Disney characters visit the tables for photo ops. The Bananas Foster French toast shines with caramelized bananas and a sweet, but not saccharine, Foster sauce drizzled over thick pieces of cinnamon-dusted triangle toast.

A Refreshing Twist: Dole Whip

Lines can get long for this frozen, fruit-forward treat that offers a revitalizing reprieve after hours of riding the attractions. Served since 1976 out of the Dole-sponsored Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, Dole Whips are a must-have for many parkgoers who return year after year. The pineapple soft serve — which is both gluten-free and dairy-free — offers a refreshing burst of tropic-inspired flavor (and comes in a canary-yellow hue to boot). Often served afloat in sweet pineapple juice, it’s a particularly popular way to cool down on hotter days in the park.


10 Things I Ate About You: Disneyland and California Adventure

Disneyland and the neighboring California Adventure draw millions of visitors to experience thrilling rides and the chance to interact with Mickey Mouse and friends. In addition to the attractions and adventures designed to dazzle the kids (and kids at heart), the Happiest Place on Earth also entices with beyond-basic eats that put standard theme park fare to shame. Within the 150-plus acres that house both parks, you’ll find quick-serve spots offering a mix of concession stand classics (some even shaped like Mickey) and exotic treats such as chile-dusted mango slices and pineapple soft serve, along with restaurants that cater to a range of tastes, with decadent New Orleans-inspired dishes, elevated California cuisine and more. Dig in!

Breakfast Delight: Bananas Foster French Toast

If little ones are in tow, a fun way to fuel up in the morning is at the character breakfast featuring face-to-face time with Mickey and friends. The Surf’s Up! Breakfast at the on-property Paradise Pier Hotel offers a morning buffet with protein-packed staples, such as customizable omelets, and whimsical yet hearty dishes like Mickey-shaped Belgian waffles — all while a handful of Disney characters visit the tables for photo ops. The Bananas Foster French toast shines with caramelized bananas and a sweet, but not saccharine, Foster sauce drizzled over thick pieces of cinnamon-dusted triangle toast.

A Refreshing Twist: Dole Whip

Lines can get long for this frozen, fruit-forward treat that offers a revitalizing reprieve after hours of riding the attractions. Served since 1976 out of the Dole-sponsored Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, Dole Whips are a must-have for many parkgoers who return year after year. The pineapple soft serve — which is both gluten-free and dairy-free — offers a refreshing burst of tropic-inspired flavor (and comes in a canary-yellow hue to boot). Often served afloat in sweet pineapple juice, it’s a particularly popular way to cool down on hotter days in the park.


10 Things I Ate About You: Disneyland and California Adventure

Disneyland and the neighboring California Adventure draw millions of visitors to experience thrilling rides and the chance to interact with Mickey Mouse and friends. In addition to the attractions and adventures designed to dazzle the kids (and kids at heart), the Happiest Place on Earth also entices with beyond-basic eats that put standard theme park fare to shame. Within the 150-plus acres that house both parks, you’ll find quick-serve spots offering a mix of concession stand classics (some even shaped like Mickey) and exotic treats such as chile-dusted mango slices and pineapple soft serve, along with restaurants that cater to a range of tastes, with decadent New Orleans-inspired dishes, elevated California cuisine and more. Dig in!

Breakfast Delight: Bananas Foster French Toast

If little ones are in tow, a fun way to fuel up in the morning is at the character breakfast featuring face-to-face time with Mickey and friends. The Surf’s Up! Breakfast at the on-property Paradise Pier Hotel offers a morning buffet with protein-packed staples, such as customizable omelets, and whimsical yet hearty dishes like Mickey-shaped Belgian waffles — all while a handful of Disney characters visit the tables for photo ops. The Bananas Foster French toast shines with caramelized bananas and a sweet, but not saccharine, Foster sauce drizzled over thick pieces of cinnamon-dusted triangle toast.

A Refreshing Twist: Dole Whip

Lines can get long for this frozen, fruit-forward treat that offers a revitalizing reprieve after hours of riding the attractions. Served since 1976 out of the Dole-sponsored Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, Dole Whips are a must-have for many parkgoers who return year after year. The pineapple soft serve — which is both gluten-free and dairy-free — offers a refreshing burst of tropic-inspired flavor (and comes in a canary-yellow hue to boot). Often served afloat in sweet pineapple juice, it’s a particularly popular way to cool down on hotter days in the park.


10 Things I Ate About You: Disneyland and California Adventure

Disneyland and the neighboring California Adventure draw millions of visitors to experience thrilling rides and the chance to interact with Mickey Mouse and friends. In addition to the attractions and adventures designed to dazzle the kids (and kids at heart), the Happiest Place on Earth also entices with beyond-basic eats that put standard theme park fare to shame. Within the 150-plus acres that house both parks, you’ll find quick-serve spots offering a mix of concession stand classics (some even shaped like Mickey) and exotic treats such as chile-dusted mango slices and pineapple soft serve, along with restaurants that cater to a range of tastes, with decadent New Orleans-inspired dishes, elevated California cuisine and more. Dig in!

Breakfast Delight: Bananas Foster French Toast

If little ones are in tow, a fun way to fuel up in the morning is at the character breakfast featuring face-to-face time with Mickey and friends. The Surf’s Up! Breakfast at the on-property Paradise Pier Hotel offers a morning buffet with protein-packed staples, such as customizable omelets, and whimsical yet hearty dishes like Mickey-shaped Belgian waffles — all while a handful of Disney characters visit the tables for photo ops. The Bananas Foster French toast shines with caramelized bananas and a sweet, but not saccharine, Foster sauce drizzled over thick pieces of cinnamon-dusted triangle toast.

A Refreshing Twist: Dole Whip

Lines can get long for this frozen, fruit-forward treat that offers a revitalizing reprieve after hours of riding the attractions. Served since 1976 out of the Dole-sponsored Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, Dole Whips are a must-have for many parkgoers who return year after year. The pineapple soft serve — which is both gluten-free and dairy-free — offers a refreshing burst of tropic-inspired flavor (and comes in a canary-yellow hue to boot). Often served afloat in sweet pineapple juice, it’s a particularly popular way to cool down on hotter days in the park.


10 Things I Ate About You: Disneyland and California Adventure

Disneyland and the neighboring California Adventure draw millions of visitors to experience thrilling rides and the chance to interact with Mickey Mouse and friends. In addition to the attractions and adventures designed to dazzle the kids (and kids at heart), the Happiest Place on Earth also entices with beyond-basic eats that put standard theme park fare to shame. Within the 150-plus acres that house both parks, you’ll find quick-serve spots offering a mix of concession stand classics (some even shaped like Mickey) and exotic treats such as chile-dusted mango slices and pineapple soft serve, along with restaurants that cater to a range of tastes, with decadent New Orleans-inspired dishes, elevated California cuisine and more. Dig in!

Breakfast Delight: Bananas Foster French Toast

If little ones are in tow, a fun way to fuel up in the morning is at the character breakfast featuring face-to-face time with Mickey and friends. The Surf’s Up! Breakfast at the on-property Paradise Pier Hotel offers a morning buffet with protein-packed staples, such as customizable omelets, and whimsical yet hearty dishes like Mickey-shaped Belgian waffles — all while a handful of Disney characters visit the tables for photo ops. The Bananas Foster French toast shines with caramelized bananas and a sweet, but not saccharine, Foster sauce drizzled over thick pieces of cinnamon-dusted triangle toast.

A Refreshing Twist: Dole Whip

Lines can get long for this frozen, fruit-forward treat that offers a revitalizing reprieve after hours of riding the attractions. Served since 1976 out of the Dole-sponsored Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, Dole Whips are a must-have for many parkgoers who return year after year. The pineapple soft serve — which is both gluten-free and dairy-free — offers a refreshing burst of tropic-inspired flavor (and comes in a canary-yellow hue to boot). Often served afloat in sweet pineapple juice, it’s a particularly popular way to cool down on hotter days in the park.



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