733 N Seward St
Hollywood, CA 90038
Los Angeles County
Phone: (323) 856-4796
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National Comedy Theater - About Us
The National Comedy Theater for the most part serves as Comedy Sportz's home base. The group is made up of 20 to 30 sister teams and affiliates that perform across the United States. The theater is well-equipped and professional, but fairly nondescript, a perfect fit for the show's middle-of-the-road nature.
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by Rebecca C. on
Delicious! Last night i had dinner with my friends at Zahav and yum!!! Although it wasn't my first trip to this lovely establishment, it was probably my favorite!!!! I started out with a limonana from the bar, it's the best! Do not go here and not try it, you will regret it, a definite must have! We started our meal with hummus and laffa which is always good, and of course salatim, the eggplant is delicious, in fact i would be happy to order a bowl of just the eggplant salad!!! We ordered the tayim menu, and with 3 of us, we got 6 mezze dishes! The cauliflower, haloumi, challah w/sable, brussel sprouts, moussaka, and bourekas! The cauliflower and haloumi are always my favorites, but be forewarned, if you are expecting the haloumi with fig/date it is slightly different and still delicious!! The bourekas were perfect, delicious inside and just the right amount of fluffy and crunchy in the pastry! i was surprised by the brussel sprouts, preparation, but it was one of my favorite dishes of the night and the chalah with sable was fantastic! i had the fish for my main dish and it was very well cooked and tasty, a nice change from my typical order of eggplant! For Dessert I had the Cashew baklava, which was tasty, although in truth, a bit dry and my least favorite part of the meal...next time i'll go for the rice pudding or something with chocolate!
by Kristin B. on
"See and be seen" is not my scene. Given that, it might seem rather obscene that I had a really great time at Opera on a recent night out. However, my experience was probably a little atypical, given that: 1. We got free entry thanks to a well-connected friend and the fact that it was his birthday. 2. I didn't have to buy any drinks, thanks to the generosity aforementioned birthday boy. 3. We got there a little after 11pm and it wasn't crowded at all. 4. I was protected from all skeezy men thanks to our big group. If I could guarantee a repeat occurrence of all four of these factors, I could see going to Opera again in the future and would give it four stars. It is truly a beautiful atmosphere and has been stunningly redone. However, since I recognize that my first experience is unlikely to be repeated, I'll dock one star and say "thanks for the memories."