This park was named in honor of Johnny Carson, the Tonight Show host who helped put Downtown Burbank on the map. At the park you can see a bronze plaque honoring the late TV host. It also has extensively maintained green space, a river outwash with rocky landscaped borders, and a sanded course running up and above the lower level and back down again. Whether people want to exercise on the metal exercise bars, read under the shaded trees, swing on the swing sets or just relax, Johnny Carson Park is a great place to visit in Burbank.
The historic Starlight Bowl features quality music and entertainment in an amphitheater with great sight lines, grassy picnic areas and comfortable seating. Concerts and other events are offered throughout the summer.
Founded by a group of Los Angeles TV actors eager to return to their theatre roots, the Colony Theatre stage is graced by premieres of popular plays, renditions of cult classics and artistic favorites. Its intimate theater provides stadium seating, ensuring that there are no bad seats in the house, regardless of where your ticket is.
Theatre Banshee is a non-profit professional theatre company founded in 1994 in the Los Angeles area. The company believes theatre is a vital part of cultural landscape. While the company specializes in the plays and playwrights of Ireland, they also seek to create drama that illuminates humanity at large.
If you have looked at old time pictures of how the West was won, and wondered where Burbank fit into that scene, the Gordon R. Howard Museum can answer your questions. The Museum and Burbank Historical Society occupying the same location, houses many categories of Burbank history. The police force, the fire engines, the parade photographs, the early buildings and the unusual sights of long gone structures that were once found in the city of Burbank.
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Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but someday you should take advantage of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour. After all, it's where scenes from Casablanca, one of the world's most beloved movies, were filmed. In addition to seeing motion-picture memorabilia from epic classics, the tour takes visitors by tram through back lots, sound stages and working sets. Lucky visitors may get a glimpse of the next great movie or a taping of one of their favorite shows.
Thai cuisine meets sushi at Gindi Thai in a modern, elegant room reminiscent of a sleek West Hollywood lounge. Gindi Thai offers two tempting authentic Asian cuisines: sushi and Thai food. You'll be happy to find hints of Thai flavor in certain sushi items.
Picanha Restaurant serves up traditional Brazilian style churrascaria in in the entertainment district of the Media City Center. Picanha also provides more than delicious food - visitors step into the complete Brazilian cowboy dining experience.
Granville serves American comfort food the way it should be done, sourcing local and sustainable ingredients and incorporating them into wholesome dishes that really hit the spot. Try one of their vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free options like carrot-cake hotcakes or smoked chili.
You can't go to Burbank without visiting Bob's Big Boy, a landmark eatery built in 1949. The towering sign and distinct architectural style are so iconic that the restaurant has been designated as a California Point of Historical Interest. Stop in to admire the classic mid-century design and, while you're at it, don't miss their famous burgers and milkshakes.
This Cuban bakery features cakes, cookies, strudels, and all other kinds of sweets, but there are savory options, too. Try the pork tamales, rellenito, or Empanada Gallega (large chicken pie).
Breakfast is everything at Bea Bea's, a local favorite where breakfast and lunch are served all day. You'll find a creative menu with tons of pancake varieties like Apple Cobbler, Chocolate Fantasy and Blue Hawaiian (pancakes with blueberries, bananas and macadamia nuts). If pancakes aren't your style, Bea Bea's also offers waffles, crepes, sandwiches, burgers, salads and more.
Arnie Morton's of Chicago The Steakhouse, the nation's premier steakhouse group, specializes in classic, hearty fare, serving generous portions of USDA prime aged beef, as well as fresh fish, lobster and chicken entrees. Morton's is famous for its animated signature tableside menu presentation, and the menu features a variety of favorite cuts, including a 24 ounce porterhouse, which is the house specialty; a 20 ounce New York sirloin and a 14 ounce double cut filet.
The Castaway Restaurant and Banquet Center is located high in the Burbank hills overlooking De Bell Golf Course, with a breathtaking city view that is spectacular day or night. It is appropriately nicknamed "The Jewel on the Hill" and has been a landmark in the Burbank area for over 40 years.
The Best of Burbank Award by Leaders newspaper in the last 10 years. They offer an original, fusion and vegetarian Thai menu that preserves the real taste of amazing Thailand.
Are you looking for a casual, family-style restaurant with a friendly star-studded atmosphere? Look no further than The Smokehouse. While you're here, you can enjoy dining at its best, as well as being treated like a star. You will love the American and Continental cuisine that includes prime rib, aged steaks, rack of lamb, BBQ ribs, fresh seafood, daily chef specials and much more.
Great for steak and so much more. Black Angus Steakhouse has built its reputation on providing a Genuine American Steakhouse experience to remember. Their Chefs are proud to serve only Black Angus steaks that are carefully aged, fresh-cut daily, and grilled over an open flame. Other specialties include a variety of succulent seafood, fall-off-the-bone Baby Back Ribs and their famous slow-roasted Prime Rib. Whatever you're craving, they pride ourselves at Black Angus Steakhouse for superior quality, friendly service, and great food. It's more than a tradition - it's their passion every day.
Spago Beverly Hills is the foundation of Wolfgang Puck and Barbara Lazaroff's fine dining group. The brilliant culinary creations of James Beard Award-winning Chef Lee Hefter as well as the superlative service are constantly recognized as the ultimate in fine dining. The open-air garden is the jewel of the restaurant, featuring two imported one hundred-year-old olive trees and a sculpted granite fountain. As popular for lunch as it is dinner, Spago is famous for table-hopping, people watching and the grandest of parties.
Vibrant colors and scents of flowering plants, statuesque fountains and meandering paths through soft grass are all found on the 2.5 acres of Pickwick Gardens. In addition to nature, Pickwick offers a skating rink and bowling alley. The rink is in a full-size, state-of-the-art arena that even offers lessons to the uninitiated. The bowling alley is a local favorite that stays open until 1:00am on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Tin Horn Flats Bar & Grill is a sport bar established since 1939 in Burbank. They have a big selection of beers and drinks as well as a food menu featuring classic American bar fare; burgers, wings, and hot dogs. This bar is very popular with Chicago Bear's Fans.
Laughter is the best medicine at Flappers, an intimate comedy club that features everything from big name acts to emerging comedians and even open-mic amateurs. This popular venue attracts a crowd on the weekends, but luckily there's not a bad seat in the house, even when it's packed.
Burbank's luxurious Town Center provides shopping and dining galore, plus a play area for kids and other amenities. Enjoy a selection of larger department stores, small shops and boutiques, and a variety of fine restaurants.