There’s an endless stream of touristy activities, from the TMZ tour buses and “characters” on Hollywood Boulevard to the Walk of Fame and iconic Hollywood sign, but the neighborhood is so much more. Hollywood is enjoying a renaissance thanks to a nonstop stream of new restaurants, bars, and clubs. There’s no shortage of iconic theaters (the Pantages, Palladium, Cinerama Dome) and architectural gems, like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, which is now open to the public. Take in a screening at American Cinemateque’s Egyptian Theatre, picnic at the Hollywood Bowl before a concert with the L.A. Philharmonic, and channel your inner Rat Pack-er at the 96 year-old Musso & Frank Grill. And if you know a magician, they can get you into the members-only Magic Castle, housed in a storied Victorian mansion.