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25 Degrees

7000 Hollywood Blvd. (N. Orange Dr.) Send to Phone
323-785-7244 | Menu
Burgers and fries go upscale around the clock at The Hollywood Roosevelt hotel.
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25 Degrees Restaurant Review

: Located in the upscale Hollywood Roosevelt hotel and under the toque of restaurateurs Tim and Liza Goodell, 25 Degrees could be the restaurant that best epitomizes the revitalization of Hollywood. Named after the difference in temperature between a medium-rare and a well-done burger, this hip version of a burger joint in a historic building is now open 24 hours. While the Dodd Mitchell design may be a bit busy for our tastes, the crystal chandeliers and polished wood add an air of elegance to the classic American concept. Diners choose from four gourmet burgers (#1 is topped with Gorgonzola and Crescenza cheeses, bacon, caramelized onions, arugula and Thousand Island dressing), or build their own (beef, turkey or vegetable) from a variety of upscale condiments (prosciutto, portobello mushroom), cheeses (Red Hawk, burrata) and sauces (tarragon rémoulade, chipotle). Don’t miss the onion rings and the fries, perfect for dipping into any of a dozen different sauces. Soup, salad and sandwiches are also offered. Beverages range from milkshakes to a full bar, beer on tap, and a selection of wines by the glass or bottle.

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a disappointment
by kamnesia3 on Tue Jun 08, 2010 6:55 pm
 
Great location, casual atmosphere, but that is where the positive comments stop. The service was atrocious! There were 9 employees behind the counter and the restaurant was not that busy. We sat at the counter and waited and waited for service. Instead of waiting on people, they were having conversations with each other. There were several visibly upset customers around us. We eventually ordered sweet potato fries and had 2 drinks while we waited. The fries were ok. Overpriced.
 
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