The Entourage movie is finally out, and while most peoples’ lives are nothing like those of Vince Chase and his friends Eric, Johnny, and Turtle, you can still eat and drink at the Los Angeles establishments they frequent on the show. It might even be the closest most of us could get to their lives.
You can definitely expect to see celebrities at popular spots like Urth Caffé, just as you can expect to see agents yelling at people over the phone at Wolfgang’s. We looked through our Entourage Guide to LA and selected five places we think are ideal for celebrating the boys’ return.
Though the best restaurants in Los Angeles aren’t on this list, you can probably expect to see many of the industry’s top people at these spots.
With its fantastic ocean views and top-quality seafood, it’s not surprising that Geoffrey’s Malibu is one of the spots frequented by the crew. You might recognize it as the place Eric proposed to Sloan in season six.
Pink's Hot Dogs
Angelenos are ever loyal to Pink’s, and the boys of Entourage are no exception. In season one, Vinny, Drama, Turtle, and Eric stand in line and bargain with Ari for better basketball tickets. If you want a more expensive and exotic option that would probably be frequented by the four men, you’ll be glad to learn that Pink’s is opening a location in the Philippines.
Tropicana Bar at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Living the high life in Los Angeles wouldn’t be complete without poolside drinking, eating, and partying, and the best place to do that Entourage-style is the Tropicana Bar at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood.
The original Melrose Avenue location of Urth Caffe is where you might spot A-listers getting their Spanish lattes as well as waiters reading scripts on their breaks. Adrien Grenier even celebrated his 32nd birthday there with fellow cast members Kevin Dillon and Kevin Connolly.
Not to be confused with any Wolfgang Puck establishment, Wolfgang’s is a sleek dark-wood room serving thick-cut steaks and dirty martinis. It’s where you’d find power players like Ari Gold doing business.