The Hollywood Roosevelt Unveils New Menus at Famed Poolside Restaurant Tropicana Café and Bids Farewell to Public Kitchen & Bar

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Iconic Hotel in the Heart of Hollywood Invites Foodies for a South Pacific-Inspired Menu Curated by Executive Chef David Tieg, While Preparing to Launch New Culinary Concepts in 2020

Summer may be over, but The Hollywood Roosevelt continues to celebrate the spirt of the season by introducing all-new lunch and dinner menus at Tropicana Café. Beginning October 14th, guests can dine al fresco while sitting under palm trees beside a priceless piece of artwork, the recently restored David Hockney-painted Tropicana Pool. The uniquely crafted menu, inspired by the South Pacific and created by Executive Chef David Tieg, boasts signature dishes including Hawaiian Style Ahi Poke and Vegan Potstickers; along with Tamarind Glazed Pork Ribs and Sugar Cane Prawns.

The expanded menus encourage locals and guests to celebrate the best of Los Angeles, in a setting that is a true oasis in the heart Hollywood. After lingering over fresh entrees and enjoying hand crafted cocktails, an irresistible dessert menu by Executive Pastry Chef Orlando Maldonado beckons, featuring delectable treats such as baked South Seas, Maldonado’s take on a traditional baked Alaska with tropical flavors, or a gourmet Key Lime Pie.

Tropicana Café serves breakfast from 8:00am – 12:00pm, lunch from 12:00pm – 5:00pm and dinner from 5:00pm – 10:00pm, daily. Group and family style options are also available. Reservations are available online here.

In celebration of Public Kitchen & Bar’s successful residency at The Hollywood Roosevelt, the iconic hotel welcomes its guests to celebrate the restaurant’s final service days with complimentary prosecco and bar bites from 7:00pm – 9:00pm, through September 28th. Public Kitchen & Bar will then close while the space is transformed into an exciting new chef-driven venue in partnership with the acclaimed Nancy Silverton. The Barish, Silverton’s Italian steakhouse named after her ancestors, who were cattle ranchers in Saskatchewan, Canada during the early 20th century, is set to open in early 2020.

For more information about Tropicana Café or to book a room at The Hollywood Roosevelt, call
(323) 466-7000 or visit http://www.thehollywoodroosevelt.com.

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About The Hollywood Roosevelt
The Hollywood Roosevelt is a legendary boutique hotel and entertainment industry institution that has long been a favorite of A-List actors, directors, musicians and artists. The site of the first Academy Awards in 1929, The Hollywood Roosevelt once played home to illustrious icons such as Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable, and continues to serve as California’s epicenter for industry movers and shakers to convene, create, and indulge. After nearly a century in operation, the hotel, ranked the top hotel in Hollywood by the 2018 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, remains a landmark housing a rotating display of art and entertainment events and residencies, including celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo’s secret studio and The Magic Show, created by Justin Willman from the Netflix series “Magic for Humans.” With a variety of accommodations ranging from luxe, retro poolside Cabanas to chic Tower rooms with stunning views of the Hollywood Hills, the hotel offers a glamorous escape. The heated outdoor swimming pool situated beneath over 230 towering palm trees, provides guests the only locale in the world where they can swim in a work of art painted by acclaimed artist David Hockney. From 24-hour upscale diner 25 Degrees to sophisticated American brasserie Public Kitchen & Bar, and quintessential Tinseltown hangouts The Spare Room, Tropicana Café, and Library Bar, The Hollywood Roosevelt is the most coveted place to see and be seen in Los Angeles.

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