See The Sights Of Selling Sunset

With the eagerly awaited Selling Sunset back on our screens with Season 5 it is time to do a deep dive into places you can go to when visiting West Hollywood

With the eagerly awaited Selling Sunset back on our screens with Season 5 it is time to do a deep dive into places you can go to when visiting West Hollywood and get a glimpse into the glamorous life of the cast.

What to see

  • The Oppenheim Group

First off, the Oppenheim Group offices lie on the corner of Sunset Blvd and Sunset Plaza Drive and are glass fronted, meaning visitors can stroll and take a peek at Amanza, Chrishell, Christine, Davina, Heather, Mary, Maya and, new to the group, Chelsea hard at work. It’s an open-plan office, which even has a bar and a coffee cart.

Where to eat


  • Holy Roly

When you’re craving something sweet, enjoy Holy Roly’s organic, rolled ice cream. Located on Melrose Avenue this is a must visit shop for those wanting to cool down and discuss the latest gossip from the office. Holy Roly has a dedicated team who have been putting their best effort to make most of the ingredients organic with numerous practices and tries to provide even better tastes and flavours making the best desserts in LA.Stone Street Cafe

  • Stone Street Cafe

Stone Street LA is an all-day cafe and bar on Melrose Avenue that originated from the famed namesake roaster in Brooklyn. Following their success as a walk-up coffee shop in New York for ten years, they opened their LA outpost in 2021 to bring artisanal coffee, house-made cocktails and an all-day menu of bicoastal-inspired fare to the avenue. Sit down and enjoy a delicious coffee whilst reminiscing over the time Christine and Jason discuss Christine’s future at the brokerage and when Jason meets with Chelsea Lazkani in the very same place.

Fine dining

  • Tesse

Tesse is a French restaurant featuring the dynamic, continental-inspired cuisine of Chef Raphael Francois and Pastry Chef Sally Camacho Mueller, served in a chic dining room on Sunset Boulevard in the heart of West Hollywood. An extensive wine programme from Jordan Ogron is supplemented by Boutellier, an exclusive wine store adjacent to the restaurant. A French-leaning craft cocktail program designed by Nick Meyer and Julian Cox is offered at the bar. While the iconic pâtés, terrines, rillettes and saucisses of his homeland are central to the menu, Chef Raphael also features a broad and finessed take on French classics, with meats and fish prepared on the wood-fired hearth that anchors the kitchen and lighter fare inspired by near-daily trips to LA’s outstanding Farmers Markets.

Where to drink

  • E.P & L.P

A Selling Sunset cast favourite E.P & L.P rooftop is the perfect place for late night drinks and panoramic views of L.A. The L.P. rooftop commands expansive views of the Hollywood hills and the sunset strip and is one of the largest rooftop patios in LA. L.P. features a global snack menu and crafted cocktails which are perfect for any get together, day or night. Operating on a first come first serve basis, make sure to get there early.

Where to stay

  • The London West Hollywood

Featuring in Selling Sunset Season 5, The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills offers a tranquil urban oasis that epitomises modern luxury for the most discerning guests. The award-winning hotel offers sumptuous suites – including oversized bathrooms with walk in showers, deep soaking bathtubs and private balconies. Whilst staying in the hotel, enjoy the expansive rooftop pool, private cabanas and unforgettable views of the city.

  • The Godfrey

Located a block south of Sunset Boulevard in the heart of LA’s iconic Hollywood enclave, The Godfrey Hotel Hollywood brings the distinct Chicago hospitality brand to the West Coast. Exuding the energy of old Hollywood, the hotel’s curated art programme and immersive interior design set the stage for supreme Hollywood moments. This hot Hollywood destination features 220 guestrooms, one of the largest rooftops in LA, four on-site bars, various indoor-outdoor event spaces and ALK, an energetic restaurant on the lobby level. Walking distance to Sunset Blvd, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, CNN Tower, Shopping, and Entertainment, the Godfrey Hollywood is the perfect spot for those wanting to experience the West Hollywood way of life.

Where to shop

  • EB Florals

A live zebra and performers with flaming hula-hoops were just some of the interesting additions to Christine’s infamous engagement party on Season 4 of Selling Sunset. The party took place at EB Florals, a mid-century building on Beverly Blvd housing a boutique selling fragrances, art gallery and event spaces including several courtyards. It’s run by celeb florist Eric Buterbaugh and Naomi Campbell, Demi Moore and Nicole Ritchie are rumoured to be fans.