Located across from the Mann's Chinese theater and the Kodak Theater, this is a little gem in the midst of tourist traps. Their burgers are delicious, cooked to perfection, as are the fries and onion rings. Like most burger places, the portions are quite large, and it is hard to clean your plate. A burger and fries with a coke will run over $15. Parking is readily available at the hotel or in one of the nearby lots.
I was surprised to love this place so much. i hate the Roosevelt... its kinda poser to me. They try to be so La but everyone there is from orange county. but the vibe in 25 degrees was great and the food was freaky awesome because you can get what ever you want! you create your own food.
An incredibly good burger, cooked as ordered (one of our party even requested their burger rare, which is hard to find any more). Excellent sides--both the fries and the rings. The liquor license is a definite plus--excellent beef with a good glass of red. Sure the place is trendy, but consider the location: across from Mann's Chinese Theater--be glad this place isn't some silly family-oriented Chuck E Friday's.
The service was great. The fries were really salty, but the burgers were awesome. The onion rings are worth going in for. My friend said that the tomato soup is the best he has ever had. If you don't mind paying $9-$20 for a burger, and if you can get passed a waitstaff dressed in Ed Hardy tshirts then this is the place for you.