7000 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA | Directions 9002834.101270 -118.341747
Open 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week
Neighborhoods: Central LA, Hollywood
Located in the Roosevelt Hotel, their burgers are enormous and very juicy. Make sure you order a Guinness milkshake (yes, it's spiked) to wash it down.
Stumbled here after clubbing (because grease totally helps prevent hangovers, right!?) and felt blessed to try their Guinness Milkshake! As if I needed more alcohol, haha.
Hip burger joint in the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel. Choose from three specialty concoctions or design your own burger. The adult milkshakes are legendary and make a great dessert. Open 24/7.
very good Hollywood burger – 25 Degrees pulls off a reasonably good version of an upscale, hip gourmet burger joint. They have a lot of choices for toppings if you want to design your own burger, three kinds of patties (sirloin, turkey or Boca), but only one bun. Service was good and pretty well informed. Milkshakes and fries were good too - the garlic parmesean sauce is over the top! We found our onion rings to be a bit on the greasy side and with the crust falling off - they were lightly battered, but in a good way. The burgers were good, but nothing to write home about. If I could cross the amazing food and menu of Lucky Devils with the service and ambience of 25 Degrees you would have the ultimate burger place in LA!
great burgers & rings; uninspired service – Great burgers and cooked to order (even for rare, which most places will over-do). Onion rings were good and not greasy -- and i don't usually like onion rings.
My only gripe was with the service -- something that shouldn't be too difficult for a burger bar. Kitchen screwed up one of our orders and instead of re-doing it they did the old 'scrape off the topping and put a new one on" approach which is just lazy and insulting. Also, why only half-bottles of wine?
I'd go back for the food for sure -- definitely one of the best burgers in town. By the way, I really don't get everyone's fascination with fathers' office -- burgers are so-so, you can't get ketchup (as if that's such a low-brow thing to want on a burger), and you spend most of your time trying to nab a seat or standing in line for a drink. And the cult-like following of all of the fathers' office clones is a bit creepy -- it's a bar, people -- not a fraternity.
Best Burger in LA – I have been to every burger place in LA and 25 degrees is consistently the best. The only close competition is Fathers Office. The burger at 25 degrees is always perfectly cooked to my medium rare request. the meat is perfectly marbled to stay juicy but not too greasy. The number one is the standout with bacon, caramelized onions, arugula, and the perfect combination of a triple fatted and bleu cheese. The fries and onion rings are also among the best in LA and can be accompanied by a variety of delicious sauces. the hot dog is also incredible. you can't go wrong t this place and i don't know why it hasn't gotten the recgnition it deserves.
Overrated Burgers.... – I just came back from 25 degrees and I was not impressed. My burger was very, very greasy, the meat was not very flavourful, in all honesty, nothing to write home about.
My fries were very tasty though.
I will not be returning nor would I tell someone else to go. My search for L.A's best burger continues!
service is slow, but a darn good burger – The best part about this place is that you can build your own burger from gourmet ingredients. And the burgers are really tasty. The servers are so Hollywood - outfitted in Ed Hardy tees and a little too cool to bring you your food. But, it's a sacrifice you may be willing to make for the burger.
Great for an after movie affair – Amesome burgers, very unique. I like the fact it's open late, and that's always a plus. I'm a cheese freak so the fact they have a wide selection of cheeses is good too.
Beautiful hamburger of substance in Hollywood's faux-glam. – Don't let the pretentious Hollywood vibe scare you. Any hamburger lover has to put this spot on their must-eat list, up there with Father's Office in Santa Monica and similar gourmet burger outposts. The bar seems lively but sit in the booths and it presents a surprising intimate venue for your burger experience. A great hamburger comes down to the meat and the meat here is very fine. There are a dozen of high-grade cheeses to choose from and an assortment of sauces. You can try their three recommended combinations or I recommend to build your own hamburger. There is a turkey burger or hot dog for those who don't want the red meat. They also have a large wine list, the contents of which they serve in a jug. I went there for a birthday party and eight of us had burgers, plenty of wine, fries for 25 dollars a person. That's not bad in my book or fun and a high-quality burger.
Poor Service, Less then Spectacular Food – Service extremely slow. Excuse was there were only two people working, but there were only two tables occupied in the entire restaurant; one server could have been devoted to one table and it would have all been good. Burgers were OK but certainly not spectacular. Price is way to high for the food and service here. Many other better choices exist.
top 5 burger – Yes, it is just a burger and everybody has their own favs, but this place puts out a magnificient burger.
Huge, thick burger that is still juicy although cooked through, great meat quality and flavor. The add-ons are nice and fresh (long list of cheeses) but basically normal. The fries are really good and they have dipping sauces that add an extra good flavor to the fries in the place of ketchup. The lemon-grass soda is awesome as a mixer with vodka. Overall great burger and good fries and drinks. Cool atmosphere also.
Good Burger, Not the Best in Hollywood – 25 degrees is about burgers and wine.
The burgers were good, actually came the way ordered unlike many burger places that ask how you want it and then bring it done well done no matter what. There is a good choice of toppings particularly cheeses. The fries were also very good, with some sort of spice combination that made them highly addictive.
My fiance who is a wine drinker was a little disappointed that they did not offer single glasses of wine but made do with a half bottle.
The service was a little slow but the waitress did apolgize and say they were short staffed. We did have a slight mix up with our food but it was easily fixed. We also had a mix up with our bill but again it was promptly fixed and apolgized for.
I would go again but don't plan on becoming a regular.
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