At Hotel Bel Air you can see the likes of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett.

The Peninsula, also known as the "CAA commissary." Located right next door to the Creative Artist Agency, it practically guarantees of agents triple-A celebrity or two (Jennefer Aniston and Brad Pitt have been by) relaxing in the plush bar or grabbing a bite at The Belvedeere restaurant.

Chateau Marmont, which has been around since 1929, attracts he hottest and edgiest music, film and television youngsters, including J.J. Abrams (creator of Felicity), Keanu Reeves (who has been known to live in the hotel for months at a time), Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurma, and Janeane Garofalo.

The Argyle, where every Wednesday and Friday the fenix is the hotte st meal ticket in town. On any given Friday you can meet up to Neve Campbel, Justin Murdoch or Adam Duritz.

The best part about North is that it spans the spectrum, attracting everyone from production assistants to their bosses, artsy Hollywood residents to TV amd movie stars alike. Among the fun people we spotted were George Clooney, Ben Affleck, Lara Flynn Boyle, Mathew Perry, Matt Damon, Shannon Doherty, Stephen Dorff, Heather Graham, Ed Burns, Ed Norton, Taylor Hackford, director George Armitrage, and BWR publicist Henry Ashulman.

In Hollywood you don't need a telescope to star gaze, just the right seat in the right (celebrity saturated) restaurants. And if its the A-list you want to focus on, just polish your lens and make reservations at Morton's, an airy little eatery hidden behind a grove of lazy palms at the corner of Melrose Avenue and Robertson Boulevard, where the industry's best and busttiest have been schmoozing over California cuisine for the past 20 years. You can spot the likes of: Michael Eisner, Marilyn Manson, Ben Stein, Arsenio Hall and Julia Roberts.

Jason Biggs, Tara Reid, Natasha Lyonne, Shannon Elizabeth, Chris Klein, and Alyson Hannigan et al was among the hundreds of revelers who filled the Universal Hard Rock Cafe to capacity. Ben Affleck, Edward Furlonf, Charlize Theron raised the celeb quotient, while Jeffrey Katzenberg, Stacey Snider and Ron Meyer provided excutive support.

Larry Flynt the publisher of Hustler held a 25th Anniversary party for his magazine at MillionAir's Airplane hanger in the valley area of southern California.