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Hollywood is a city in the U.S. state of Florida. It is situated in south eastern Broward County, 6 miles from North Miami Beach. The city has a stretch of Atlantic Ocean beach that is close to 6 miles long.
Companies with headquarters in Hollywood include HEICO, and the Invicta Watch Group. Besides manufacturing and corporate offices, Invicta also has its customer service call center in the area. Top employers with office space or other facilities in the Hollywood, Florida area include Memorial Healthcare System, The Continental Group, City of Hollywood, Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa, Memorial Regional Hospital South, and BrandsMart USA.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Near Hollywood, Florida you will find North Miami Beach and the authentic Medieval Spanish monastery, the St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church. Purchased in the 1920s by William Randolph Hearst, this stone building was built in Sacramenia, Segovia, Spain in the 12th century. When purchased, the monastery was dismantled, shipped to the United States, and rebuilt. This stone building is a major tourist attraction and is one of the oldest buildings in the Western Hemisphere. Dining options in Hollywood, Florida include Billy’s Stone Crab Waterfront Seafood Restaurant, Mama Mia Restaurant, Lola’s On Harrison, The Le Tub Saloon, Sugar Reef, and Mickey Byrne’s Irish Pub & Restaurant. Laura’s Cuban Restaurant is famed for its truly authentic Cuban food and delicious sangria, the waiters are attentive and the prices are reasonable.
The nearest major airport to Hollywood is Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Featuring international and domestic flights, this airport is 5 miles from the city center. Interstate 95 runs through the heart of the city, intersecting with Interstate 595 north of the city and with Miami in the south. The city is served by Broward County Transit, offering bus routes through the city of Hollywood. Tri-Rail and Amtrak rail services operate from Hollywood Station, located at the intersection of the Hollywood Boulevard and Interstate 95.