Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood Florida

Inside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino | 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, FL 33314
Gladly Accepted
AAA Discount Rewards Card ARC Europe Discount Card

Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 12:00AM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 1:00AM

Bar Hours:

Sun-Thu 11:00AM - 1:00AM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 2:00AM


Mon - Fri 4:00PM - 7:00PM

Friday-Saturday 10:00PM-12Midnight    


Daily 10:00AM - Close

Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood Florida Memorabilia

View Photos

Steve "Fuzz" Kmak

Musicman 5-string Bass

This custom Musicman 5- string was the weapn of choice for Fuzz during Chicago metal monsters Disturbed's 2003 Ozzfest tour in support of their blockbuster album Believe.

John Paul Jones

Wal Fretless Bass

When people think Led Zeppelin, bassist, keyboardist, arranger John Paul Jones is almost always the last band member discussed. Why is that? The guy is an absolutely brilliant musician and his contribution to Zeppelin is every bit as important as Page, Plant or Bonham's. His Motown-inspired basslines gave Led Zeppelin a unique groove that put them far beyond the typical heavy rock band and his keyboard playing was absolutely crucial to the group. Also, he rocked a perfect "Prince Valiant" hairdo in The Song Remains the Same. You've got to love that. As a producer and arranger in his post-Zeppelin years, JPJ has worked with some truly cutting-edge artists like the Butthole Surfers, Raging Slab and Diamanda Galas. This badass fretless Wal bass was part of Jonesey's arsenal in the '80s.

Rudy Sarzo

Washburn Bass

If you haven't seen Tawny Kitaen's star turn on the hood of a Jaguar in Whitesnake's video for "Here I Go Again" from the Slip of the Tongue album, you either don't pay attention to rock music to all, or you live in a monastery in the Himalayas. The clip has become an iconic symbol of '80s rock. It also catapulted Whitesnake to the top of the charts. You've got to wonder how much money Tawny was paid for making the guys superstars. When they hit the road in support of Slip of the Tongue, they were an arena-filling juggernaut. Bassist Rudy Sarzo used this flashy Washburn bass on the tour and later donated it to us.

Specials & Promotions