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Musso & Frank Grill, The

ADDRESS: 6667 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

CUISINE: American Traditional, Oysters, Steak, Seafood, Sandwiches, Italian, Breakfast

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Little changed by time, The Musso & Frank Grill keeps Old Hollywood alive as Tinseltown's longest-standing restaurant, serving the silver screen elite and the movie-going public since 1919. The legendary martinis have fueled the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway - William Faulkner used to mix his own mint juleps here - while the dark mahogany tables and red leather banquettes once served as Orson Welles' work space. Old-school through and through, the classic grill room's menu offers Welsh rarebit and veal scaloppini, just as in Humphrey Bogart's day, while locals have been stopping in for a helping of the trademark flannel cakes since Raymond Chandler was a regular.

 

 

Full bar. Serving breakfast (from 11 am), lunch and dinner Tue-Sat. Closed Sun-Mon.

"Musso's, if you look at it a certain way, is a living museum of 1920s American cuisine: the avocado cocktails, crab Louie, jellied consommé, grilled lamb kidneys and Wednesday sauerbraten that William Faulkner and Charlie Chaplin used to enjoy, presumably after they had lubricated their insides with gin."

— Jonathan Gold, Los Angeles Times, 101 Best Restaurants

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Little changed by time, The Musso & Frank Grill keeps Old Hollywood alive as Tinseltown's longest-standing restaurant, serving the silver screen elite and the movie-going public since 1919. The legendary martinis have fueled the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway - William Faulkner used to mix his own mint juleps here - while the dark mahogany tables and red leather banquettes once served as Orson Welles' work space. Old-school through and through, the classic grill room's menu offers Welsh rarebit and veal scaloppini, just as in Humphrey Bogart's day, while locals have been stopping in for a helping of the trademark flannel cakes since Raymond Chandler was a regular.

 


 



 

"Musso's, if you look at it a certain way, is a living museum of 1920s American cuisine: the avocado cocktails, crab Louie, jellied consommé, grilled lamb kidneys and Wednesday sauerbraten that William Faulkner and Charlie Chaplin used to enjoy, presumably after they had lubricated their insides with gin."

— Jonathan Gold, Los Angeles Times, 101 Best Restaurants

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Full bar. Serving breakfast (from 11 am), lunch and dinner Tue-Sat. Closed Sun-Mon.

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