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Tuesday means Happy Hour all day! Join us for $5 French Dip slider trios w/fries & $6 Old Fashioneds now until 10pm!
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Start your Thursday off at #ColesFrenchDip with $5 Picklebacks from 3pm-close!
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118 E 6th St Los Angeles, CA 90014
118 E 6th StUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90014
(213) 622-4090213dthospitality.com
$$Bar, Bars and Pubs
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Breakfast Restaurant
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Western Food
Today 11AM–12AM
Monday 11AM–12AMTuesday 11AM–12AMWednesday 11AM–12AMThursday 11AM–2AMFriday 11AM–2AMSaturday 11AM–2AMSunday 11AM–12AM
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Landmark saloon known for French dip sandwiches & classic cocktails, plus hidden speakeasy in back.- Google
"Looking for Great Service and Great Food Stoll down to Cole's , Wonderful staff"
"Spicy garlic sweet potato fries were devoured in less than 2 minutes (yummy)."
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Ninal Poteat
in the last week
There were a lot of sandwiches shop opened on Tara val and I want to try them all.The reason I picked to try Grubbing' first because I was attracted by the hot garlic fries. I ordered the Juicing sandwiches. They have a lot big chunks of turkey ham inside. The sandwiches tasted delicious. The fried chicken wings was hot, crispy and yummy. Staffs works quickly, too. However, I took once star away cuss they kept the door open in a cold weather and wind blows inside the shop towards me. Definitely will try again in the future.
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Shan Stewart
3 months ago
This place is well known for the wonderful French dip they have but you really must try the Breakfast dip sandwich. They only have it on the weekends but it is amazing. It is probably the best breakfast sandwich I think I have ever had. The bread is fresh baked and it comes with a side of Hollandaise sauce. Try the biscuits and gravy they are also amazing. The staff are very friendly.
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Jiro Tarou
a month ago
I remember the time their pastrami used to be twice as big, melt in your mouth. That apply to many other pastrami houses. May be pointless crying for dead tradition. Nice atmosphere, some history of its own.
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chelsea ryan
in the last week
Super disappointed. Went in to order some food and we ordered from the bar and the bartender was so so rude-she snapped at me and was very condescending so much that my husband and I were shocked and I went and got a refund and left before our food even came. If she apparently hates people so much she should not be working in hospitality!
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Jhon Audrey
in the last week
Spicy chicken + dutch bread is seriously heaven. I hate avatar when its all cold and gloomy which is like only always. But when I'm craving good grubbing...goddamn its worth the travel.This spot is probably the only piece of sunshine on the block and I do not doubt you will leave this place unsatisfied!
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Marisol Hernandez
5 months ago
Where do I even begin? You guys all need to try them out during Happy Hour! They have various selections in regards to chili oil tots to their yummy french dips. The decor is definitely a blast from the past, but that's not a bad thing. Definitely a great place to eat during HH. But please be safe cause skid row is around the corner.
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Gess M
a week ago
I love that it has a bar and the decor is amazing. Feels like you're in another time/era.
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Abel Tapia
4 months ago
There are two French dip go to spots in LA... Cole's and Phillipe's. Personally, I like Cole's better, that's just me. Go on a Tuesday, they have happy hour all day on food and drinks, best way to try a little bit of everything there.