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The Apple Pan
American Restaurant$
Today 11AM–1AM
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10801 W Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90064
10801 West Pico BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90064
(310) 475-3585
$American Restaurant, Hamburger Restaurant
American Restaurant
Hamburger Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
Today 11AM–1AM
Saturday 11AM–1AMSunday 11AM–12AMMonday ClosedTuesday 11AM–12AMWednesday 11AM–12AMThursday 11AM–12AMFriday 11AM–1AM
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Lively diner dishing up classic American fare from burgers to pies from its tiny counter since 1947.- Google
"The best banana cream pie I ever tasted!"
"Best Hickory Burger in the history of hickory burgers!"
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Rafael Gonzales
3 weeks ago
I have mixed feelings about this joint. I love a good burger and usually like the whole nostalgic, throwback vibe but I can't say I'm too enamored by Apple Pan with either the food or the atmosphere. Food-wise, yes, the burgers are juicy and classic. I shared the original Steak Burger with cheddar and Hickory Burger, which was basically the Steak Burger with barbecue sauce. We also had one serving of fries. The burgers are $7-8 each and the total cost was $21, yikes. Oh sure, I'd spend that much at another burger joint but these were on the small side and nothing fancy. I'd be more likely to choose In-N-Out if all I want is simple and fast, to be honest. The restaurant itself is rather small and cramped. You get to sit on red vinyl bar stools at the counter while people stand against the wall, waiting for seats. The burgers, fries, and ketchup were all served in or on paper plates. It just doesn't give you a welcoming, cozy, dine-and-relax vibe. Kind of ironic. Perhaps someday I'll come back though to try the pies but I doubt that'd be anytime soon.
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Anacron Allen
2 months ago
Classic west L.A. burger destination with great burgers, fresh sandwiches, amazing desserts, and even classic bottled sodas. I've been eating at this spot for over two decades, ever since I was in high school, and to this day I regularly recommend it to anyone lookin for a great burger in Westwood.
Marcel van den Heuvel
a month ago
First stop whenever we get to LA. Hickory burger. One of the best in town and up and running since 1947! They've had quite some years to pratice :-)
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David Jargowsky
a month ago
Perfect burgers and pie in a classic setting. One of my favorite burgers / vintage restaurants in LA. It's counter only seating and first come / first serve, so it's not great for groups.
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Justin Schwartz
2 months ago
Great, simple burgers. I prefer the steakburger. It can be a little difficult to find a seat, but it's worth it. The old-timey atmosphere (cash only, being a part of that) makes it a fun experience every time. Seriously. Whenever I get a burger to go, it's not the same.
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Jonathan Tsuei
2 months ago
Very good burger and fries. Definitely get the apple pie for dessert! They only have seating at the counter so get here early or you'll have to wait a bit.
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Jacob Magnin
2 months ago
Awesome, great experience and pie! Its not great for groups or when they are busy because it gets really crowded as people hover around like vultures waiting to snag seats. Food is good, get the hickory burger, but DON'T forget to get pie!
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Dacy Nottingham
2 months ago
Great burgers! Great Pie! Very different in many respects to a normal restaurant. Cash Only! There's an ATM across the street.