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The Apple Pan
American Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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10801 Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90064
10801 Pico BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90064
(310) 475-3585
$American Restaurant, Hamburger Restaurant
American Restaurant
Hamburger Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday ClosedTuesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 1:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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Lively diner dishing up classic American fare from burgers to pies from its tiny counter since 1947.- Google
"Classic burger, hickory burger, steak burger, homemade relish, apple pie."
"The banana cream pie is really really good as well."
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Rafael Nataf
2 months ago
Hi So I'm in LA for vacation and I heard about that restaurant burger on Instagram. Burgers looked so tasty ! and it's just 10 min from my place. When i entered at 2:35, the place was full and the waiters were in a hury. But we could understand ; the place is now famous and everybody want to taste their burgers and apple pie. I took a hamburger with tomatoe sauce, laitue, steak, and extra cheddar (don't remember the name's burger, the price was $8.75 though). Very TASTY, delicious, etc.... However the waiter forgot my french fries (but I didn't ask for them). In fact french fries aren't included - I think - with burgers. Or maybe the waiter was too busy and overburden with all the customers (approximately 2 waiters for everybody). Apple pie was yummy : there is cinnamon, apples are almost like compote... You need to get it ! Finally, I HIGHLY recommend this place : it's a must if you're a fan of hamburgers and above all APPLE PIES. Enjoy your future meal ;) PS : Sorry for some mistakes, I'm french.
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hyuk kang
7 months ago
Apple Pan is this hamburger joint in LA with legendary status. Apple Pan is famous for its hickory burger and apple pie. Add to the fact, it's been around since 1947, that's around the time when my parents were born. The uniqueness of this hamburger joint starts from how it's laid out. It has this station island where they flip burger patties and buns. Outer part of island is the u-shape counter where customers sit on high stools to enjoy their burgers. In between the station and the counter is where servers take orders and serve you food with minimum distance to travel. All corners of the restaurants are for people waiting to find stools to sit. There is no waiting list. Besides from the interesting restaurant layout and the hickory burger, Apple Pan isn't that impressive. Burgers and fries were over priced and overrated. 3 burgers, 1 fries, 2 drinks, adding tax and tip cost me grand total of $30.
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Babs Tadokoro
3 months ago
I can't remember the 1st time I ate here but I think my parents brought me here!!! When I met my husband, I introduced him and we love both the burgers but I am more partial to BBQ sauce. The tuna is killer too and the pies are delish as well!!! Burgers are just about my favorite food there is and it's too bad it's Monday as they are closed today!!!
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David Lally
6 months ago
It is a local landmark and is hyped so much by LA locals some maybe disappointed. The food is very good but overpriced as well. I have eaten cheaper burgers that are as good or better...and have eaten much more expensive burgers that were as good or worse. It's a nostalgic spot for many. My dad ate there in the 50s when he was at UCLA. I had my very first burger there as child. I will continue to go there as long as I am vertical...and will probable continue to grumble under my breath about the prices. Enjoy but be warned CASH ONLY and its usually standing room only during lunch and dinner times.
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Kent Scribner
3 months ago
I've been eating here for 53 years. Nothing has changed. The counter guys have been there for years. The burgers taste the same. The hickory burger is my favorite. I've tried to duplicate the sauce. I can't. I now live 14 hour drive instead of 5 minutes. But when I'm close I always make the pilgrimage. Top five in the country.
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Dawn Martin
7 months ago
"It's a Los Angeles landmark!" "It's one of the best burgers!" Both of these things you will hear about The Apple Pan. I didn't think it was all that amazing of a burger though. I think this is a fun place to go to once if you don't live or work near by but I wouldn't seek it out for a second unless I were already close by.
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Fxyoreo Lipton
5 months ago
Been going here since I could walk ,talk n chew. MY grandmother , grandfather ,mother and uncle started going when they opened. They are in a burger category of there OWN. HOW many burger chains can SAY they have stood the test of time, AND still operate in the same spot. AND haven't changed a THING. Too compete with the " other" chains. I can't wait to go back ASAP. I MISS the ONCE to twice a week go out OF MY way drive home, YOU are totally worth the drive ANY time of the DAY, or nite from the valley to th west side. AND birthday lunch I can't wait :-) :-) :-) :-)
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Ricky Kelly
6 months ago
It was..... Good. A solid 3.5 for the burger and fries. Not gonna lie tho... For the price of a couple burgers and fries... In N Out would have been fine AND I coulda gotten more food. Hubs had a slice of pecan pie ($7, ew) and he said it was just OK.