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Musso & Frank Grill
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6667 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028
6667 Hollywood BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90028
$$Restaurant, American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Steak House
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Monday ClosedTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday Closed
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Waiters serve classic American fare & martinis to diners in red booths at Hollywood's oldest eatery.- Google
"Charlie Chaplin has his own memorial booth!"
"Liver and onions and a great martini."
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Zach Hinchy
5 months ago
Delicious bold simple flavors, great service, and classic atmosphere made for a lovely experience. Try the Welsh Rarebit. Pumpkin ravioli was rich and tasty. Pork chop was cooked to absolute perfection, with the perfect char on the outside but still pink on the inside. All in all it was really charmingly old-school fancy, refreshingly so. A fair bit pricey, but well worth it!!
Suzanne Semnacher
3 months ago
I love Musso's and have been going there since the 1970's, but am sorry to say that after our last experience on Xmas Eve, we most likely won't be back. We had a reservation for 7:30 but as we began to order, we were told the kitchen was out of prime rib, out of the special; and even the traditional bread they serve . By a little after 8:00 PM we were told that we should hurry up and make any final orders because the chef was leaving for the night. We had dinner at Musso's on Xmas Eve in 2012, but the prices this past year were approximately 35% higher, and the menu was MUCH smaller. We had no dessert, everyone who was drinking had a martini (seven out of the nine of us at the table) there were a couple of coffees but not everyone even ordered a side dish to go with their entres and the bill came to over $90.00 a person. The staff was rushed and confused. Just not worth it.
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Kim Ryan
8 months ago
I went here on the recommendation of a friend. I love history, and this place is full of it. Charlie Chaplin has his own memorial booth! I didn't bother to look up reviews since my friend said it was "a must". I will forever ask this particular friend to forewarn me when his recommendations involve $100+ dinner checks and a menu consisting of tongues and relish trays. Upon entering the nearly empty restaurant, we were rudely greeted by the old-school Maitre-d. He asked in a questioning tone, "May I help you?" Since we had just walked into a restaurant at dinner time, I would have thought the answer was obvious. He then insinuated that we should have made reservations, but the restaurant's ample (and empty) counter is where we were escorted. Not off to a good start. Single steaks are priced in the $45-65 range. My friend knows that I travel on a budget, so why he told me to go somewhere that an average meal can easily reach $80 a plate is beyond me. Not the fault of the restaurant, but it still colored my experience negatively. For that kind of money, I want to be treated like royalty to options of delicious and healthy food, not calf's tongue with a side of attitude.
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Alec Rojas
11 months ago
The oldest place in Hollywood is probably the best thing standing on Hollywood boulevard. The waiters are legendary, with impeccable service. The booths are old and worn in. You know someone famous sat here before, but who? That being said, the bar remains one of the finest places in LA for a drink. It is the best martini in town, bar none. The food has old grand continental hotel styles, including great steaks, great seafood, and a sneaky great italian menu. Order the diplomat pudding to end it and you got yourself my favorite dining experience in the city.
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Christopher Eng
a month ago
best place to channel old hollywood menu has items i've never seen before because they're from another era, which is awesome old school waitstaff, feels like you're really stepping into a time machine two rooms, the room on the right was used by hollywood elite food is not memorable, but the giant martinis are!
Carrie Martin
3 months ago
Top notch service, food, and martinis - an oasis in Hollywood. Go there!
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Coulas Ginger
5 months ago
I'm disappointed and what's happened here, from the rude hostesses to the tiny portions. I miss the days before the Michelin star. I dined on a Friday night with 3 people, our bill was over $200 and we left still hungry. That's not to say that the food wasn't good, it was tasty for sure, but every plate we hardly got a bite each. Such a bummer when you have had great experiences in the past and have high expectations!
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Jane Robertson
10 months ago
Too fabulous an experience to describe !! The charm away from the frenzy and psuedo sparkle of the rest of hollywood boulevarde. The waiters professional, the decore was solid and wooden and crafted, the food substantial and tasty - with vegetarian options. We arrived dishrevelled after much travelling and they did not blink an eye - treated well, fed well - we will eat here whenever in LA.


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