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Musso & Frank Grill
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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6667 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028
6667 Hollywood BlvdUSCALos Angeles90028
$$Restaurant, American RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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
People talk about martinis, waiters, raymond chandler, chicken pot pie and liver and onions
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stephanie hughes
reviewed 5 months ago
Old school before the school. Since 1919, they've been doing it right. You can feel the spirit of old Hollywood here and if you want a solid Manhattan with a little sidecar, do it! Great steaks too. Just avoid the veggies, me thinks they come from cans :)
Joe Greco
reviewed 8 months ago
The old waiter first tried to talk me out of ordering the appetizer because it was going to take too long to make - he brought it out 15 minutes later. He also tried to talk me out of ordering the dessert (butter bread pudding) because it would take too long to heat - I should have listened to him. I had a party of 3 and we arrived at 2 PM - the place was practically empty. I waited an hour to get a dessert that never came - we walked out as the manager was trying to convince my wife to come back. I spent 126 US dollars (that included the 20% tip). I will not be back. The food was decent (not great) but the bread was the best part (sourdough). For all I've heard about the place I was not impressed - the place is old and falling apart - check out the lighting around the place - the glass is either cracked or broken - the painted murals are old and faded. The Old Town Spaghetti Factory has better decor. I have a great Italian place near my home that's a fraction of the price and so much better. Thanks Anyway but No Thanks to the Future. It's definitely not what it's cracked up to be. The website photos are so much more appealing.
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ned heath
reviewed 10 months ago
I called to let them know I was bringing my Priest son on his birthday. They printed a menu with his name and birthdate which was delivered by the OWNER to our table. Been there before and loved the booze, food and general "feel" of the place. I live in South OC so its a drive worth every mile to get there.
Valerie Franich
reviewed 5 months ago
Musso is a restaurant to remember and to appreciate the class and glamour of what Hollywood was to the people who founded the place..the glamour, the food and atmosphere...the old wall paper is to show that what you are looking at the same thing that the celebrities that are from old Hollywood glamour with white table clothes and stiff martinis...The booth are the same and that is where Charlie Chaplin and Rudy Valentino came with riding their horses from the studios close by..if you are not interested in that there is a McDonald's and Cheese Cake Factory close by...
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Jerry Pascual
reviewed 5 months ago
Can't say enough about Musso and Frank. Been coming here for years and I'll always come back. The best staff - warm and friendly. A nice touch of the way things used to be.
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Stari Wardin
reviewed 5 months ago
Good staff, good ambiance, good food. All guests are good too. Most of us are repeat customers!


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