6667 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028-6220
AVERAGE USER RATING
Contact:+1 323 467 5123
Open Hours: 11a-11p Tu-Sa
Open since 1919, this classic restaurant was long the bastion of Hollywood industry power-dining. With the look and feel of a private men's club, it ... More
Musso & Frank Grill
Open since 1919, this classic restaurant was long the bastion of Hollywood industry power-dining. With the look and feel of a private men's club, it rose to fame in the Golden Years of Hollywood, when Irving Thalberg, Clark Gable and the Marx Brothers were among its most celebrated clients. Nowadays, it is still considered the home of the finest dry martini in town. The filet mignon is hard to beat and the service is perfect, with just a touch of attitude. If you are not in the mood for beef, try the succulent lobster and the rich, heavy desserts.
I was taken there for our anniversary and just fell in love with everything.
The service is wonderful, it's cozy, Martinis are like no where else. Our steaks and lamb are allways perfect, delicious liver with onions & bacon. Their hollandaise sauce is just heaven!!!!
Their salads are great and though it might be just a tiny bit more than other places IT'S SO WORTH EVERY PENNY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anyone that doesn't like it just might not know what good food is. They're probably used to fast food or into all the new restaurants that charge you an arm and a leg for the same crap as Black Angus or Outback.
If you want to talk about pricy try more places down Hollywood and Sunset.If you like great food and perfect drinks Mussos' the place.
I believe that the only reason this place is still in existence is due to its location. Unfortunately, like so many things, if Hollywood gives something its blessing, the rest of the World blindly follows suit. This is my aunts favorite restaurant but I am so unimpressed. The restaurant itself is dark, dingy and depressing (think of the set of "Dark Shadows". The fact that the waitstaff has been with the restaurant for so long is remarkable in this day and age but, truth be known, all the waiters appear to be waiting for retirement. There was nothing about the service that made me feel that I was receiving extraordinary attention. The menu is dated, uninspired and mediocre. Who eats pear and cottage cheese anymore? My prime rib was cooked the way I ordered it but I've had much better at Ruth Chris. We spent $100 between the two of us for my aunt's birthday and I have to say this is the last time I'll set foot in the place. Like so much of what is touted by Hollywood-types these days, Musso and Frank's Grill is highly over-rated and over-priced.
We were visiting from Vancouver and read about Musso & Franks and knew we had to try it out. We are really glad we did. The staff are very courteous and professional and the food and decor were both great. Go here for dinner when you're on Hollywood Boulevard. The price is not cheap but not ridiculous either.
We travel from Washington to LA just to go to Mussos.
By A Yahoo Contributor, 10/31/07
My husband and I own a restaurant in Washington State. We have a Hollywood, Rat Pack theme. We traveled to Hollywood a few years back, and found Musso's. We prefer to find neat old places with character, and we most certainly found that at Mussos. The guys at Mussos feel like family to us, especially Sergio. He treats us so great, and we have returned a few times, once for my big 40, and also, for our anniversary. We hope to have Sergio come to see us at our place, so we can pamper him as he does us. We have friends that have traveled to LA, and have gone to meet Sergio and the guys. They loved it. I can't imagine why the bad reviews are on here, the food is great, and the atmosphere is so cool. I would much rather go to Musso and Frank's than go to a uptight Beverly Hills establishment where we pay alot, and get treated like commoners who's money is not equal to those rich and famous! GO TO MUSSOS!!! Who cares that it's old, that is what is great.
I thought the food was overpriced especially when you have to pay for salad dressing!!!!! The food was not that good and I feel you are paying for the name and that is why they charge what they charge and the sad thing is people pay it!!!! Everyone at my table thought the food was just okay!
Have been going for years, great service and food. Its like the old days with the big booths and small quaint tables lots of privacy if needed what you expect when you go out to dinner. I live in OC so I dont get to go that often. If I have an event in LA we go there for sure it is a given.
The atmosphere is pure old Hollywood, the food is great, the setting terrific. Our waiter was Mr Oscar Fuxa and he made the whole experience a treat.He was a perfect gentleman, even to the extent of waiting outside for our taxi to arrive, then calling us out when it did so.The food as I have said was wonderful,my wife and had gone there to celebrate our joint birthdays(the 26/07)and were more than pleased that we did.
It was top Dollar treatment, but not at top Dollar prices. Although the two dining areas are quite large, the feeling inside for a couple like us was one of intimate dining. The old style red jacket dress of the waiters and bar staff and the interior decor gave the impression of a bygone age.It really felt like,'come and enjoy your meal, take your time, we are pleased you're here'. A nice antidote to so many places where it's 'What do you want, here's your food, hurry up, we need the table'.
I can honestly say we enjoyed everything about the Musso & Frank Grill and would not hesitate to recommend it as a place to go and get a feel of the Hollywood of old and not least, some great food.
Mick & Alyson
I've been dining at Musso & Frank for over thirty years. I now live only a mile or so away and have a choice of scores of good restaurants, but Musso & Frank is my favorite. We were there just a couple of nights ago and I had a tenderloin that was absolutely perfect.
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