Musso & Frank Grill

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Musso & Frank Grill Is Offering Takeout and Delivery for the First Time in Its 100-Year Existence

Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • July 13, 2020

When Hollywood’s Musso & Frank Grill briefly reopened its dining rooms on June 26, the first night’s reservations were exhausted in less than two hours. Fans of the legendary restaurant were hungry to experience the steaks, prime rib, and history

Flood closes Musso & Frank Grill ahead of its 100th birthday celebration

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 19, 2019

Just over a week before Musso & Frank Grill celebrates its 100-year anniversary on Sept. 27, a flood has temporarily closed the storied Hollywood restaurant. I learned about the closure because I had a reservation tonight for my first-ever meal

Saturday night. Reservations, at least through the OpenTable app, appear entirely booked in the few days leading up to the restaurant’s centennial. Next Friday, as part of the day’s celebrations, Musso & Frank Grill will receive its own brass and terrazzo

101 Best Restaurants in L.A.: the Hall of Fame

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega, Brian Park • Los Angeles Times • December 12, 2019

/ Los Angeles Times) Musso & Frank Grill Tinseltown’s landmark restaurant turned 100 years old in September, on the heels of its latest star turn in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood.” The film’s title is an apt billing for Musso’s

Asanebo    Attari Sandwich Shop    Cielito Lindo    Coni'Seafood    Dal Rae    Ham Ji Park    Musso & Frank Grill    Newport Seafood Restaurant    Sapp Coffee Shop    Spago   

In-N-Out Is Suing Its Insurance Company for Not Covering a COVID Claim

Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • June 6, 2020

diseases,” according to the lawsuit. The policy would have been capped at $250 million. The burger chain had sales of nearly $1 billion last year. Musso & Frank Grill in Hollywood and chef Thomas Keller, with restaurants in Yountville, New York, Las Vegas

As Insurance Claims Are Denied, Classic L.A. Restaurants Are Struggling to Weather the Pandemic

Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • April 27, 2020

Musso & Frank Grill has been closed since March 15, but ownership has continued to pay all 84 employees their full wages the entire time the kitchen has been dark. Naturally, costs are mounting. The fourth-generation owners of Hollywood’s oldest

due to a government order and not the direct effect of the coronavirus itself, since no cases have been identified at the restaurant. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Musso & Frank Grill (@mussoandfrankgrill) on Jul 12, 2018 at 5:30pm PDT

The Anatomy of Musso & Frank’s Legendary Martini

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • September 27, 2019

texture. In short, it’s best at Musso & Frank Grill. This fall the storied Hollywood steakhouse celebrates its 100th anniversary and, with it, hundreds of thousands of servings of the classic cocktail. “The whole room, the whole setup, really, makes our

martini special,” says Andrea Scuto, the restaurant’s general manager and beverage director. Here, Scuto shares just what goes into Musso & Frank’s signature cocktail. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Musso & Frank Grill (@mussoandfrankgrill

Newsletter: Fanning the retro flames at Pico Rivera's Dal Rae

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 21, 2019

the longtime survivors of L.A.’s dining scene; this Friday, Sept. 27, Musso & Frank Grill in Hollywood turns 100. I haven’t been yet. I intended to go this week but, on the day of the reservation, a Musso’s manager called the friend who’d made the

, she told me about the area’s past as an agricultural center, and the Ford and Northrop plants that brought jobs in the mid 20th century that then closed in the 1980s and ’90s. A bone-in rib-eye steak with a martini at Musso & Frank Grill. (Calvin B

Newsletter: Newer restaurants we hated to leave off the 101

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • December 14, 2019

, Coni’Seafood and Asanebo among this year’s classic entrants. (We also repeated Musso and Frank Grill from last year’s roster, to honor the restaurant’s centennial.) Because of the mid-September cutoff, we didn’t consider some restaurants we’ve since reviewed

Spoon & Pork    Pasjoli    Ama·cita    Shin Sushi    Baroo Canteen   

The Best Things to Eat in L.A. in 2019

Los Angeles magazine • Los Angeles Magazine • July 18, 2019

Restaurant The Musso & Frank Grill6667 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood Some old-school L.A. restaurants are beloved for purely nostalgic reasons, and some are truly enjoyable for their past and present. The Musso & Frank Grill falls squarely in the latter camp

Jonathan Gold's hangover helper: 9 dishes to help your morning after

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • December 29, 2017

Why, I sometimes wonder, do hangovers wear themselves out when faced with the primal — not the flannel cakes at Musso & Frank Grill, which are served during the proper hours of 11:30 to 3, but the horrifying mass of a Lucky Boy breakfast burrito