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Musso & Frank Grill
Posted by DrRisk on 04/14/2012
Absolutely EVERYTHING in this restaurant is overpriced, making you want to fling your wallet on the table and reach for the sky. However, the food is delicious, portions are staggering, and the service is well above par. If you order carefully, and ask lots of questions you can get a great a dinner for 2 for under $100. It has the look and feel of a men’s grill in London—lots of leather, smell of grilled steaks, etc. You could easily imagine L. B. Mayer, Howard Hughes or Jack Warner sitting at the table next to you. DEFINITELY worth many repeat visits!
Posted by Bob on 11/08/2011
Food, Service, attention to detail are always great. What's not to love. 91 years and the still have it right.
Posted by Bill Schafer on 07/29/2011
If you like good food at a reasonable price, and you're not high maintenance, this is your kind of place. Not flashy, but you can eat in peace and still find plenty of camaraderie if you so desire. Relax, enjoy your visit and don't be in a rush. Life's short. Ok?
Posted by Anonymous on 07/03/2011
The dining room was loud and crowded. When I ordered the half chicken dinner the waiter said, "No, that takes too long to cook" so I asked about the broiled chicken and again he said, "No, that also takes a long time", finally I ordered a chef's salad. The portion sizes were incredibly small and well over priced. I was terribly disappointed with my salad. The server treated us as if we were an inconvenience, we were there for nearly 3 hours because he kept us waiting. When we ordered dessert my friend wanted the tiramisu and was told, "No, we don't have. You want an eclair". Very, very disappointing experience.
Posted by Chapmanand turner on 06/20/2009
Travelling across America with my son we chose to try a taste of an authentic Diner. We were welcomed with charm, shown to a wonderful dark red leather booth with a 'nod' that this gave a good view of the bar and other tables. The atmosphere was comforting and the menu a joy. We started with the Lobster and it arrived in a magnificent silver serving dish and a tangy dip. Crisp, fresh bread, half a loaf, was brought to the table. at a leisurely pace the Porterhouse steaks followed and a mouthwatering creamed spinach side. Almost full, we found space for the Diplomat desert and finished with coffee. A truly perfect experience and wonderful staff. If only it was closer to England!