The Prince (황태자)

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Details
3198 W 7th St (at S Catalina St)
Los Angeles, CA 90005
(213) 389-2007
Lounge
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • The chicken is off the hook......a must try - small 10.99 - whole for only a 1.75 more --- derrr - get the whole and ask for radishes also
  • Happy hour: 4PM-8PM daily. 50% off drinks.
  • Get the large fried chicken, kimchi fried rice and a couple of Hite drafts. And tip the piano player.
  • Cool spot with good drinks and appetizers and mixed crowd.
  • LA: A favorite of Rodarte sibling duo Laura & Kate Mulleavy who share that "this Camelot-inspired bar is part of LA history." Click "More Info" for more details.
  • Delicious fried chicken, & there are buttons on every table to get service however a little slow when busy. Awesome decor & lots of history!
  • this place is whack
  • $2.00 valet parking!
  • The Prince has good drinks and an amazing interior. The food is basic Korean bar grub, but the portions are massive.
  • The Prince is my fave eatery. A Korean restaurant with the best Old English decor imaginable. Besides the ambiance, the Eel is to die for. Also, bizzarely so LA, the chips and salsa are amazing.
  • The New Girl show bar :) loved it! little smelly but doable.
  • Great whiskey sour made proper.
  • Although this dive bar is in Koreatown, it appears in the Roman Polanski-directed film Chinatown (1974) as The Brown Derby, a since-shuttered bar. Pro tip: order the Korean deep-fried chicken.
  • Chicken~~~
  • Fried chicken! Kimchi fried rice.
  • Oozing with atmosphere! If you're a Mad Men fan, you'll get a kick out of The Prince. Used as a shooting location, you can sit in the same red booth as Don Draper.
  • Opened as the Prince in 1991. Originally was an outdoor garden cafe on 1927 & then turned into the elegantly French restaurant Windsor in 1949.
  • Credit card minimum is $11. Bring cash if you don't plan to drink that much.
  • My favorite place to take out of town guests and/or second dates. If they dig the vibe, then they're my kind of people.
  • Fried chicken and a pitcher of Hite. That's all you need to know.

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