Cassell's Hamburgers

Row 1

Details
3600 W 6th St (at S Normandie Ave)
Los Angeles, CA 90020
(213) 387-5502
Burgers, American
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 7:00 AM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 7:00 AM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Featured in LA Weekly's "30 Burgers In 30 Days"
  • Best patty melt I've ever eaten. Excellent onion rings as well.
  • High quality cheese burger and amazing patty melt. The sweet potato waffle fries are dusted with sugar!
  • The patty melt's rye bread is a nice touch. Fries aren't bad either.
  • Delicious burgers and fries are a must. Happy hour 4-7.
  • Well-seasoned burgers and sweet potato fries to die for
  • Cheese burger with american and grilled onions
  • This place is a hidden gem among a lot of just okay restaurants. Burgers and sandwiches are tops. Fries are crisp and yummy even when delivered.
  • This breakfast sandwich has that 1950's look and taste. Good stuff
  • Try the double cheese burger
  • Pretty sure everything is delightful
  • Love the old fashion classic diner decor, especially around the holidays! Diner's been around since the 1940s. But the cheeseburger was underwhelming--good but not good enough for a return visit.
  • Burgers, onion rings, fried chicken... This place is the bomb.
  • In this hotel lobby diner, you can start your morning the right way with an avocado, fried egg and spicy mayo sandwichserved in a hash-brown bun.
  • This modern, airy space captures the zeitgeist of fast-casual cooking with moderate prices in a flexible space. Come for a well-grilled burger or tuna melt, and stay for the excellent house-made pies.
  • Great Breakfast to start your day.
  • Their signature potato salad is the best I've ever had
  • Burgers, tuna melt, shakes, sasparillo, has tv and a small bar for games, and a nice whiskey selection.
  • Try the han & grilled cheese Sandwich
  • Burgers & sandwiches are pretty good. There a few hard working staffers carrying the load of the slackers. It's clear who's working and who isn't. If they drop the dead weight, it might merit the $$$.