Musso & Frank Grill

American, Cocktail
$ $ $
6667 Hollywood Blvd (at N Cherokee Ave)
, California 90028
(323) 467-5123
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
4:00pm - 9:00pm

A great place for a New York Strip in California! Extensive wine menu to pair with great food. Old school (old-Hollywood style) cocktail on the menu like sophisticated martinis and mint juleps.



  • Musso's, if you look at it a certain way, is a living museum of 1920s American cuisine: avocado cocktails, crab Louie, jellied consomm, grilled lamb kidneys and Wednesday sauerbraten.
  • Best of LA 2012 - Best Martini. Like silent films, old-school in the martini realm does not mean boring. A martini here is best when "taken" as part of the entire steak & jellied consomm experience.
  • Legend has it that Charlie Chaplin, Rudolph Valentino and Douglas Fairbanks raced each other down Hollywood Blvd on horseback; the loser had to pick up the dinner tab at Musso & Frank's!
  • They print their menu daily but their items have been around for decades. The perfect dinner: martini served with the side carafe + liver and onions. Period. Nuff said. -Alex Reznik, Top Chef
  • Fodors, one of our reviewers, says, "Liver and onions, lamb chops, shrimp Louie salad, dry gin martinis, gruff waitersyou'll find all of the old favorites here in Hollywood's oldest restaurant."
  • Have Manny or Manny Jr. make you martini, then sit at the bar and pretend you're meeting Louis B. Mayer about your contract at MGM.
  • Manny Aguirre is a legend.. Thanks for great dry martini!
  • Don't listen to the idiots who have NO CLUE as to what the food/service is about. The food is from the 1920's, either like it or don't but stop bitching about it! It's an awesome look back!
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. They turn out a martini that Bogart would've judged worthy of the name. That counts for a lot. (And try the sand dabs, too.)
  • Founded in 1919, this has always been a popular hang out for celebrity actors, as well as screenwriters. The establishment was also briefly pictured in the 2001 movie Oceans Eleven.
  • My favorite Steak Place in LA, the staff has a lot of character, like traveling back into time and doing a "MadMen" lunch.
  • Martinis with sidecars and a side of history.
  • It was great!!!
  • "Musso and Frank's was an institution that had been serving martinis to the denizens of Hollywoodboth famous and infamousfor a century." Michael Connelly, City of Bones
  • Flannel cakes & Mimosas!!! Fabulous!!
  • My waiter, Mario, is a 3Rd generation family member to work at grill. His dad was bartender for 30+ years at grill. Grill Master is very good @ getting all food for party ready@same gimme.
  • Musso and Frank still hold the title as the "oldest restaurant in Hollywood." (Psst: Charlie Chaplin's favorite table was the first one on the left.)
  • Pounded steak w/ lyonnaise potatoes and country gravy is excellent
  • The cocktail and food menus (and the bow ties on the waiters) at Hollywood's oldest restaurant have remained virtually unchanged since the place opened in 1919.
  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!

Nearby places

6233 Hollywood Blvd (btwn Vine & Argyle Ave)
6925 Hollywood Blvd
1652 N Cherokee Ave (at Hollywood)