Musso & Frank
6667 Hollywood Boulevard
The clubby, wood-paneled walls and red-leather-and-mahogany booths of Hollywood's oldest eatery transport diners back to the Golden Age. Here, Charlie Chaplin knocked back martinis. Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, and F. Scott Fitzgerald penned novels over filet mignon. Raymond Chandler wrote The Big Sleep in one of the grill's dimly lit booths.
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