Legendary Los Angeles Dining- Featuring the Formosa Café!
The Apple Pan– http://www.latimes.com/food/la-fo-apple-pan-20170119-story.html 10801 W. Pico Blvd, LA CA 90064- Open 11am-1amClassic Burgers and Apple Pie- street parking. 70 years in business! The Landmark theatre is across the street-see a movie, grab a piece of pie!
Phillipe The Original: https://www.philippes.com/ 1001 N Alameda Los Angeles: Open 6am -10pm- French dip-fun place-walking distance to Chinatown-
The Dresden restaurant: http://www.thedresden.com/ 1760 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027- 5pm to 10 pm (7 days a week) – “the place to see and be seen”. Miami like slick 60’s interior- white leather and very mod! Stay and see Marty and Elayne have been playing and performing for 36 years together-go and have a great night!
Tam O Shanter- http://www.lawrysonline.com/tam-oshanter/general-info 2980 Los Feliz Blvd, LA 90039– 11am to 11 pm Oldest restaurant owned and operated by the same family in the same location – over 90 years Walt Disney was a frequent diner and his doodles on a wood table can still be seen today. The interior is incredible- a bit of Harry Potter fantasy!
Musso & Frank – www.mussoandfrank.com – 6667 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028 Open Tues-Sat 11am-11pm and Sunday 4-9pm. – The list of stars who have dined here is long- Marilyn Monroe often sat at the bar with Joe Dimaggio, Charlie Chaplin, and many many others. For the extra star treatment you can arrange discreet parking and private entrance! Come for the famous martini and dine like a star!
Yamashiro- http://yamashirohollywood.com/ 1999 N Sycamore Ave, Hollywood CA 90068- Open Sun-Thurs 5pm to 11pm and Friday/Saturday 5pm-midnight- no street parking. $10 valet parking. The VIEW- the historic incredible mansion-originally built by 2 brothers with incredible gardens and stunning views..did I say VIEW? A must visit place to see the lights- go at sunset-stay and watch the stars come out!
The Formosa Café – 7156 Santa Monica Blvd, WestHollywood CA 90046 currently endangered!! Save the Formosa- storied restaurant and bar opened in 1925 next to what was United Artists Studios. Elvis dined here, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn… the list goes on- and has a secret back room where maybe some deal making went down. Open house OCTOBER 7, 2017 11am to 3pm free tours for the first 200, meet historians, and sign up to vote on www.voteyourmainstreet.org you can vote 5x a day every day until October 31, 2017
Adrian Scott Fine- Director of Advocacy for the Los Angeles Conservancy shares some thoughts and invites you to join us in Saving the Formosa! https://www.laconservancy.org/