The Low Down
The Extras: Watch the bartenders for a forgotten lesson in mixing. Contrary to Mr. Bond, the classic martini must be stirred, and not shaken. Shaking is only appropriate for cocktails that have heavy juices or cream in them.
Where to Sit: Ask for a seat at the counter, it's one of the best places in town for those eating alone. Or copy Raymond Chandler, he's rumored to have penned the better part of "The Big Sleep" from one of the high-backed red booths.
Parking: If the pay lot behind the restaurant is full, note the free parking hiding in plain sight in the public structure around the corner north on Cherokee.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
you're in Raymond Chandler territory at Musso & Frank Grill. (The famed detective fiction author was just one of many celebrity patrons, and he even mentioned the restaurant in his novel "The Big Sleep.") This Hollywood landmark originallyâ¦
A Part of Hollywood History!
By SavorHour at Menuism
Musso & Frank Grill has been a foundation of Hollywood history since this family-owned business originally... Read More
An Old Hollywood Favorite
By Greg T at Insider Pages
I thought the food was excellent, the service was great, and the interior was just what you would imagine a restaurant to be like 60-70 years ago. ... Read More
Diner quality food for expensive price.
By Phillip B at Insider Pages
I have no idea why people give such a high rating for this restaurant.\r \r They have diner quality food, and the price is over priced.\r \r The se... Read More
Only the Best
By Ericaa S at Insider Pages
Muso and Frank Grille is the best. It is the oldest resturant in Hollywood,I think, and has been used in countless movies including the recent Oce... Read More
"Classic Hollywood" = Bogus Meal
By Andrew S at Insider Pages
Anytime anyone tells you that you've got to go to some place because it's a "cl assic Holllywood" joint do yourself a favor and stay home that nigh... Read More