When dining at Musso & Frank Grill, you'll feel like you've stepped into a piece of Los Angeles History. Since opening in 1919, ownership of Musso's has only changed once, staying in the Musso family for three generations. Since changing locations in 1934, the furniture has never changed. The menu, however, has remained the same for nearly 100 years, since 1919. Outdating the Hollywood sign, Musso's has seen the history of city in its entirety, with frequent visits from Charlie Chaplin (who revered their martinis), F. Scott Fitzgerald and the like. Musso's has remained a Hollywood staple with its classic ambience, vow to tradition, stellar service, and exceptional menu that has withstood the test of time.
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