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Claims to have been a hangout of 1930s-40s gangster Mickey Cohen.(1908) Philippe the Original An old fashioned delicatessen with sawdust on the concrete floors, long communal wooden tables, vintage wooden booths and photographs and historical ephemera covering the walls.It is a traditional diner/cafe, with bar attached, featuring wood paneled walls and both counter and booth seating.Housed in a low ranch-style building, its exterior is bordered with mid-century river rock.We are lucky in Los Angeles to have a lot of spectacular vintage restaurants, but we are still losing many every year to owners who retire, sell out for money or lose their long-held lease to nasty gentrification.I’m a sucker for a joint with history, charm, character and stories.
In 1915 they added the soda fountain and began serving ice cream and comfort food.My criteria for the restaurants here is that they are 1979 or older, although there are a few exceptions, and that they are within about an hour’s drive from downtown L. You will find classic steakhouses, Googie diners, pastrami delicatessens, walk-up hamburger stands and more. As of September 2017 the list is at just 406 places, spread as far south as the bottom of Orange County, east to San Bernardino and north to Santa Clarita. In 2 years since I published this list, it has received nearly half a million reads!When the restaurant has a web page I provide that, but if not I share a link to a review, Yelp or Wikipedia. That shows me how much people care about our vintage restaurants.This is the oldest restaurant in both Los Angeles and Orange Counties, though the current building technically dates to 1952.
President Roosevelt ate here in 1903 & later DW Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Marlena Dietrich, Clark Gable, John Wayne & Frank Sinatra.
The original tin ceilings were uncovered, new neon was added to the front and an old-time feeling wooden bar was added with more neon.