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Lawry's Steakhouse, Los Angeles, California

 
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MadSuh's pictureby MadSuh Food travel tip
added on the 9th of August, 2009
Lawry's Steakhouse is simply amazing. I can go there any day of the week. In my opinion when it comes to Prime Rib, this is the place to go to. It's classic, always has great service and the steaks always rock. Please be sure that you like prime rib, it's really your only choise besides lobster. They bring your meat to your table using this large iron cart and then your carver will cut the piece out that you prefer. There are many different cuts. If you have a light appetite, get the English cut, in my case I usually chew on the beef bowl :) Here is what they have to say about their history: Lawrence L. Frank and Walter Van de Kamp co-founded the original Lawry's The Prime Rib on La Cienega Boulevard in Beverly Hills. Much of the splendor of the meal was in the way each part of the dinner was prepared and presented. Ever the showman, Lawrence designed the famous "silver" carts so the beef could be carved at tableside. Through the years, the basic elements of Lawry's The Prime Rib have remained virtually unchanged. It is still a family business, with the second and third generations of Franks and Van de Kamps working side by side in the restaurants' operation. Modifications and improvements have been made to meet today's demands, but the meals served remain timeless-and still very much Lawry's.

Address:
100 N. La Cienega Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Price:
Steaks start at around $25, so with the sides a glass of wine and some desert, you are looking at around $50-$75 per person

Opening Hours:
Mon - Fri: 5:00 - 10:00 pm
Saturday: 4:30 - 11:00 pm
Sunday: 4:00 - 9:30 pm

How to get there:
From Downtown, simply take the 10West towards the Ocean. You need to take the La Cienega exit North towards Beverly Hills. Lawry's is on your right side, just about 300 feet after crossing Wilshire Blvd

 
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