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The Buggy Whip Has Served its Last Steak & Potatoes

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Classic steakhouse The Buggy Whip, a Westchester institution for decades, has ended service as of last week. The restaurant website states: "No Longer In Business." According to this Examiner post, the old-school eatery switched ownership some time in the middle of last year. A tipster writes in to say that a lot changed in the ensuing year, everything from service to the quality of the steaks went downhill. And to add insult to injury, Peter Wagner, the entertaining piano man, was dismissed after a 25 year stint. Known for massive cuts of prime rib, lobsters, and other continental classics, regulars have certainly voiced their sentiments in the loss of this establishment. No word yet on what will replace the Whip, as it's called by locals. [Eaterwire]

The Buggy Whip

7420 La Tijera, Los Angeles, CA 90045

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