Los Angeles has been blessed by a multitude of long-standing restaurants that continue to serve diners with classic fare that strikes at the heart of nostalgia. But many of these restaurants aren't just throwbacks or old-school, they're very much alive thanks to dedicated regulars who find comfort in knowing what to expect in a restaurant: hospitality, familiarity, and predictable cooking.
Other places are just glorified watering holes, but they continue to attract new waves of imbibers who want to sit in a comfortable seat. Here now, a collection of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles, ones that every Angeleno should frequent at least once in their lifetime.
Removed: The Original Saugus Cafe, Valentino, Cole’s, Colombo’s Italian Steakhouse & Jazz Club, El Cholo
Added: Bernie’s, Lucques, La Casita, MatsuhisaRead More