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LA's Oldest, Still-Thriving Restaurants, Cafes and Pubs

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Restaurants open and close every day. Trends come and go, chefs move around, tastes change. Despite the poor success rate of restaurants in Los Angeles, there are a good number that have lasted past their early buzz, through their prime and, despite recessions and depressions, are still going strong. Below, a list of the city's oldest, still-thriving restaurants. Did we exclude your favorite? Tell us about it in the comments.

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Philippe The Original

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The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel

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Musso & Frank

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Pacific Dining Car

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Tam O'Shanter

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Formosa Cafe

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Taix French Country Cuisine

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El Cholo

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The Galley

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Tom Bergin's Tavern

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Lawry's the Prime Rib

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Pink's Hot Dogs

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The Apple Pan

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Langer's

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Dan Tana's

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Chaya Brasserie

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Philippe The Original

Cole's

The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel

Musso & Frank

Pacific Dining Car

Tam O'Shanter

Formosa Cafe

Taix French Country Cuisine

El Cholo

The Galley

Tom Bergin's Tavern

Lawry's the Prime Rib

Pink's Hot Dogs

The Apple Pan

Langer's

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Dan Tana's

Chaya Brasserie

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