One hundred years ago this month, the first customers were welcomed through the doors of a restaurant that became a Hollywood star.
Musso & Frank in the heart of Hollywood arrived on the scene at a time when the area around it was taking on its identity as the center of the entertainment universe. It was a favorite stop for some of the industry's biggest name when they were in the neighborhood — Charlie Chaplin, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Depp and many more through the decades.
Over the years, the restaurant with a glowing neon sign and inviting high-backed red booths at 6667 Hollywood Boulevard became a film star in its own right, most recently with a role in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”
Click here to read more about the restaurant's history and a few changes slated for next year.