Your Memories 01

This is the place to discuss restaurants that the proprietor of this blog never went to and therefore cannot write about.  Comments about restaurants that are open and operating are discouraged.

368 Responses to Your Memories 01

  • Bob of the Village of Los Ranchos (NM) says:

    Yo John H…Thank you!….I can always count on you…one way or another…to confirm postings are read…LOL I’ve chided Mark to add, at his convenience, to his “About This Site”‘s intro, a request that if a Reader asks a question that they make a point to revisit the site to see if someone attempted to answer their query and to acknowledge that in some way. Alas, in reading his “About This Site”, one can see he has his own problems in getting Folks to best use the site…LOL  God/gawd bless him for his “patience” as well as sharing his time/talent in maintaining the site.
    Alas: I’m thinking that many who come upon/read the site are a bit “seasoned”. As such, many of “them” just probably “forget” to check back to see if anyone’s tried to answer their query…LOL
    Elsewise, Best Wishes for the New Year!

  • Brian Cuban says:

    Elizabeth (Allen) Sheiman: In 1979 my best friend and I took a Trailways Bus from Pittsburgh to L.A. We stayed at Sterns Motel on Washington Blvd. We walked over to Gooey Louies every evening for dinner. Loved the Gooey and Vegas Burgers!

  • John Hindsill says:

    Bob of the Village of Los Ranchos (NM) – That is exactly The Nine Muses of which we write, thank you. BUT I would have been more impressed had you found the actual posts. :>)

  • Linda Rombach says:

    Does anyone remember the name of a restaurant in Brentwood and also in Santa Monica that served healthy food not vegetarian but healthy in the 80’s and earlier?

  • Bob of the Village of Los Ranchos (NM) says:

    John/Maureen: Don’t know if this https://tinyurl.com/v4t6uoz is relevant; have no other info.

  • John Hindsill says:

    Maureen Jones – The Nine Muses has been discussed on Old Restaurants, but not on its own thread. I am one of those posters, but that was quite aways back, and you’d have to do a lot of scrolling.

    Muses was an upscale restaurant at popular prices. It was a place to impress a date without going broke. They played soft classical music and the menu was done in fancy italics (that got me into trouble one time). The chef’s creations were often very imaginative, the food, very good.

  • Jeff Holtzman says:

    Ah yes…The Fox Inn. Bill would drink a beer standing on his head and of course embarrass anyone who was going to the sand box during his “performance”.

  • Maureen Jones says:

    I went to a restaurant in Los Angeles called The Nine Muses. That was in1964. Anyone remember it?

  • Donette says:

    Does anyone remember the name of the restaurant that was on the corner of Imperial Hwy and Figueroa, across the street from Avacado Corner market in the early 70’s?

  • Pete Puma says:

    Technically I suppose it wasn’t a restaurant, but does anyone remember The Fox Inn Beer Garden & Rathskeller in Santa Monica? I spent many an evening there singing along to Bill “The Fox” Foster’s bawdy tunes.

  • Elaine Katz says:

    Does anyone remember “Brightwater Café it was on Olive, just s. of Sunset bl. & across from ‘The Comedy Store”? i worked there in the’73, ’74. they were open ’til 4a.m. & catered to a variety of people. it was owned by Linda & Terry Keegan, who worked there along w/a daughter or 2. it was very casual & lots of fun. it was a large restaurant, 2 rms & they provide checkers & chess boards. i remember Murry Langston, who was also known as ‘The Unknown Comic” & he wore a paperbag over his head..remember? one night he gave me his ‘koa nut’ necklace, i still have it.

  • Elaine katz says:

    this is great! i remember so many of these places & this really brings me back. i remember ‘Café Figaro’ in WHO. i think they were known for their sangria & the enormous brown bread…DELISH! i went there, at night it was very very noisy, kind of like a big party with great food & great people. many memories.

  • Elaine Katz says:

    in RESPONSE to ROBBY…i worked @ ‘The Bratskellar” in Beverly Hills on Doheny. i think it was the 1st one. i later worked at the one in WW & the Marina. i remember that German dish w/the yellow cheese.

  • Elaine Katz says:

    to Tammy…the restaurant on Melrose & La Brea was called “Via Fetticini” (sp). I remember it well.

  • Nancy says:

    Can anyone remember the name of southwestern restaurant that was in Terroni space on Beverly Blvd.

  • Sharon Fulleeton says:

    One more fond memory…Bess Eiler’ s Steak House….either on Wilshire Blvd. or Santa Monica Blvd…Great steaks…

  • Sharon Fulleeton says:

    Also used to eat at the Ontra cafeterias in Hollywood and Lis Angeles…Vine street, Wilshire Blvd. Western Ave, Crenshaw Blvd…

  • Sharon Fulleeton says:

    My family used to frequent a restaurant in the mid 50’s called Edward’s Steak House…it was on Alvarado between 7th & 8th…had wonderful steaks and toasters on the table with applebutter…wonderful food…

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