It's close to the Egyptian Theater, which is great. It is beautiful inside, with big comfy booths. However, that's where the advantages of this place stop dead. I've been in before when the hostess wanted to seat us outside with people who had brought their dogs to eat dinner with them. I declined. Sorry, I like dogs and all, just don't want to eat dinner with them. Last night, I was seeing a movie at the Egyptian, so I thought I'd try again. The hostess was put out at having to do her job. It was a chilly night, but she asked if we wanted to sit inside or out. I was adamant about wanting to sit inside. So, she seated us right in front of the open front door of the restaurant where it was cold! My boyfriend asked if we could sit in a booth. To this, she replied that she shouldn't since we were just two people, but when we looked around, all the booths were filled with no more than couples! She finally grudgingly seated us in a booth. The waiter was completely unfriendly. We ordered, then got the wrong food. No big deal, our correct orders came out a few minutes later, but my chicken was undercooked to the point of a health hazard. Our waiter never came by to see how we were doing, so I didn't even get the opportunity to send the raw chicken back to the kitchen. It's too bad that this place is run so poorly. It would be a nice Hollywood spot.
Pros: Beautiful interior, great old Hollywood landmark.
Cons: Horrible service, hazardous food, parking, expensive.