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Please click to see additional photos I have taken of these places on both Instagram and Twitter.Currently this list has been edited over 500 times.Cole’s story is that the au jus dipped roll was prepared at the request of a customer with sore gums who could not eat the crunchy bread.Closed briefly in March 2007 after 99 years in business, Cole’s was brought back to its original splendor with a new owner in 2008 with vermillion red wallpaper, a long mahogany wooden bar, a copper penny tiled floor, Tiffany-style lamps, old photographs mounted on the walls and a back speakeasy.It has an old fashioned feeling inside with embossed tin ceilings and wood floors. (1918) Golden Spur The Golden Spur is a classic mid-century steakhouse on Route 66 that started as a ride-up hamburger stand for patrons on horseback.According to realty records the building was constructed in 1932, but it formally became a steakhouse in 1954.It is a traditional diner/cafe, with bar attached, featuring wood paneled walls and both counter and booth seating.
President Roosevelt ate here in 1903 & later DW Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Marlena Dietrich, Clark Gable, John Wayne & Frank Sinatra.After a lot of detective work I’ve compiled this “Master List” and plan to update it regularly.I’m sure there are many holes in my research and would appreciate additions and updates in the comments section below.Philippe’s, like Cole’s, also claims to have invented the French Dip sandwich by accidentally dropped the crunchy roll into gravy.(1915) Watson Drugs & Soda Fountain Originally opened as a drugstore in 1899 by a man named Kellar Watson, it was first located on Glassell St.
The original tin ceilings were uncovered, new neon was added to the front and an old-time feeling wooden bar was added with more neon.