PACIFIC DINING CAR
Climb aboard this plush train-themed restaurant, which opened in 1921, for an evening of steaks and champagne.
The art deco venue, which debuted in 1930, used to showcase vaudeville. Now the stage is set for touring Broadway shows.
Noir characters have been drawn to the dark booths inside this 1946 restaurant since the days of The Big Sleep.
BRUNSWICK COVINA BOWL
The nuclear family will enjoy knocking down a few pins in this space-age alley built in 1955. Look for the pyramid-shaped building with the neon ankh.
THE DRESDEN ROOM
It first opened in 1940, but a super groovy renovation in 1964 included the new dining room, which still features the original white leather booths and mod lighting fixtures.
WILL GEER’S THEATRICUM BOTANICUM
The outdoor theater, which opened in 1973, is located in an artists’ colony that’s a haven for flower children.
In 1986, the family behind Hamburger Hamlet asked Morphosis, the award-winning Culver City design firm, to create this “steakhouse for the future.”