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Permanently Closed - The Grill on Hollywood

4.1
819 reviews
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$31 to $50
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Steak
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This restaurant is permanently closed. Permanently Closed - Please visit TheGrill.com for information on our Beverly Hills and Westlake Village locations.
Dining Style
Fine Dining
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Cuisines
Steak, Seafood, American
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Hours of operation
This location is now closed. Please visit our Beverly Hills or Westlake Village locations.
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Phone number
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Payment options
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
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Dress code
Business Casual
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Executive chef
Armando Hernandez
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Private party facilities
Located in the Hollywood & Highland entertainment complex, adjacent to the Kodak Theatre, The Grill on Hollywood is the perfect location for your next lunch or dinner event. Reminiscent of the classic American Grills, the Grill on Hollywood features seasonal American fare including Prime Steaks and Chops, hand cut daily, Fresh Seafood and homemade desserts. Semi private dining is available for up to 90 guests seated. The Patio area is available for reception style event for up to 50 guests. The restaurant is available for exclusive buyouts for up to 170 guests seated.
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Private party contact
hollywoodgrill@thegrill.com: (323) 856-5530
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Neighborhood
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Cross street
Highland
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Parking details
There is either valet or self park underneath our complex. You must enter from either Highland or Orange just north of Hollywood Blvd. We validate which makes the rate $2 for 4 hours. Valet is an additional $5.
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Public transit
Metro: Hollywood & Highland
Additional
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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4.1  based on all time ratings
4.2
food
4.3
service
4.0
ambience
3.6
value
Noise · Moderate
85% of people would recommend it to a friend
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vipKbdplr (Los Angeles)
1.0  Dined on December 30, 2016

Never went. The place is out of business. A review is useless.

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uclarry (Los Angeles)
4.0  Dined on November 20, 2016

I wanted to visit The Grill on Hollywood one last time before it closes its doors after November 23. It was my go-to place before an evening at the Pantages Theatre, for more than a few birthday celebrations and especially for the New York steak. Now I will have to find a new favorite place.

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vipDinner4One (Los Angeles)
5.0  Dined on November 20, 2016

Goodbye, The Grill on the Alley at Hollywood + Highland. It's been a great 15 years and I will miss dining there.

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SavorTheFlavor (Las Vegas)
3.0  Dined on November 17, 2016

Made a reservation because we were attending a concert at The Dolby. Our friends received their meals, ours arrived 10 minutes later and my salad was wilted and the steak cold. Overall an over priced meal that was sub par.

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DeniseK (Los Angeles)
5.0  Dined on November 17, 2016

We were late due to traffic, but they seated us anyway. Our server was very nice and we enjoyed the dinner before going to the theatre.

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OpenTable Diner (Los Angeles)
5.0  Dined on November 8, 2016

This Hollywood version of the famous Grill on the Alley in Bev Hills has the same menu but much more space and many fewer celebs and showbiz operatives -- it's on the fourth floor of the Hollywood & Highland Center, so the clientele tilts towards to tourist trade. Nevertheless, the decor is very "private men's club" -- private-style leather banquettes and a few tables for groups in multiple rooms and the patio. This is a go-to spot for business lunches for me, since the parking is relatively easy and it's roughly half-way between my location (Burbank) and westside communities.

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OpenTable Diner (Los Angeles)
1.0  Dined on November 6, 2016

Worst restaurant experience I have ever had in my life

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OpenTable Diner (Kansas City)
2.0  Dined on October 20, 2016

I ordered the Steak salad. For almost $30 I received a lovely bowl of lettuce with 5 thinly sliced pieces of steak on top and 2 onion rings. Another overpriced Hollywood restaurant. The food is good, I don't want to imply it's not. And the service is good as well but there's nothing special or better about this restaurant or its food than anywhere else. It's expensive, more than it's worth, I'd skip this one.

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viplovetogoout (Los Angeles)
5.0  Dined on October 15, 2016

Absolutely love this restaurant! It has never disappointed us. The steaks are fabulous and when you feel like being a little evil the Onion Rings are to die for :) I would definitely recommend this restaurant. It's a little pricey so we usual go there when we are celebrating something!

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vipBillandSteve (Los Angeles)
2.0  Dined on October 9, 2016

Nope.. I had high hopes, even after reading a lot of reviews. Service was slow.. I let that go, I was in rush. We decided on The Grill for pre Hollywood Bowl Dinner. Server was new... she didn't say, but you could tell, she had to ask the chefs most simple questions.. like was the pan fried scallops, only fried alone in a clean pan? Which should always be the case . She said she had seen them fry some on the grill? The. Said let me go ask. Someone in the group is allergic to other types of fish. I asked if any of the steaks were grass fed.. she said they all were. I said are you sure, it would usually say and I prefer that. So she went to ask, none were.. I don't mind paying money for food, I most certainly have paid a lot more.. with that said.. nothing we ate was worth the price at all. Scallops inconsistent some where good and some where not. Even the house bread, some was good and some was not.. it was like part of it got doused in salt?!... the Cesar salad I had.. looked like it was over dressed, it wasn't.. the lettuce seemed to be washed and not dried.. so it was watered down. The croutons were good. 13.00 for a small Cesar dinner salad, should be perfect.. also the same with 35.00 for 4 or 5 scallops. I also had a special filet medallions .. it was a huge amount.... but it was only two medallions and one was at least twice the size of the other... and sadly the cooking was awful on one and good on the other.. so did they cook a really thick filet (like 8 oz the same time as a half sized 4 oz?) it was something like 54.00. I would much prefer evenly sliced and cooked. Or one smaller grass fed for the price.. or even pay more for Waygu. It was really about a 30.00 very bland piece of filet served in a nice setting. A 35.00 scallop plate worth about 22.00 in a nice setting. A 6.00 salad for 13.00 in a nice setting.. I didn't have any, but someone had their Brussels sprouts and did say that they were amazing.. so there is that. The champagne was perfect.

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vipSMD2 (Los Angeles)
3.0  Dined on October 2, 2016

It was an okay place. A bit pricey for the food quality. Service was excellent

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OpenTable Diner (Orange County)
2.0  Dined on October 1, 2016

The best part is convenience for parking for the Hollywood Bowl or Pantages. The food is expensive. The steak tartare had no taste. Cocktails very expensive.

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EZBaby (Los Angeles)
5.0  Dined on September 20, 2016

Always great food and service. I have never made a reservation through Open Table and had to wait for a seat.

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vipOpenTable Diner (Los Angeles)
2.0  Dined on September 20, 2016

Service was poor, orders were wrong, late or poorly cooked. Wouldn't recommend.

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OpenTable Diner (Los Angeles)
3.0  Dined on September 20, 2016

I made reservations on open table for a business group lunch. We were warmly welcomed at the door and our table was ready with no issues. We waited a bit longer than we would have liked for our order to be taken, but once it was taken the food was delivered in a reasonable amount of time and everyone was pleased. I had the soup and Cobb salad combo. I got the lobster bisque which was super hot when it came out. It tasted good, but it was mostly broth, not sure where the lobster was. The Cobb salad was okay. I asked for extra dressing on the side, but maybe they tossed it in. There was a lot of dressing. It was made with iceberg lettuce, which is not my favorite, but it was fine. Everyone else liked their food and said it was good. The ambiance was nice, and all of the staff were friendly. I would go back again, but next time I'll try a different dish.

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