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About The Grill on the Alley - Beverly Hills
The Grill on the Alley was opened in 1984 as a living tribute to the great American grills of yesterday. In time, it has established itself as one of the country's leading restaurants, praised by writers across the country. The menu is classic American grill - prime steaks, fresh seafood, traditional dishes such as chicken pot pie or meatloaf and mashed potatoes, and homemade desserts. Named to The Fine Dining Hall of Fame by Nation's Restaurant News, The Grill is home of the entertainment industry's "power lunch," but is also open for dinner seven days a week.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Steak, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Sunday, 5pm-9pm, Dinner only
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Takeout, Wine
The Grill on the Alley - Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
We were out celebrating so we ordered the surf and turf, what a mistake! Everything was covered in old bay seasoning. Additionally, I asked if they were using Maine lobster and the server said absolutely, so you can imagine how disappointed I was when they brought out a warm water lobster. At a place like this I would have expected the server to notice before it was brought to the table. I had to inform the server and the assistant waiter that they brought the wrong thing and the waiter barely apologized for the mix up. We were given one drink for the ordeal, obviously a way to keep the Maitre'd from knowing about the lobster mix up. The server claimed it was a change the kitchen had made a few days earlier and they hadn't been informed, which was very obviously just a cover up. We will not return. For this price point there are plenty of better options in the area.
Class All the Way!
As you walk into the front door of this unique facility, you immediately sense the ambiance and coziness of the dinng room and know that you’re in for something special...
Our waiter was exceptional in his service to our group blending in his professionalism and personality too.
The food was nothing less than superb!
Did I say this restaurant oozes Class...?
Hostess Pamela was very helpful when my colleagues and I were late on our reservation. You know how it is with traffic and parking when there are 3-4 meetings all over L.A....also there's free 2 hour parking one block away...and that block is Rodeo Drive so it's a nice surprise. Food is yummy, service quick and attentive.
We are not from the area. We were in town celebrating our anniversary and wanted an upscale dinner experience. We read the reviews for this place and thought it would be perfect. We were greeted with rudeness from the host because we were 15 minutes late for our reservation. We left when our Gps said to. He said we could have called. I felt like I was being scolded. The mood for our special dinner was ruined. The wait staff did a good job and they were awesome. The food was ok. Not the best or worst. I will never go back to this place again.
The food is good is good but expensive. The room is attractive, but when busy, the noise level is deafening. It is unfortunate- it makes it impossible to have a conversation. The booths on the sides are probably a little quieter than sitting in the middle of the room.
We love the grill food and service.
It was a double birthday celebration & we requested a booth but didn't get one! They brought two desserts however for our birthdays which was very nice and delicious.
The food is consistently delicious and it's a fun place to go for evening drinks.
Pretty fancy which was expected since its right off of Rodeo Drive but not stuffy at all. Food was excellent and our waitress, Jane, was awesome. She was extremely personable and knew the menu very well. Everyone was very happy with meals (mostly steak and lamb choices) and the sides were delicious.
Food and service were very good. I had the Lake Superior whitefish pan fried with the lemon butter sauce. It was delicious. The rest of the group ordered the Sunday prime rib dinners and said they were very good including the Yorkshire pudding. The drawback for us was the noise level. This is not really the restaurant to sit and visit. Very noisy. Also on the pricey side. Nice restaurant if you come on a less busy night.
This has always been a favorite. If yoj cojld get a table on the far side in a booth, it was moderatelz quiet. Our last visit was on a Thursday night. Noise was impossible. Waitstaff, whille still gracious a nd friendly, were understaffed and we had to ask for everything three times. Food wasstill great but not a pleasant evening.
2nd time dining in the Grill in the last 4 days and overall I really like this restaurant. The menu offers a variety of great culinary options and my family and I loved the nice energy and local vibe of this fine Beverly Hills restaurant.
We were lucky enough to get a booth for 4 on both occasions and were very privileged to have the very friendly Salvador look after us on both nights.
I highly recommend the Grill.
Normally we love this restaurant, but this last outing was disappointing. The service was not great: one main dish was not prepared as asked (in a way done many times in the past) , a drink was never delivered, and the food order finally was taken a long time after being seated. One diner had the Veal Oscar which was expensive and not good (the veal portion was not good, the crab on top was fine). Another had lobster tails, one of which was pretty good and the other fantastic. Perhaps it was because it was a busier Saturday night, but overall this outing would be enough to turn us off if we'd been first-timers. Since we're not, we'll be returning, but probably not on a Saturday night.
Service was lacking and disorganized. 3 hour meal that might have needed to be two. No apologies made. Tip reflected.
Said they had teams. These are experienced wait staff. I was surprised and disappointed.
I am going to say this is the first time in 20 years of eating here that service dropped off so it has to be a anomaly.
Will still return.
There was four of us for dinner , first time here are all of us. It was quiet at first but then this place got lively with all the patrons which is nice to see that they enjoyed this place.
We actually all tried their delicious DineLA menu. It was a very good menu and we all enjoyed our picks. The most outstanding dishes were the Lobster Bisque and the Kurobuta Pork chops. Brownie and Lime Tart desserts were very good, big portions.
All of us agreed we would come back again.
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