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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
This is usually my favorite and celebration place. I always order the same thing because I love it so much, something off the menu and they didn't have it this time. I wanted to branch out anyway so I had what many people say is their favorite thing there, the John Dory. This is a very pricey restaurant. My fish came in several pieces, it had basically no taste, maybe it was overcooked and/or under-seasoned. In the past I've trusted the kitchen to do the perfect thing. I would have been more disappointed had it not been for excellent service and one of the best martinis of all time.
Been going there for years. Always excellent. I enjoy the clean, classic, old fashioned ambience they have created along with of course excellent food. I always get the NY steak or the Ribeye and always excellent. If you like a kind of restaurant that reminds you of the old days like the TV show Mad Men, this is the place. The waiters have white uniform and the place is a throwback to the old fashioned steakhouse. It is great not only for special occasions but also great for everyday dining, provided you have the budget for it.
Jane was our server and one of the best waiters we've ever had. Loved her. Bread is and always has been the best anywhere. This place used to be bustling but I get a sense of it quieting down - maybe it was just a slow Monday. Food was just ok. Steak came out overcooked, sent it back but kitchen had started to shut down, so it came back rare. We just took it home to cook longer later.
Service was terrible, restaurant not busy on Monday night, our waiter came over 3 times in first 10 minutes to order, we felt rushed, then couldn’t find him, finally ordered a drink and he disappeared for 15 minutes. Food was good although not hot.
He then was NOT around after we finished dinner for dessert and we couldn’t get the check. Dessert was packed up in kitchen as we requested and one was left out by “accident”?
The check had extra $10.00 charge for dessert which came with dine LA dinner.
We felt we can’t go back to this restaurant. Two parties next to us also complained about the service. Are there managers watching what’s going on?? Maybe they are busy socializing with guests
I guess we’re firtunate this isn’t the only restaurant in town.
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Was the best pre-New Year's dinner ever! We took my cousin for dinner. The special of the night was filet oscar! He opted to step it up to whole filet instead of just the petite. OMG the thing was a roast and he enjoyed every bite :) I chose the petite it melted like butter crab and sauce was the bomb. My husband enjoyed the surf and turf. The lobster was cooked perfect and was very sweet. They enjoyed an excellent cab from their big wine list and we were too full to have dessert, but finished the night with an expresso! Perfect evening. Great way to end 2017! Big thank you to the wait staff and chefs! Bravo The Grill on the Alley. Much love!
We booked the Grill on the Alley for dinner during a mini vacation to attend the Rose Bowl game. I enjoyed the Parmesan Crusted Sea Bass. My wife enjoyed the pork chop with blackberry sauce. We also ordered a bottle of wine. The total cost of our meal was about $200. Portions were generous. The food was generally excellent, as expected. However, the Parmesan crust on the sea bass was a bit over cooked and hard. Service was superior - attentive, friendly, and knowledgeable. We dined early (5:45), the restaurant was uncrowded and the clientele was older (65+). The dining area is very “live” acoustically and as more diners arrived, the noise level rose significantly. If one is looking for a candlelight, intimate, romantic dinner, this is not the spot. But, if the goal is excellent food and superior service, we recommend it highly,
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