The classic Old Hollywood grill room lives on in Hollywood’s oldest restaurant, in business since 1919. Its cachet comes from having been the haunt of Rudolph Valentino, Charlie Chaplin, Raymond Chandler. Bogart would toss back a few with Lauren Bacall or Dashielle Hammet here; Faulkner and Hemingway worked on their screenplays. Musso & Frank is still known for its bone-dry martinis, delivered to leather booths by red-coated waiters. The old-school menu—veal scaloppini Marsala, roast lamb with mint jelly, broiled lobster—is overshadowed by the legend, but its grilled meats are still among the best to be found. Tip: Time-trippers can sit at the counter for the full M&F effect, or request table no. 1 in the west room, which was Charlie Chaplin’s regular spot.