With interior design based on the after-hours industry hangout of Hollywood’s Golden Age, this airy post-Deco hall shoots for class. Caricatures of film legends line the walls, and the Cobb salad served here (the original Brown Derby was noted for inventing Cobb salad) is a bit of a caricature in its own way: It’s often soggy. Other choices all invoke that mid-20th-century California spirit at the park’s highest prices ($29 for mushroom risotto? Are they kidding?). Expect fillet of beef, chicken à la King, salmon, and cioppino. The grapefruit cake ($13) is a specialty—they’ll give you the recipe.

Outside, The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge does sliders, steamed buns, and cocktails ($14–$18) at tables under umbrellas. There's also an outdoor cocktail kiosk that you don't need reservations for. Entrees $20‒$49. No mobile orders.