Restaurant Row (Beverly Hills)
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Restaurant Row is an approximately mile-long strip of La Cienega Boulevard, from Wilshire to Beverly in Beverly Hills, California. This area has been the home of many famous restaurants, some still there and some long gone, such as Tail O' the Pup, Eddie Arcaro's, Ollie Hammond's Steak House and The Smith Brothers' Fish Shanty (with an entrance shaped like the mouth of a whale). The nickname was first applied to the area sometime in the 1940s.
From Wilshire in Beverly Hills traveling North the best known establishments are Benihana, The Stinking Rose, Darioush, Lawry's Prime Rib, Hakobe, Tokyo Table - Tokyo City Cuisine, Matsuhisa, Fogo de Chão, Gyu-Kaku, Woo Lae Oak, The Bazaar by José Andrés and Morton's.
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