Taylor's Steakhouse - Los Angeles
The venerable Los Angeles eatery boasts a legacy that started in 1953 when “Tex” and Margie Taylor bought O’Kelley’s Tavern just west of downtown Los Angeles. What began as Taylor’s Tavern--dubbed the “Biggest Little Bar in Los Angeles”--soon grew to become Taylor’s Steak House.
In 1970, it moved to a larger location in the Mid-Wilshire district. Now passed down to son Bruce Taylor, the classic steakhouse maintained an elegant old world setting, with a full bar, private tables and a group room for private functions. Taylor’s has been dedicated to providing the finest aged, corn-fed prime and certified Angus beef available at affordable prices.
There are daily specials in addition to the standard steakhouse favorites, ranging from Monday's pot roast and mashed potatoes to kosher-style braised short ribs every Friday.