The Tam O'Shanter Inn is one of Los Angeles' oldest restaurants. Established in 1922, it serves hearty pub fare with a touch of Scottish flair, and is known for its prime rib and Yorkshire pudding. It is located in Atwater Village at 2980 Los Feliz Boulevard at the corner of Boyce Avenue. Free valet parking.
We spent the day at the Walt Disney Studios and had made dinner reservations at the restaurant after our tour. It's only a 15-minute dive away.
The exterior is very cottage like and reminiscent of Snow White.
We still waited 20 minutes with reservations.
Walt Disney, Tam O'Shanter founder Lawrence Frank, and designer Harry Oliver at the Tam' O'Shanter Inn, 1960.
We had the prime rib and Yorkshire pudding. The meal was delicious. If you are a Disney fan, I would recommend this restaurant. You can request to sit at Walt's table and if you're lucky, it will be available.
Walt Disney's favorite table #31, is located next to the fireplace in the main dining room.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".
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