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Mel's Drive-In

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<p>Though you might think Mel's Drive-In is about 35 years older than it actually is, that's the point: when it opened in 1985 it was meant to look like a traditional American diner from the 1950's. You can even see what the original San Fransisco Mel's is modeled after in the film <i>American Graffiti</i>. This now-famous location below Hollywood Boulevard on North Highland opened in November of 2001. They serve classic American diner fare like hamburgers and fries, as well as home-style dishes like meatloaf and lasagna.</p>
<p>This location sits in the Max Factor building and shares a wall with the Hollywood History Museum. In the back of Mel's you'll find their Celebrity Bar, a lounge available for private parties, movie sceenings and just hangin' out. No cover but DJ's, happy hour and Monday Night Football available.</p>
1650 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 465-2111
  • Hours: Sun - Thurs, 6:30am - 3am; Fri - Sat, 24 hours
  • Accessible: yes
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