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Reminiscent of the dinner clubs of the 1940s, the warm and inviting ambience takes diners back to Rat Pack days. Hardwood floors, white table clothes, leather booths and white-jacketed waiters create a truly unique dining experience. The knowledgeable, friendly staff will guide you through the 400-plus wine offerings and extensive menu featuring Kobe Beef, USDA Prime Steaks, Fresh Seafood and American classics like Braised Short Ribs and Chicken Pot Pie.
About the Grill
On January 31, 1984, The Grill on the Alley, located steps from Rodeo Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills, opened its doors and became an instant hit. Its continued success has earned The Grill an international reputation for quality and consistency. The three founders developed a concept that still draws fans worldwide. Under the current leadership of CEO Philip Gay, The Grill today continues its legendary traditions in major United States cities by offering an extensive selection of superior quality classic American food served by dedicated professionals in a sophisticated, yet warm and unpretentious atmosphere.
The Grill (as it is sometimes known) was modeled after the great grills of New York and San Francisco; the founders seeking to maintain the tradition of those fine, old establishments by offering first-rate fare, attentive service, and a familiar, dignified atmosphere. The response was tremendous, as The Grill evolved into one of the Los Angeles area's best known, "must-do" places.
The Grill's second location was opened in May, 1998, at The Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, California, in the heart of the Silicon Valley.
The Grill on the Alley in Chicago opened on downtown Chicago's "Magnificent Mile" in June 2000, and is just steps from Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Marshall Field's, Water Tower Place, and the John Hancock building.
The fourth The Grill - known as The Grill on Hollywood - opened in Hollywood's Hollywood and Highland Entertainment Complex in November 2001. This bustling center is home to the Kodak Theater which hosts The Academy Awards year after year, and attracts locals and tourists alike.
The newest home of The Grill on the Alley is Dallas, Texas. The restaurant, which opened in July 2006, is part of the Galleria Dallas, the busiest upscale shopping destination in the city.