Known throughout LA folklore as Charlie Chaplin's beloved office space (which he lost in a divorce settlement to his first wife) Campanile's building is an inspiring example of architecture from Hollywood's golden era. Built in 1929, the restaurant features stone floors, elegant arches, balconies and cathedral ceilings. The restaurant is also a popular lunch spot, bustling with the echos of its powerful clientele enjoying Cal/Mediterranean menu of braised rabbit, tender scallops and smoked salmon. Weekend brunch is also a popular menu featuring Hot Irish oatmeal with currents and brown sugar, eggs Benedict and gravlax on a toasted bagel with onions, cream cheese and cranberries. After your meal, head next door to the La Brea Bakery - owned by the same husband and wife team - to sample their award-winning bread and pastry offerings.
624 S. La Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036