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We are lucky in Los Angeles to have a lot of spectacular vintage restaurants, but we are still losing many every year to owners who retire, sell out for money or lose their long-held lease to nasty gentrification.
I’m a sucker for a joint with history, charm, character and stories.
The original tin ceilings were uncovered, new neon was added to the front and an old-time feeling wooden bar was added with more neon.
The decor features vintage pharmacy items, newspaper wallpaper, old tin signs and vintage product packages.
After a lot of detective work I’ve compiled this “Master List” and plan to update it regularly.
(1908) Philippe the Original An old fashioned delicatessen with sawdust on the concrete floors, long communal wooden tables, vintage wooden booths and photographs and historical ephemera covering the walls.Originally opened in 1887 as part of the Saugus Train Station under the name Saugus Eating House, it took its present name, The Saugus Cafe, in 1899.