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Philippe the Original Photowalk

Philippe the Original – Los Angeles Photowalk

By January 2, 2019 No Comments
Philippe the Original by Jefferson Graham

The crowd at Philippe the Original in downtown Los Angeles on a Sunday afternoon. One of the oldest restaurants in L.A., Philippe still draws a hefty collection of customers. Part of the DTLA Photowalk series.

Philippe the Original is said to be where the French Dip sandwich was first seen back in 1908. Some 110 years later, it’s still thriving, as you can tell from the crowd shot above. Yes, it’s that way often.

Photowalk: Philippe the Original

Behind the counter at Philippe the Original in downtown Los Angeles. Part of the DTLA Photowalks series by Jefferson Graham

Philippe is two blocks from Union Station, the big Los Angeles train station and Olvera Street, the oldest street in Los Angeles.

The restaurant has two parking lots, and it’s free while you dine there.

Photowalk - Philippe the Original

The menu at Philippe the Original, photographed by Jefferson Graham for the DTLA Photowalk series

Photowalk Philippe the Original

A wall clock from Philippe the Original.

Photowalk Philippe the Original

Philippe the Original sign in downtown Los Angeles by Jefferson Graham

Oh–and the French Dip is worth the wait. It’s that great.

1001 N. Alameda, Los Angeles

Photowalk - Philippe the Original

A French Dip sandwich, potato salad, iced tea, a Coke and lemonade from Philippe the Original in downtown Los Angeles. Part of the DTLA Photowalks series by Jefferson Graham

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