Sunday, June 12, 2016
And the second thing: back in the ‘30s, during the Depression, you paid what you could afford, even if that meant eating for free. And yet, somehow the business prospered.
When I was a kid I LOVED going to Cliftons. No place was goofier and they had a big treasure chest for children. You could pick out a little toy as you left. This was way more exciting than girls.
Last week I went to lunch there with my daughter Annie and her fiancée Jon. These are some of the photos I took. Just another reason why I love LA.
Clifton’s is located at 648 S. Broadway in newly-chic-but-not-that-street Downtown Los Angeles. Bring a camera. And a child.
By Ken Levine at 6:00 AM