LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The original Dominick’s restaurant and bar, established in 1948, was a favored watering hole for Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack. Only friends of friends were able to drink and dine in this exclusive Hollywood hot spot.

Now in the hands of Warner Ebbink, and Brandon Boudet — who also own the 101 Coffee Shop — Dominick’s (8715 Beverly Boulevard, WeHo 90048,  310-652-2335) returns to that original glory. On the plus side now, you don’t need to be in the Rat Pack, or the Brat Pack or know George Clooney to get in.

Dominck’s boasts a full bar with an eclectic Italian and California wine list.

It is quickly becoming one of the places young Hollywood likes to go.

For more about Dominick’s, including their menu, click here.

Comments (8)
  1. Corinne Anderson says:

    Horrible menu, outrageous prices, awful.

  2. Z says:

    $12. meatball sub… that;s allot bof dumesssssssss………….

  3. Realist says:

    Save your money. This place is not worth the bother!

  4. DJ says:

    Highly recommend! Great food, fantastic spot for a casual delicious meal!!

  5. Michael J. McDermott says:

    Oh, and it has the Frank Sinatra/ Rat Pack ambiance you can only find in Glendale… Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

  6. Jennifer Gruskoff says:

    Love this place and it’s baby brother, Little Dom’s in Los Feliz. The white fish piccata is delicious, and they seriously are the best meatballs in town. We know we can always count on a good meal and good vibes on their fire-lit patio.

    1. Michael J. McDermott says:

      Oh, really? Do they have smoking?

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