It’s a combination you can’t beat — a classic, landmark restaurant that serves the highest quality food prepared by Burbank’s legendary head chef, Jose Lopez and his team of culinary professionals.

For nearly 65 years people have come to Frank’s to cure their hunger, but with the freshest and the tastiest food around — food that fills the stomach but doesn’t drain the wallet.

When Burbank’s other landmark restaurant, Genio’s, closed its doors, it’s legendary head chef bought Frank’s and the rest is history. The classic architecture makes it a favorite location for popular films, television programs and commercials. Most recently, CSI filmed at Franks. And if you saw the recent Tom Hanks/Julia Roberts film Larry Crown, you saw them in Frank’s Restaurant.

Franks is conveniently located near the heart of Burbank near the intersection of Olive Avenue and Victory Boulevard. Film and television industry professionals frequent the restaurant because it’s close to the hundreds of studios, editing houses and post-production operations in and around Burbank’s famous Media District.

If you haven’t visited Frank’s, please stop by and give us a visit. Bring your laptop or other device and take advantage of the free Wi/Fi connection. Come in before 11 a.m. and you can enjoy a wholesome breakfast special for only $4.50. Or stick around and enjoy a slice of fresh, Martino’s pie or pastry.

Frank’s Restaurant is at 916 W. Olive Ave., between the Portofino Motel (formerly Olive Manor) and the Jiffy Lube that’s at the corner atVictory Blvd. Or call us at 818-807-7274.


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  1. Pingback: Offbeat L.A.: The Oldest Surviving Los Angeles Restaurants… A Master List of the Vintage, Historic and Old School | The LA Beat

  2. “For nearly 65 years”, yet there is nothing on here to say when the article was written. WHEN was Frank’s opened? I live in Oregon now and miss Frank’s…thanks for the memory.

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