9 Vintage Photos of L.A. Restaurants That Look Straight Out of 'Mad Men' | KCET
9 Vintage Photos of L.A. Restaurants That Look Straight Out of 'Mad Men'
L.A.'s dining and nightlife have always attracted the fashionable set, though the fashions have changed considerably over the years. If you're missing "Mad Men" now that the first half of the last season has ended, these midcentury photos of L.A. restaurants might help ease the pain. From their killer decor to the evening gowns, furs and fabulous hats they attracted, these hot spots had definite style.
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