The Boardwalk Restaurant Brings Back Old Atlantic City


Hollywood just got a new addition of old Atlantic City, with the opening of The Boardwalk at 6683 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028 three doors from the world famous Mousso and Franks.

The Boardwalk resembles that of an old brick celler, found in the Prohibition days in Atlantic City. There menu matches with items such as Ribeye steak in Brandy sauce, huge hamburgers and large shrimp skewers, all in the era of a day, where the fancy zoot suit gentlemen would bring their dates for a quiet dinner and listen to some great jazz.

Restaurateurs Arthur Lusinyan and Arsin Sergoyn brought this concept to Hollywood. On April 4th Wednesday, there’s a soft opening with a few celebrity guests such as Anna Easteden, Gabriel Tang, Tom Hallick and Gloria Rhoads Berlin who will taste the food and enjoy some jazz.

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