Join us as we welcome back the ale and sandwich bar lunch!
IT’S HARD TO BELIEVE the holidays are fast upon us again. All of us at Lawry’s Restaurants are looking forward to sharing this wonderful time of year with you. There is nothing quite like a delicious prime rib or a golden roasted Thanksgiving turkey with all the trimmings served in the distinctive atmosphere and with the warm hospitality you expect from Lawry’s.
For my family, like many of yours, visits to our restaurants during the holiday season are a long established tradition. Three generations (actually four now, with the new addition of my first great grandson) will gather this year, as we always have, for a cozy Christmas Eve dinner at Five Crowns.
celebrate our traditions, new and old
During the week between Christmas and the first of the year, our extended family joins friends and associates at the annual Beef Bowls, sponsored by Lawry’s for over fifty years. For longer than I can remember, my wife, Mary Alice, and I have rung in the New Year at Lawry’s The Prime Rib in Beverly Hills.
And, after an exciting New Year’s Day, we wind up our holiday season with a tasty family meal at our oldest and perhaps most charming restaurant, the Tam O’Shanter.
The warm greetings from our staff, the sparkle of festive decorations, the bustle of strolling carolers in 19th century costumes and, most of all, the savory aroma of the finest prime rib
This winter, you, your family and friends can also enjoy all the traditions the Franks have come to know and love at each and every one of our restaurants.
From the moment you enter, you’ll be enveloped in the true spirit of the season. The warm greetings from our staff, the sparkle of festive decorations, the bustle of strolling carolers in 19th-century costumes and, most of all, the savory aroma of the finest prime rib combine to create a holiday memory for you that is uniquely Lawry’s.
We look forward to seeing you soon as we all celebrate our traditions, new and old. From all of us at Lawry’s Restaurants, we wish you the happiest of holidays and the very best in the coming New Year.
From the desk of Richard N. Frank