The Smokehouse, across the street from Warner Brothers in Burbank, opened in 1946 at Pass and Riverside. It was so successful that in 1948 it moved to its current, larger location. The restaurant was later expanded by Wayne McCallister, who also built Bob’s Big Boy, to add a lounge and bar. Known for their juicy steaks, unique garlic bread, celebrity clientele and kitschy lounge acts, The Smokehouse is one of LA’s real treasures.
The Smokehouse celebrates its 69th anniversary with bargains throughout the entire month of October. They will offer a commemorative $19.46 menu, and classic cocktails for $6.90. Every Tuesday in October you will receive 25% off the regular menu all day long. On October 12th, The Smokehouse will have a special event for its 69th anniversary with 50% off the regular menu all day. Live music starts at 6pm, and cake and raffle prizes will start at 8pm with a champagne toast afterwards.