The Pacific Dining Car was born in a railway train car parked on a rented lot in downtown Los Angeles, back in 1921. A second Pacific Dining Car opened in Santa Monica, dimly lit and paneled in dark wood. Specialties include steaks and fresh seafood. Corn-fed American beef is aged at the restaurant in a temperature- and humidity-controlled meat room and grilled at high temps.
Unusual for a fine dining establishment like this to be open 24 hours, but very film noir in a way. The original is a favorite of crime novelist James Ellroy. Valet parking.