A Scottish pub wrapped in an adorable storybook-cottage exterior (with a red British telephone booth out front to boot!), Tam O'Shanter has been an Atwater Village institution since 1922. Known for their prime rib and good cheer, the restaurant was established by Lawrence Frank and Walter Van de Kamp (founders of Van de Kamp's Holland Dutch Bakeries and Lawry's restaurant chain), and is the oldest restaurant in Los Angeles to be operated in the same location by the same family. With classic Scottish fare like Fish & Chips or Sticky Toffee Pudding in addition to the restaurant's heralded steaks, the pub's warm, dark interior lends the perfect atmosphere for settling in with a stiff drink and hearty food. Brunch is my personal favorite meal at Tam's, but I've never been quite brave enough to try out the Royal Guard's Brunch -- which includes a 6 oz. cut of prime rib, two eggs, potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, and creamed corn or spinach, and is billed as "a feast filling enough for those that stand guard over her Majesty the Queen!"
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