In the heart of Hollywood, amidst traffic and high-rises, sits a lovely turn-of-the-century craftsman-style bungalow, known as Off Vine. We are a quiet oasis in a noisy, chaotic city that is Hollywood today. When this charming bungalow was built in 1908, it was surrounded by fruit trees and orange groves, off a newly formed country road called Vine Street. Since then it has survived through the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depressions, Hollywood's Silent and Golden Eras, numerous earthquakes, ambitious land-owners and most recently fire. Once owned by Beryl Wallace, film actress and famed show-girl of the Earl Carroll Follies, we have a chance to glimpse into the past of ""old Hollywood"". We serve California American cuisine with homage to the comfort foods, unstinting portions and simple elegance of the finest home kitchens across the country. And we serve it for lunch dinner and weekend brunch.