The Silver
Cart

The ideas that made Lawry’s so unique sprang from the late founder, Mr. Lawrence Frank and Mr. Walter van de Kamp’s belief that customers deserve top quality food and exemplary service. Hence no expense was spared to make the carts magnificent. Lawrence L. Frank designed the famous “silver” carts so that the beef could be carved at tableside. The first one was built in 1938 and it cost nearly as much as a Cadillac (US$30,000). (That cost has kept pace with inflation, and a new cart today is still as expensive as a new Cadillac.)

Signature Roasted USDA Prime Rib of Beef

Lawry’s main attraction: The renowned Signature USDA Prime Ribs of Beef, aged of up to 21 days to heighten tenderness. Slowly roasted on beds of rock salt,carved and served from our “Silver Carts” with Yorkshire Pudding

The Famous Original Spinning Bowl Salad

A blend of crisp Romaine, baby Spinach, shredded Beets, chopped Eggs and Croutons, tossed with our exclusive Vintage dressing in a salad bowl spun on a bed of ice

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