The Magic Castle | Hollywood | American, Steakhouse, Bars and Clubs, Music Venues, Performing Arts Venues | Restaurant
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Dinner reservations are required while spending a night at the invitation-only Magic Castle. You can easily spend five hours here, watching various magic acts, perusing the mysterious hallways, ogling photos of well-known and odd-ball magicians hanging on the walls. The dinner menu isn't huge, but includes vegetarian, fish and meat options such as lobster, pasta, and filet mignon. Make sure to leave your camera at home: no food paps allowed.

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Price: $$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards

Parking: Valet


Reservations: Accepted, Required


Attire: Formal (Jacket Required)


Entertainment: Live Entertainment


Extra Info: Private Venue

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