Philippe The Original

The Birthplace of the French Dip
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Philippe The Original
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It's not often that you get to bite into history. Philippe's has been serving up their original creation, The French Dip, for nearly a century and there's a reason there's still a line out the door on a daily basis. The kick on that spicy mustard is like nothing you'll find anywhere else!
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The legend of the au jus soaked wonder known as the French Dip got its start in Los Angeles nearly 100 years ago. Philippe owner Philippe Mathieu accidentally dropped a sliced roll into the hot juice filled roasting pan of a beef sandwich he was preparing. The patron, a policeman, said he’d take the sandwich anyway sparking a trend that has become a menu go-to the world over.

While the city around it may have changed, Philippe’s is still family owned and serving up their legendary French Dip sandwiches slathered with their trademark spicy mustard for all to enjoy.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Philippe the Original has been featured on Emeril Lagasse's Cooking Channel Show "The Originals," numerous Food Network shows, as well as in The Los Angeles Times, Eater, Road Food, and just about every other food and news outlet around over their 100+ year history.

Philippe The Original

The Birthplace of the French Dip

The legend of the au jus soaked wonder known as the French Dip got its start in Los Angeles nearly 100 years ago. Philippe owner Philippe Mathieu accidentally dropped a sliced roll into the hot juice filled roasting pan of a beef sandwich he was preparing. The patron, a policeman, said he’d take the sandwich anyway sparking a trend that has become a menu go-to the world over.

While the city around it may have changed, Philippe’s is still family owned and serving up their legendary French Dip sandwiches slathered with their trademark spicy mustard for all to enjoy.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Philippe the Original has been featured on Emeril Lagasse's Cooking Channel Show "The Originals," numerous Food Network shows, as well as in The Los Angeles Times, Eater, Road Food, and just about every other food and news outlet around over their 100+ year history.