In 1965, the Frank and Van de Kamp families, famous for their restaurant innovations of Lawry's The Prime Rib and Tam O'Shanter, undertook the development of yet another enduring legend. Inspired by a love for English country inns, Richard N. Frank spearheaded the recreation of England's oldest country inn, Ye Olde Bell (est. 1135 A.D.), and named it Five Crowns. The magic of Five Crowns' English character is reflected in both its fine food and enchanting décor. Heavy wood paneling, antique furnishings, cozy fireplaces and attentive staff capture the romantic spirit of Olde England. The atmosphere is inviting, the service impeccable. From fine china, pristine linens and sparkling crystal, no detail is overlooked.
Under the direction of an acclaimed chef and staff, the menu specializes in the finest prime rib, as well as an assortment of top-grade beef and poultry selections, and fresh seasonal seafood dishes. Our impressive wine collection has been honored with the Wine Spectator Grand Award, and offers varieties to satisfy even the most discriminating palate. Inspired by a tradition of hospitality and merriment, at Five Crowns you'll always receive the very warmest of welcomes.
· Reservations recommended
· All major credit cards accepted
· Valet parking available
· We recommend attire that is befitting a special occasion restaurant. We strongly request no tank tops, torn jeans, hats, and casual gym wear.
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