Monday 10am-3pm–6pm* 
Closed Tuesday

Sun, Wed 10am–7:30pm

Thurs–Sat 10am–9pm

Dinner Service begins at 5pm
*Closed for Dinner Service

Closed June 23 10am-3pm

Our Story

Nestled inside the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, Fanny’s is a contemporary restaurant that nods to the enduring charm of Hollywood’s classical era.

Named after Fanny Brice—the legendary movie, vaudeville, theater, and radio star portrayed by Barbra Streisand in her Oscar®-winning role in Funny Girl (1968)—the striking two-story, 10,000-square-foot space, conceptualized by the late architect Osvaldo Maiozzi, features a chef-designed open kitchen, elegant bar, and sumptuous, red booth-speckled dining room. The restaurant is supported by Wendy Stark Morrissey, Brice’s granddaughter.

Fanny Brice began her show business career in her teens, and was known for her special brand of humor, charisma, and tireless work. Defying all expectations, Fanny became one of her era’s most prolific entertainers—defining herself, for herself—and paved a path for countless others. Taking a cue from her panac
he, the restaurant offers a vibrant gathering space in which to escape in sipping and savoring over great conversation, day or night.

Designed by LA-based Commune Design, Fanny’s blends contemporary style with old Hollywood inspiration, as embodied by iconic restaurants like the Brown Derby and Perino’s, as well as studio backlots and the 1939 Streamline Moderne architecture of the museum’s Saban Building. A specially-commissioned wraparound mural by Los Angeles artist and illustrator Konstantin Kakanias celebrates film and music legends from classical Hollywood to present day.

Our Culinary Team

Our kitchen is led by Executive Chef Jun Bum Oh, a veteran of celebrated and 
Michelin-starred restaurants in Los Angeles. 

Additional support is provided by Chef Eric Klein, SVP Culinary for Wolfgang Puck Catering, and pastry chef Amanda John.

Chef Jun Bum Oh

Pastry Chef Amanda John