Welcome to the Café at the End of the Universe, by Wolfgang Puck.
Located on the observatory's lower level between the Gunther Depths of Space exhibit hall and the Gottlieb Transit Corridor, the Café at the End of the Universe is the perfect place for a leisurely meal or a quick bite.
Seating is available inside the café or outdoors on the Sunset Terrace, where guests can enjoy views of the City and the Hollywood Sign.
Set in a casual dining atmosphere, we offer several culinary options, including soups du jour, fresh sandwiches, wraps and other daily-made items in our Grab-n-Go cooler, plus a self-serve salad bar and “telescope-friendly” hot entrée counter.
For larger groups or those looking to plan ahead, museum-goers may also order pre-packaged box lunches by contacting the cafe.
Reminder: You don't need tickets to the Griffith Observatory to dine at Griffith Café.
For more information about Griffith Café, please call us at 323-661-2231
The Cafe at the End of the Universe is located on the observatory's lower level between the Gunther Depths of Space exhibit hall and the Gottlieb Transit Corridor.
Southern California’s gateway to the cosmos! Visitors can look through telescopes, explore exhibits, see live shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, and enjoy spectacular views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign.
Read what these guests had to say about their experience with Griffith Café by Wolfgang Puck.
Reviewed On Google by Ujjwala H.
Come here for the al-fresco seating with beautiful panoramic views of the city... Living in the neighborhood, this has become one of my favorite places to come to and get a bit of work done in an inspirational setting.
Reviewed On Google by Laurie E.
This place is great, the Wolfgang puck refrigerated sandwiches are good as well as the macaroni from the salad bar. The prices match the quality of the food that you're receiving. Staff is friendly and helpful. The view is nice and you can see the Hollywood sign. It's a great way to fill up after visiting the Griffith Observatory.
Reviewed On Google by Brian E.
Chilling on the patio outside under the moon and the stars looking at the city lights while enjoying a hot cup of butternut squash, could life get any better?