Lumpy Gravy (The Restaurant)
"Lumpy Gravy" was a Los Angeles restaurant, named after Zappa's album Lumpy Gravy (1968). It could be found at 7311 Beverly Blvd., and was opened by Gabor Csupo and his partner Brett Crain in 1997. He described it as "a serious art gallery that serves exotic eclectic cuisine". There was live music on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights. The gallery upstairs featured Eastern European paintings, metallic collages, crazy industrial toys and the works of Moon Zappa.
"Lumpy Gravy" closed in June 1999.