York

(323) 255-9675 | View Website

5018 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions   90042

34.121066 -118.206283

Open Hours

Daily 3pm-2am (Kitchen closes at 10:30pm)

 
Bars & Pubs, Bars & Clubs, Neighborhood Bars  more

More Categories: Restaurants

Bar & Pub Special Features: Bar Food, Notable Beer List

Cuisine: Hamburgers

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Eagle Rock, East LA

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Menu
Croissant French Toast, Stuffed w/Bananas, Berry Compote, Maple Syrup, 2 Eggs, Bacon, Breakfast Potato, Toast, Bacon, Eggs Benedict, Poached Eggs, Ham, Rocket, Cheddar Horseradish, Breakfast Potato, Croissant Sandwich, Eggs, Bacon, White Cheddar, Breakfast Potato, Breakfast Potato, Egg White Omelet, Basil, Rocket, Tomato, Goat Cheese, Breakfast Potato, Fruit Bowl, Toast, Galapagos - hendrick's gin, pickle juice, grapefruit, ginger ale... more

Reviews for York

Recommends

A great place to grab a beer and a burger.

Recommends

Great for burgers and hipster-watching. Actually, they pretty much make any sandwich incredible cause I wanted to taste what my friends were having.

Recommends

Highland Park's neighborhood gastropub is as famous for their cheddar burger, truffle grilled cheese and fish and chips as they are for their laid-back, community atmosphere.

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Recommends

Much has been said of The York's burger and extensive beer list. And while that's true—there are a few things to remember. The cocktails are awesome...I had a great Makers Mark Manhattan and for a small bar bite/snack, try the fried garbanzos with cayenne pepper and lemon. They're addictive.

Recommends

Best burger in town, according to me. Truffled grilled cheese on thick cut bread is a revelation. Both go great with a local brew on tap.

Recommends
5.0

Real gastro-pub vibe – This is a great neighborhood joint. I met the two owners when they were bartenders at Mixville and followed them over here. They make a good martini, and the wine selection is small but well thought out. Good beer variety too, of course. The food is pretty good. I liked the burger and the catfish, especially the catfish. The lilttle fried garbanzo beans are interesting but not sure I would get them again. I wanted to try the fish and chips but they were out the night I tried to order them. The only thing I wasn't wild about was the Cuban sandwich. It just didn't have much zing. The bar is really starting to build a good crowd and a good momentum. Drinks are reasonably priced.

Recommends
2 months ago

Place is small but drinks are cheap and makes for a fun place to go celebrate. The food is also good! The menu is constantly changing.

over a year ago

Best burger in town, according to me. Truffled grilled cheese on thick cut bread is a revelation. Both go great with a local brew on tap.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Can't pour a proper pint – These guys do not know how to pour beer. So as to save money they will pour you a pint from a pint glass they they served earlier. Plus there beer is flat. To get a proper pint you need to go to the Verdugo.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great Music On Wednesdays!! – Along with a great beer selection they had an awesome DJ. The place was jumping and the drinks were flowing. It has a chill atmosphere and everyone seemed to be having a good time. I'm so jazzed the DJ will be back tomorrow on the 22nd.

You'll probably see me there drinking my fav beer cask ale and dancing in my seat!

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Cool Place but questionable food – Great place, great vibe, hip people, but really bad chicken wings and over priced fish and chips that were all batter and no fish!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Cool vibe – Very cool vibe. Relaxed, intellectual hip feel. Great selection of interesting beers and wines. Appetizers are unique - truffle grilled cheese; a selection of olives, mixed nuts and fried garbanzo beans; etc. I want to go back and try out the brunch! Not sure about the neighborhood, but there was plenty of activity in the evening due to other restaurants and the nearby college so we felt safe walking to our car.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best local Bar – Best local bar in Highland Park/Eagle Rock area. Super friendly bartenders (if you aren't in there to order an appletini or irish car bomb), and a solid and consistantly exellent menu of gourmet food. Normally i wouldn't pay $12 bucks for a burger but it really is that good. Fantastic ambiance with a good jukebox. Best place for brunch on Sat and Sun. Try the manmosa if you have the testicular fortitude.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

fish sandwich is phenomenal (bar standards) – Good food, great selection of beers, love the decor. Great place to call a neighborhood bar. Wish they had one just like it in downtown la.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

First Time Visit - Observations – Being no stranger to a bar - I try to go to a different one at least twice a month and The York was my destination on May 24 (saw it in Los Angeles Magazine piece on Highland Park).

UPON ARRIVING - York Blvd around The York is a DUMP! The City and the merchants in the area should be ashamed of themselves. Note to Owners - It's OK to clean up at least in front of your establishment (Thought maybe to plant and maintain your own tree(s) in the empty tree wells on the sidwalk in front of your place?)

INSIDE - I'm an old school drinker but appreciate what they done. Open ceiling is cool and layout is very well done (big open space with dining separated). Decor was a little cold for my taste, but like I said - I'm old school. Lighting is good and music was very good.

OPERATIONS - I didn't eat (but a lot of people were), but was impressed with the menu. Food looked good and flow from kitchen was pretty steady. The bartender (a woman) was friendly and helpful. They have a good selection of micro-brews on tap - I told her to pick one - she made a good choice. Price was standard for trendy spots...

OVERALL - Was a good visit and the place works hard. I would guess - seeing the age of the patrons - that it probably picks up later - I was gone by 10....

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Could be a real great place... – I've lived in Highland Park for a long time and have been dying for a good neighborhood bar that I could go to with my friends or family. The York almost lives up to my expectations. I've been there at least 10 times (it's 4 blocks from where I live) and I've had the same experience ever time.

First the good: Like others have said, the decor and design of The York is excellent. Floor to ceiling windows facing the street, a beautiful, well crafted, bar, and perfect lighting really make the place feel inviting and hip.

Now the bad. The service is horrible. Just horrible. The bartenders didn't know what a lager beer was when I asked and one time I had to wait 10 minutes to get their attention and there was only 7 people sitting at the bar and two bar tenders. Also... the food is way overpriced and the portions are tiny. $9.00 for a grilled cheese? Really?

Don't go until they improve the service and bring down the prices to a Highland Park level, which I hope is soon because we really need this place to work.

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