1739 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002734.102647 -118.291776
Neighborhoods: Los Feliz, Central LA
Great place for Beer Around the World – I've gone to Public House a dozen times now. It's a nice place, but feels a little like a mall bar. Everything's too bright and clean. The light level light might be the problem. I don't want to have to drink EVEN MORE to make the girls in the place look good. Dim the damned light so I can be properly fooled with only a buzz. Not that the customers are ugly mind you. It's just the principle of the thing. This is a good place you're into micro-foreign-brew-type beers. They have a giant selection both on tap and in the bottle. Strange that they don't have a taster size available so you can try them all with refinancing your house. I've only ordered the "snack" type foods, but they are all good. This place is hit or miss lately. One night its a great crowd of cool locals and the next it's invaded by roving packs of "bros" looking to "get their drink on" or some other cliche they read in Maxim magazine. The girls behind the bar are friendly if not always fast. And the beer is always cold. Well, until it sits in your hand for awhile. Then it gets warm. But that's not Public House's fault. That's just physics.
This place is totally awesome – My new favoriate place to watch a game and drink a pint!
Dressed up Los Feliz pub offers hearty eats and a serious selection of beer, with 40 brews on tap and around 30 more in bottles. – The atmosphere at this Vermont pub is somewhere between sleek lounge and neighborhood watering hole, but the feel is definitely casual. (Think pale yellow walls set against dark wood accents, vibrant art prints, electric candle wall sconces and tabletop tea lights.) Brunch is best enjoyed on the sidewalk tables, or at one of the few sunny spots in the narrow space by the windows. For a pint or two, the choice seats are at the lengthy red bar, where you can agonize over endless draft taps before making your selection. The menu features comfort food like burgers, pizza and a pound of wings baked in spicy barbecue sauce, pub favorites like fish 'n chips and Shepherd's Pie and more adventurous options like oxtail. Expect to spend around eight bucks for an entrée and an extra three for a side of fries.
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