The revitalized Arts District in Downtown L.A. is one of the most exciting areas in the city, with new lofts, exhibitions, eateries, and shops opening at an unprecedented rate. New distilleries and gastropubs are joining this renaissance, making the Arts District, Torrance, and Redondo Beach one more speciality, more significant centre point in the South Bay. Boomtown Brewery and Mumford Brewing Company are located in the adjacent Little Tokyo area. In contrast, Dry River Brewing and Indie Brewing Company are located on the opposite side of the L.A. Stream in adjacent Boyle Heights.
Arts District Brewing Co.
Arts District Brewing, which opened in January 2016, is the main significant endeavour in the speciality brewery scene for 213 Nightlife, which works with Downtown L.A. bars like The Varnish, Las Perlas, and Golden Gopher. The brewery offers a diverse range of art brews such as IPAs, Porters, Saisons, Stouts, and Wheat Ambers. Nibbles from renowned L.A. Gourmet specialist Neal Fraser’s Fritzi Dog also accompany draught pours and flights. You can also play Skee-Ball or enjoy free games such as cornhole, ping pong, darts, and foosball.
Angel City Brewery
Angel City Brewery is happy to mess things up a little and work beneath the glossy surface in a city known more for its allure than its coarseness. Angel City was founded in 1997 and quickly became an innovator in the L.A. speciality lager scene, bringing old-world, small-batch create preparation to the new world of the expanding L.A. Arts District. Angel City is also notable for the road craftsmanship that enhances the unique structure, ranging from Colette Miller’s Angel Wings to J.R.’s striking representation from The Wrinkles of the City series.
Wurstküche, a self-proclaimed purveyor of bizarre barbecued frankfurters, offers a variety of hotdogs with exemplary (bratwurst, Italian), a connoisseur (chicken apple and flavours, mango jalapeno), and colourful (rattler and hare with jalapeno peppers, the bird with spices de Provence) fillings. A diverse menu of draught and packaged American, Belgian, and German brews, as well as juices and non-cocktails, provides innumerable variations on the excellent hotdog and lager pairing.
Urban Radish is a market and restaurant passionate about creating heavenly, nutritious, and dependable food varieties. The market’s lager connoisseurs curate a selection of must-have blends such as Boulevard’s Tank 7 and harder-to-find releases from breweries such as Lagunitas and Allagash well as Golden Road, the neighbourhood’s top choice. Aside from a consistent selection of four- and six-packs, the market offers a vast selection of single containers for creating custom mix-and-match packs.
The resident is prudently located on Hewitt Street near Urth Caffé. It is a far-reaching multi-use space that respects the area’s energetic inventive local area with a fully stocked bar, open-air lager nursery, D.J.s, and live music exhibitions. The resident is the brainchild of Jacek Ostoya, Larry Little, Paul Oberman, and Tim Krehbiel. It evokes the soul of the East Austin, Texas brew garden culture, emphasized with a top-of-the-line make mixed drink and lager program and a thoughtfully organized music experience. The brew garden’s centrepiece is a restored Spartan Aircraft Trailer coach outfitted as a bar, along with a custom parking spot for rotating food trucks.
Mumford Brewing serves hoppy, privately blended speciality lagers in pints and tester trips in a splendid and vaporous tasting room in Little Tokyo. Mumford Brewing offers an array of lagers with exceptional flavour profiles, including Black Coffee Mamba (American dark brew with Stumptown Coffee), El Fuego (jalapeno cream beer), and Biggums (Belgian style Dubbel).
Little Bear is an Arts District restaurant with a rotating selection of Belgian-style imported and homegrown brew on draught and an extensive container list. To complement the lagers, the kitchen serves traditional Belgian fare.
Eighty-two is a mature (21 and up) exemplary arcade and a fully stocked bar with a rotating assortment of over 45 restored, playable computer games and pinball machines from the 1970s to the 1990s. Eighty-two is L.A.’s cutting-edge take on the excellent arcade, complete with a naturally shaded outside deck, daily D.J.s, and a speciality mixed drink program. Brew contributions include a choice of draught, canned, and packaged lagers.
Everson Royce Bar
Matt Molina, Randy Clement, and Joe Capella launched ERB with a streamlined interior design and a bustling open-air deck to be a genuine neighbourhood bar. While the beverage menu is a small, refined selection, there is something for every customer.
Boomtown Brewery was founded in 2014 in the contiguous Little Tokyo neighbourhood. It endeavours to be an inventive neighbourhood foundation, bringing artisans more oversized to nearby specialists while appreciating their inventiveness and area through events, music shows, advantages, and exhibitions. Each name in Boomtown is designed by local artisans and various goods, apparatuses, and structures. Boomtown serves old-world, unfiltered, gravity-fed, full-seasoned speciality brews.