Barbara's At the Brewery

★★★★☆
  • 620 Moulton Ave 110

    Los Angeles, CA 90031

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  • 323-221-9204

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Barbara's is located inside "The Brewery" - a gargantuan artist colony that used to be the Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery - thus the name. I imagine it stays in business simply based on the fact that residents like to get drunk and eat without having to drive anywhere. The wine list is impressive - housed in a binder, classified by type. You order food (upscale barfood) at the bar, along with your drinks and someone brings it out to you. This isn't a "restaurant" as much as a bar with o.k. food. The fish tacos are just that, no sides, but big enough for lunch. They have outdoor seating and there is plenty of eye-candy.

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★★★☆☆

Barbara's is located inside "The Brewery" - a gargantuan artist colony that used to be the Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery - thus the name. I imagine it stays in business simply based on the fact that residents like to get drunk and eat without having to drive anywhere. The wine list is impressive - housed in a binder, classified by type. You order food (upscale barfood) at the bar, along with your drinks and someone brings it out to you. This isn't a "restaurant" as much as a bar with o.k. food. The fish tacos are just that, no sides, but big enough for lunch. They have outdoor seating and there is plenty of eye-candy.

Pros: Happy Hour, Wine List, Outdoor patio

Cons: Parking can be tight, No "service", Can be loud

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I was first brought here by friends who decided to celebrate their birthdays in this local resturant/brewery that usually fills with the local artists that live in the surrounding lofts. I went again, only to find that their food is decently priced and have yummy mash potatoes as well as side dishes. Most people linger at the bar area, while those eating can choose to lounge on the comfy couches or sit at a table. It is rare to see outsiders here, but being one, I still felt welcomed.

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★★★★☆

I was first brought here by friends who decided to celebrate their birthdays in this local resturant/brewery that usually fills with the local artists that live in the surrounding lofts. I went again, only to find that their food is decently priced and have yummy mash potatoes as well as side dishes. Most people linger at the bar area, while those eating can choose to lounge on the comfy couches or sit at a table. It is rare to see outsiders here, but being one, I still felt welcomed.

Pros: Artsy, Inexpensive

Cons: Hard to find

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Barbara's is right in the middle of one of L.A.'s largest artist communities. That, in itself makes it a pretty cool place. You just might find yourself sitting shoulder to shoulder with the next David Hockney or Sam Francis. Although…

 

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