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Market Tavern is Now Open at the Original Farmers Market

Looking for a place with good food, craft beers and the comfort of knowing “everybody knows your name?” Look no further, Chef Brendan Collins and manager Gary Twinn present Market Tavern, a new kind of British Gastropub with an elevated pub flair. Located at The Original Farmers Market, Market Tavern features a modern spin on a traditional British California Pub, with heavy influences of UK Rock ’N’ Roll. The 3,400 square foot space has multiple TVs for avid sports watchers,...

Berkshire House, More Than Your Average Sports Bar

The owners of San Fernando Valley’s The Woodman and Jalapeño Pete’s have struck gold again with their newest establishment, Berkshire House. Not your average sports bar, Berkshire House is the perfect combination of sports, a NY pizzeria and an upscale cocktail lounge.  Located in Mid City, this neighborhood watering hole is THE go to spot to watch sports. With 30 large flat screen TVs, the owners guarantee your sports viewing experience will be nothing short of perfection. The large dining...

The Garage on Motor Ave.

Palms’ newest gastropub/sports bar, The Garage on Motor Ave. (3387 Motor Ave., Palms, 90034; 310.559.3400) is an indoors/outdoors space created from a garage-type space brought to you by the guys behind South. In The Garage part, you will find flatscreens, large tap system, a vintage car hood hanging overhead and an outdoor beer garden. This place will be your new spot to watch all the games. As for the Motor Club, the mellow lighting and rich, brown wood interior offers a relaxed...

Rock & Reilly’s Irish Pub

Rock & Reilly (8911 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 90069; 310.663.6017) is an exciting new Irish Rock Pub on the Sunset Strip. The location of this new bar is definitely one to talk about. In the late ’60s while it was the London Fog, the Doors were the house band. It later turned into Sneaky Pete’s and then Cat Club, the bar of Slim Jim Phantom of the Stray Cats. This spot encompasses Rock & Roll and the feel of...

Sunday Football: Parlor Hollywood

Same Spot, New Vibe The new Parlor Hollywood, previously El Guapo as you may remember it, maintains the great Weho location prime for people-watching and open air courtyard ideal for Sunday football. It infuses the upscale decor and vibe of its sports bar sibling of the same name in Santa Monica (sadly shuttering soon).  As for the deals, everything on the breakfast menu, which ends at 11:30 am, is seven dollars and delicious! Try the Parlor Sandwich along with their...