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Eagle Rock Brewery Public House

1627 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Eagle Rock Brewery Public House

Sarah Bennett

The Public House takes over the former Fatty's location on Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock and is, decidedly, a new kind of pub. In addition to serving eight taps of Eagle Rock brews (that are, for now, made just down the 2 freeway at the original Glassell Park facility), wines by the glass and bottle and a selection of sour Spanish and California ciders, the food menu is an equally-as-creative mix of small and entree-sized dishes from the mind of Executive Chef Jerry Su. Su studied at the Culinary Institute of America in Napa before cutting his teeth at restaurants like Bouchon, Momofuku Ssäm bar and Son of a Gun. Meaning that instead of heavy pork belly sliders or duck fat fries to pair with your Manifesto witbier and Jubilee holiday ale, Jerry is crafting re-constructed Ceasar salads (made with kale, Pantaleo cheese and that 62-degree egg), topping seared scallops with raisin miso and brining, roasting then frying cornish hens (that then get topped with stinging-nettle chimichurri). A raw bar also serves up daily oyster selections and a cheese plate is curated by nearby Eagle Rock cheese shop Milkfarm, all of which is meant to be consumed in the historic exposed-wood-and-brick dining room, a space thankfully free of TVs but not natural light.

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