The second this massive complex opened along Washington Blvd. in Marina del Rey, it became the de facto Westside spot for simultaneous craft beer drinking and sports watching. There’s a huge bar, a full-service area that takes reservations, and a separate first-come, first-serve section by the bar for when you didn’t plan ahead, but still want to eat some food. And they’ve begun brewing right on the premises, too. Their signatures are rustic, unfiltered ales you won’t find anywhere else. Getting a reservation for a big game wouldn’t be a terrible idea.
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