Looking for craft beer centric pubs/bars/food joints and/or liquor stores that have epic craft beer selection Van Nuys and environs. I've got 4 days of work down there next week and want to enjoy places close by b/c I won't be able to get too far away. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!
try Vendome liqour store on Riverside/Cahuenga in Toluca Lake. may be a bit out of your way but they have a great selection of beer, wine, spirits and cigars.
Tony's Darts Away in Burbank Tony's Darts Away | All Craft. All Draught. All California.
District Pub in NoHo District Pub North Hollywood California
Blue Dog Tavern Sherman Oaks Blue Dog Beer Tavern | Sherman Oaks
Taps! (not the brewery of the same name) Taps Valley Gastropub - Porter Ranch - Northridge, CA | Yelp
Blue Palms in Hollywood (take the subway from NoHo) Blue Palms Brewhouse - 6124 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90028 - 323-464-2337
Verdugo Bar Verdugo Bar
Glendale Tap The Glendale Tap - Glendale - Glendale, CA | Yelp
Timmy Nolans Timmy Nolans
Ladyface LADYFACE ALE COMPANIE - ALEHOUSE & BRASSERIE
Golden Road Golden Road Brewing
Vendome in Toluca Lake
Valley Beverage in Sherman Oaks
Total Wine in Northridge
Bevmos around the area
Green Jug in Canoga Park area
Most important, PM me when you're coming. You're in my area. We can meet up for lunch or after work.
subway stop for Blue Palms is Hollywood and Vine. head up to the ground level and head east on Hollywood. BP is just across the street from Pep Boys.
Boneyard Bistro usually has some good stuff Welcome to the Boneyard Bistro! and the thick cut bacon appetizer is pretty damn good
I like going over to tonys in burbank, havent been to Taps yet
I just stopped by the Stone Company Store in Pasadena today and picked up a growler of Tiger Cub Saison aged in white wine barrels. It's quite tasty, and only available on tap to my knowledge. The new Stochasticy Project beer was on tap too but it was a barrel aged belgian beer, a little too odd for me.
I also finally got a chance to try their Go To IPA, and honestly, I'm enjoying the session IPA movement. Pizza Port has a great one too, Ponto SIPA. I know some people are looking for the high ABV but it's refreshing to have something tasty and under 5% from time to time.
why do I keep expecting this guy's voice to hit a high note?