5018 York Blvd. | Los Angeles | 323 255 9675

Open Daily 10:30am-2:00am

Happy Hour
Monday to Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm

Brunch
Saturday & Sunday 10:30am - 2:30pm

Your Neighborly Gastropub - LA Times 2007

"It's a real bar without being either a scene or a dive, a cafe with a frisson of night-life sensibility, a meeting place with pleasingly edgy design and appealing food -- and a homey spot for regulars."

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Remember when “BEER BAR” only meant a bar that didn’t serve spirits? How times have changed! Read about The York in Imbibe Liquid Culture's "100 Best Places to Drink Beer in America".

Billy's Fish Shack - Art Installation

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HIGHLAND PARK in northeast Los Angeles holds many honors: the first town to be annexed by Los Angeles (in 1895), the backdrop for Quentin Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs” and a historic trust of Craftsman and Victorian-style homes. But few would ever... more »
The York in the New York Times - July 2009
HIGHLAND PARK in northeast Los Angeles holds many honors: the first town to be annexed by Los Angeles (in 1895), the backdrop for Quentin Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs” and a historic trust of Craftsman and Victorian-style homes. But few would ever confuse Highland Park for a cultural district. Until now. What was once a sleepy strip of garish 99-cent stores and auto parts...