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Sixth Street Tavern
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Today 11:30 am – 2:00 am
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630 W 6th St Los Angeles, CA 90017
630 West 6th StreetUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90017
(213) 614-1900sixthstreettavern.com
Bar, American RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:30 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:30 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 2:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:30 am – 12:00 am
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Sixth Street Tavern is an American bar serving the highest quality pub fare, 24 world class rotating beers on tap, wine, a full bar, and cocktails
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Gastropub with multiple taps & craft cocktails in chic digs with a zinc bar & butcher-block tables.- Google
"Excellent, well-priced food and an extensive beer selection."
"Friends have recommended both the bistro and classic burgers."
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Frank Dulaney
a month ago
This place is a great lunch spot with really lovely craft brews on tap and excellent fresh and balanced American cuisine with a twist. Our shishito peppers were delicious with a lime glaze that really makes them pop. The broccolini side was great with a little spice and fresh grated Parmesan umami kick. Quinoa salad really hit the spot and was a hearty, flavorful lunch dish with a little sweetness and creaminess in the yogurt sauce. Presentation was rustic yet classy. I enjoyed my hoppy Amber saber toothed squirrel by Smog City brewing.
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Benjamin Graham
3 weeks ago
Bartenders are better than most in the city. The food is great. Different beers. I'm trying to only give them four stars but I can't.
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Steve Yeager
2 months ago
Good beer. Good fries. Good (and super messy) burger.
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Christine Tran
a year ago
Seems to me like Sixth St. Tavern is new to DTLA. I like the location as it is within walking distance to The Falls, Spring St. Bar, and literally a couple steps away from Library Bar. They have a good selection of craft beers. Duck fat fries were good but I couldn't really taste the duck fat; I'm comparing it to Beer Belly. The grilled artichoke was really good! I love how it was topped with garlic cloves. I had an Old Fashioned made with Templeton Rye (suggested by bartender) that was delicious! The bartender was really sweet and was eager to hear my thoughts on his concoction. I definitely appreciate the hospitality. There's also an outdoor patio area that is perfect for the upcoming warm nights.
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Johnny Gee
a month ago
We came here while we waited for our table at Sugarfish, which took about 2 hours. It was 8:30 and we knew we had to get something in our stomaches so we got appetizers - the meat plate and the chicken wings, and of course some drinks. The staff was super friendly and we got our food and drinks pretty quick. The meat plate had various meats, pickles, olives, almonds, jam, cheese and bread. It kinda felt like they found whatever they had in their kitchen and put it on a platter. Still it was all pretty tasty. The chicken wings and beers/wine/cider was also very good. Very cool place
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Arjun Sinha
4 months ago
Excullent food (portions on crab cakes was small for what you pay) but quality was outstandingly good. Great atmosphere and ambiance with blues music and urban surroundings of Los Angeles.
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Tiffany Duong
9 months ago
Sixth Street Tavern is quickly becoming a favorite in my DTLA happy hour/drinks after work rotation. Casual but still very nice. Food is homey, but perfectly executed. Cherry Cider is girly, but not overly sweet, and delicious. Great selection of other beers too, and the bar tender (Aussie fellow) knows his stuff and will make sure you get what you want. You walk up to the bar to order, then sit anywhere you like. The space fills up pretty fast later on in the evenings, but I've never been left standing. The outdoor seating is at large communal tables, which is lovely for people watching from the sidewalk. And, they have purse hooks everywhere around the bar. Amazing foresight fellas! NOW THE FOOD: Chicken and Donuts... juicy, moist. Delicious. Broccolini - sauteed with some lemon, some chili, fire-roasted, and delicious Brussel Sprouts - fire roasted until the char lovely, and with some sweet notes inside. Delish. Chicken Sandwich - so wonderful, dijon mustard hint and nice crisp on the chicken You really can't go wrong with anything from here, and the vibe is so chill but nice, very so-cal. Great addition to DTLA.
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Nate Wong
10 months ago
One sentence review – one of my favorite relaxed atmosphere bars to get a drink downtown. Beer list – they have a pretty diverse beer list with around 20 beers on it. A good variety of beers with maybe a few more wheat and other lighter beers. They’ll usually put 2 beers on sale for about $5 during happy hour. Happy hour – they usually put 2 beers on sale and I think a discount on well drinks as well. In my experience the beers they chose usually weren’t the best. Food – I’ve had the duck club – I thought it was dry. Friends have recommended both the bistro and classic burgers. Ambience – I used to work across the street and came a few times after work for happy hour. I thought it was a good place to grab a drink or something to eat and either catch a game at the bar or hang out with friends. On weekdays there never seemed to be a ton of people. On the weekends when the bar is more crowded you can sit outside on the one of two patios, which gives the bar a very relaxed feeling. This is one of my favorite aspects of Sixth St Tavern.
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