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Freddy Smalls Bar and Kitchen
Today 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
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11520 West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90064
11520 West Pico BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90064
$$Bar, Italian RestaurantToday 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Monday 11:30 AM – 12:00 AMTuesday 11:30 AM – 12:00 AMWednesday 11:30 AM – 12:00 AMThursday 11:30 AM – 12:00 AMFriday 11:30 AM – 1:00 AMSaturday 10:00 AM – 1:00 AMSunday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
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Retro-feel tavern luring locals with unusual cocktails, small plates & Saturday night prime rib.- Google
"My party of three ordered fried brussel sprouts which were very tasty."
"The bar service is amazing, but the table service is really bad."
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Stanzi McWang
a week ago
Good beer always on tap. Meatball appetizer is fantastic, so are the brussel sprouts. Friendly service and great ambiance. Very easy-going place. Accustic is also nice as it never really got too loud on a week night.
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manuela reyna
9 months ago
Just came from dining there, food was cooked to perfection, full of flavor, great beer and whiskey selection! People super nice and accommodated us quickly, even though we were a big party with 2 kids! Would recommend it anytime...
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Eric Skala
2 weeks ago
Great little spot, nice menu and drinks
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Steve McKay
3 months ago
Overhyped, poorly cooked pasta.
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James Munroe
5 months ago
This place really let me down. I had high hopes because the location was so beautiful but was let down. My party of three ordered fried brussel sprouts which were very tasty. We then proceeded to order. I got the chicken parmigiana and the other two in my party got the steak sandwich. When our food came, there was no pasta on my plate which is strange considering that every single time I've ever ordered chicken parmigiana it has come with pasta. My friends were impressed by the size of their sandwiches but we're disappointed when the steak was cold. Finally, when we asked for the bill to be split the waitress came back with the bill but it wasn't split. I honestly don't think this is a bad restaurant but rather an unfortunate set of circumstances. However, I don't think I'd spend my money there again in the future.
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J Metcalfe
a year ago
Months of wondering what's going on behind that mellow/hip/cool exterior are over. My husband and I stopped in on a whim at around 9 pm on a Friday. The hostess was quick to inform us that they prefer reservations as they're extremely busy (obviously), but was able to seat us immediately. The food was amazing, which was great because the drinks took FOREVER to arrive. My drink was incorrect and the waitress was very apologetic and offered to replace it on the house, but as we were finished with our meals, I declined. She comp'ed my husband's drink instead. Outstanding service - friendly, and swift. We'll most definitely be back. With friends.
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Lily Tran
a year ago
Freddy Small's for Happy Hour! I am not sure I would come here any other time, but their deals for happy hour makes your visit worthwhile. Although I came here for happy hour, we somehow managed to rack up a $200 bill haha Oh well, the stomach wants what it wants. Parking is pretty limited here so either meter parking on the street in front or free parking in the very TINY lot in the back. Freddy Small's happy hour lasts until 7 pm and I would probably only come for happy hour. I think their regular menu is a bit overpriced for what it is. *Deviled eggs: PASS. Way too salty for me! I ended up scooping out most of the filling and just eating the egg white. You get 2 halves per order for HH. *Brussel sprouts: Delicious! I was worried I was expecting too much after reading all the raving reviews of their brussel sprouts, but I think it lives up to the hype. It also comes with a slab of goat cheese in the middle, which was a surprisingly complementing duo. *Chicken liver mousse toast: Another item I was a little skeptical about ordering, but turned out pretty good! It has a light liver taste, which was good for me because I was scared that it was going to taste too game-y. $3 per piece during HH. *Steak sandwich: Not bad. Would recommend adding the egg. You can also add fries for $4 and it comes with a tasty sauce. *Steak tartare on toast: This item was not on the HH menu, but I still enjoyed it. A little pricey for the portion though.
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shyree mezick
a year ago
Great place for Happy Hour! Recommended: Mexican Fashioned Brussel Sprouts Smoked Fingerling Potatoes and Dip Steak Sandwich Leave behind: Freddy's Farm Greens *If you're starving and don't eat a lot of meat, you might want to grab a bite before.


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