Sixth St Tavern

Row 1

Details
630 W 6th St (at S Hope St)
Los Angeles, CA 90017
(213) 614-1900
Gastropub, Pub
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat–Sun: Noon–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Come for the beer. Avoid the food.
  • Great food, hot bartender. Enjoy.
  • Classic Burger is $11 and as advertised, try the Bistro Burger for $1 more, expand your horizons. The Duck Club is to be talked about as is The Best Cheese Fries (add the Duck Confit to the fries).
  • Eat your greens guilt free bar food!!!
  • The classic burger was a $12 Big Mac. Exactly. Two all beef patties, special sauce, etc. Order something else.
  • WEAKLY mixed drinks, stick to beer or wine
  • The food is great! Beer specials are good as well! The con about about this place is that there is no waiter/waitress service, all orders have to be placed at the bar.
  • Love Sixth St Tavern. Get the fried oysters. Absolutely delicious! Sit on the outdoor patio area; it isn't as loud so you can hear your friends.
  • New Water station to better serve our hydration needs as we partake in the festivities.
  • Order at the bar.
  • The food is a must. An epicurean treat for the Gastropub cone suer while lacking any pretension related to the lingo. It's a Tavern
  • Pass on the edamame hummus, the ahi tuna ceviche is not that great. MUST DO the Ahi Tuna Salad, and the brussel sprouts are good. Also would recommend the spicy margarita :)
  • Chicken and donuts, a unique take on the classic Chicken and Waffles.
  • Great selection of 24 drafts on tap.
  • The fried oysters are pretty big. You definitely get your money's worth in portion and flavor.
  • This was a fun and different dish from the usual chicken and waffle dishes. Also quite flavorful. These are winning donuts in my book.
  • Best cheese fries ever!!! I highly recommend adding the duck confit on the fries. The gouda and duck meat is amazing together.
  • I really liked the outdoor seating. Got a tequila soda for 8 bucks and it was super strong!
  • Tons of beer on rotation keeps me coming back, but how cute are these meatball sliders?
  • The chicken and donuts are a work of art. The donuts are fried in the same oil as the chicken and therefore inherit some of the salty flavor. It sounds weird but it's absolutely delectable.