Sycamore Tavern Replaces Happy Ending in Hollywood

American pub keeps sports bar atmosphere but adds new dishes

Fifty-five televisions mean you'll miss a second of sports.

Sycamore Tavern has replaced Happy Ending in Hollywood. The ownership, Happy to Serve You Hospitality Group, remains the same, but the new menu focuses on elevated pub-style dishes.

The 10,000-square-foot casual space houses a large marble bar, more than 55 flat screen TVs, and a mix of communal, bar, table, and booth seating.

The menu features dishes including smoked chicken wings; shisito peppers; a muffaletta, Cubano, and Fuffalo chicken sandwiches; meatballs with garlic-knot bread; a fish fillet on a potato bun; cheeseburgers; and chimichurri steak and fries. Diners can also choose from cheese, tomato basil, pepperoni, and chicken Parmesan pizzas, as well as Greek, Caesar, and chopped salads.

Guests watching a game at the bar can nibble on olives, pickles, dirty potato chips, or gummy bears to accompany one of the wide selection of craft beers and cocktails.


Desserts include a deep-fried fluffer-nutter with peanut butter, marshmallow, bananas, and sea salt; and an ice cream sandwich with a Rice Krispies base and strawberry ice cream.