The Golden State

Burgers, Beer Bar
$ $
426 N Fairfax Ave (btwn Rosewood & Oakwood Ave)
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Monday
12:00pm - 9:00pm
Tuesday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 9:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Order the Burger
  • Try the burger w/ Fiscalini Farmstead cheddar & brown sugar-glazed bacon from the ex-Rustic Canyon chef.
  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
  • Harris Ranch beef, Fiscalini Farms cheddar, arugula, garlic aioli, and ketchup. It's a straight-up amazing burg.
  • When you want The Burger, you go to Golden State on Fairfax. Harris Ranch beef, Fiscalini Farms cheddar, glazed applewood smoke bacon, arugula, aioli and ketchup cooked to your preference.
  • Tues=pulledpork,Wed=Steak,Thur=lambFri/Sat=fishnchips
  • Even the burger is made to celebrate the foods of Cali: California beef cooked to order, California cheese, topped with bacon and arugula. The burger itself is char-grilled and served on brioche.
  • Lamb Burger Thrusdays. They're limited, so get there early!
  • The best place to catch graffiti writers and street artists.
  • If you see a spaces on their draft beer board: ask em if they have anything "special" on.
  • Have the burger cooked as rare as you can handle...great beef and great ingredients make a great burger.
  • Always eat the burger!!
  • Order a burger !!!
  • Enjoyed the burger & the jalapeno coleslaw. One thing to note is the oil used to fry their fish is also used for all their fries. A hint of fishiness on the sweet potato fries turned my friend off.
  • They serve Scoops ice cream here, which, in my opinion, is the best gelato in LA. They only carry about 6 flavors but it's still a nice touch. And the beer float (Rasputin stout with ice cream) is a f
  • Simple, American food done to perfection. Imagine if In N Out decided to create their own upscale $6 burger joint. This is a close match.
  • Curry ketchup on everything. Absolutely.
  • After this lamburger is cooked to perfection, it's topped with Grueyere cheese, roasted red peppers, arugula, curry ketchup, and yogurt dill sauce
  • Guy's favorite was the pulled pork sandwich with pickled jalapenos, onions and a killer hot mustard sauce. The grass fed-lamb burger with yogurt dill sauce and sweet potato fries was "rock star" too.
  • They curate 12 taps with a keen eye for balance, as well as carry Scoops ice cream in vanilla that factors into a now notorious beef float that helped to launch the beer float trend in L.A.

Nearby places

189 The Grove Dr (at W 3rd St)
419 N Fairfax Ave (btwn Rosewood & Oakwood Ave)
410 N Fairfax Ave