From Our Editors
Since the 1930’s, Tom Bergin’s Public House has been Los Angeles’ prototypical Irish pub, with delicious traditional Irish food, and a fun, friendly atmosphere. The pub has changed ownership several times in recent years, and its current incarnation has recaptured the spirit of the original bar. It has an old-world feel with wood walls throughout, iconic Irish paraphernalia hanging from the ceiling and jovial crowds. Very much a neighborhood hang-out, the new touches include height-adjustable bar stools and a substantial menu offering appetizers, sandwiches and full entrées. They even have a happy hour Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. There is small, free private parking lot and metered street parking.