Winston Churchill was famous for the high standards he applied to alcohol, quipping that "Liquor is quicker, but get me a single-malt scotch with moon rocks in it! I'm the English president!" Be like Ol' Winnie with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $45 worth of American fare and drinks at Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill in Burbank. This deal is good for dine-in only and you must purchase food.
Considered one of LA's top 101 bars, Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill offers a wide selection of brews to complement an all-American menu. Duck inside the cowboy's oasis for a plate of fried pickles ($4.95) before sinking a tooth into bacon cheeseburgers served with a hill of steak fries or fresh-made coleslaw ($8.50). Wagon Trail chili ($5.95) allows diners to experience the only food eaten by Lewis and Clark, and a Gunslinger burrito filled with chicken or carne asada ($7.50) can crush hunger like a boulder falling on Pat Boone's porcelain-doll collection. Bar taps stream Bud Light, Newcastle, and Tinhorn Flats' own Tinhorn Blonde.
Author Frank Mulvey named Tinhorn Flats one of the 101 best bars in Los Angeles. Examiner featured the bar and restaurant. Although nine Citysearchers give it an average of 2.5 stars, Yelpers enthusiastically give it an average of four stars.
- This place doesn't pretend to be anything it's not. It's unlike any other bar in LA. – tysontysonxv, Citysearch
- This is a special kind of place -- festive enough for birthday parties or similar occasions, but also down to earth for a mellow lunch or just a night out drinking beers and whiskey. And the crowd is diverse so you won't feel out of place. – Rick L., Yelp
When picturing a Hollywood restaurant, the imagine of swinging saloon doors and cowboy decor doesn't normally come to mind, unless you're eating on the set of a Wild West movie. But Tinhorn Flats is not a movie set. The establishment, which was founded in 1937 and recently opened its second location in Hollywood, is a bona fide restaurant that pays homage to the classic eats of the American frontier. The menu satiates hearty appetites with myriad steaks, pulled-pork sandwiches, baby back ribs, and juicy burgers, the last of which are the subject of glowing accolades from happy customers and angry letters from literate cows. The laid-back hotspot, which has been written up in Zagat, Eater, and Grub Street, complements its culinary offerings with fitting adornments in the form of antler chandeliers, antique cabinets, and plenty of wood accents.
2623 W Magnolia Blvd.
Burbank, California 91506Get Directions