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10543 W. Pico Blvd. (Prosser Ave.) Send to Phone
Casual neighborhood spot for homemade brats and an extensive beer list.

Lunch Tues.-Sat., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sun.
Open late

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Steingarten LA Restaurant Review

: Along a desolate stretch of Pico Boulevard, Steingarten LA is a hybrid gastropub, beer garden and small plates den for the neighborhood. Earth-toned walls and communal tables make for a homey atmosphere. A small fireplace by the bar is a good nook for couples, while a larger outdoor fire pit is ideal for groups. Small plates are fun to share, with items like duck confit with grilled watermelon and a portobello mushroom stack. There are several burgers, sandwiches and salads, but the real attraction here is the plethora of sausages. Separated into four categories (old country, new country, game and vegetarian), links can be ordered individually or in a platter of three. The plain veal brat was lacking a little luster; but the duck and bacon had a distinct smoked flavor, and the wild boar with berries was gamey with a lingering sweet finish. The restaurant also features one of the largest beer lists in the city, offering more than 80 regularly rotating selections, including hard-to-find brews from Saison Dupont and newer California producers.
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