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Little Bear

1855 Industrial St. Send to Phone
213-622-8100 | Menu
Andre Guerrero’s handsome Belgian beer café brings gourmet pub fare to the Arts District.


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Open
Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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Little Bear, Los Angeles, CA


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Little Bear Restaurant Review

: Little Bear is one of the better gastropubs in Los Angeles, upping the culinary cachet of the ever-gentrifying Arts District neighborhood (Church & State is just across the street). The lively crowd is eclectic; the old factory room, with airy two-story windows, is post-industrial but artsy. Chef/co-owner Andre Guerrero’s menu transcends the usual pedestrian bar fare with a nod to Belgium, and has his own contemporary imprint, too. Starters feature Belgian fries with Parmesan and truffle oil, and a Sriracha mac n’ cheese. Mains are bold, from tender ale-braised short rib to Alaska pot caught cod with lemon rémoulade. Finish with a smooth hazelnut pot de crème. There’s a sprawling, rotating list of high-end Belgian beers, and also a roster of rarer American craft brews.





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