Whether you want to try a new dish or have a couple beers with some friends, Eagle Rock Public House is the place to be. The reputable establishment has a ton to offer its patrons, including an impressive list of craft beers and dozens of delicious food options. Not to mention all the ingredients used are locally sourced, making it the perfect place for your regular neighborhood hang.
During its renovation this summer, the space that would become Public House on Colorado Boulevard (previously Fatty’s), was an epicenter of anticipation for Northeast L.A. food and beer enthusiasts. Finally, to the delight of curious neighbors ready to pack the place, the Eagle Rock Brewery offshoot made its debut earlier this month with chef Jerry Su (Bouchon, Momofuku, Son of a Gun) at the helm. Complementing co-owners Ting Su (the chef’s sister) and Jeremy Raub’s game-changing craft beers on tap, the chef has created a menu of dishes much more sophisticated than basic brewpub fare—potted pig with quince mostarda, and seared scallops with raisin miso are just two examples.