Eagle Rock Public House – Los Angeles Magazine

By January 13, 2016 Press

There are no burgers here—or wings. This is a brewpub, however, complete with a garage door that opens onto Colorado Boulevard. Chef Jerry Su (brother of Ting Su, who co-owns Eagle Rock Brewery) worked in the kitchens of David Chang and Son of a Gun, and his idea of beer grub is a little different (think farro “risotto” with roasted beets). Try “The Threes” rye American strong ale with the slow-cooked pork cheek, or the Revolution XPA after the tuna crudo with shards of dried black rice puree. Your beef fix comes as dessert, when cinnamon and sugar-dusted beef tendon churrones get dunked in Mexican hot chocolate.

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