There is never a shortage of unique breweries in DTLA, especially when it comes to our arts district.
The Top Breweries in the Arts District
Two Bit Circus
All the nostalgic gamers at AVEN must visit our first spot on this list, Two Bit Circus. This “micro-amusement park” with a steampunk aesthetic is a collection of escape rooms, carnival-like attractions, VR, and old-school arcade games. And of course, a robot bartender.
All you hardcore foodies out there need to stop by KTCHN DTLA. Just a bit bigger than the size of a taco truck, the staff is friendly, and the food comes out quickly. Also, regulars rave about the breakfast here. And keep in mind that their menu is subject to change without notice. This location is also 21+ only.
There is only one place in DTLA to find high-quality sausage. Known as a contemporary “sausage kitchen” by timeout.com the owners of Wurstküche are serving up Polish-style kielbasas plus some very out of the ordinary sausages. That includes rattlesnake and rabbit. They also have incredible fries on the menu. Regardless of what you order, we highly suggest pairing your kielbasa with one of their Belgian or German beers.
Play a few rounds of pool, darts, or table tennis with a well-crafted drink over at Tony’s Saloon. Also, you can’t go wrong with pairing your brew with a slice of pizza from Pizzanista right next door. And once you’ve finished a round of pool, take your beer and pizza to the outdoor patio for a great meal under the twinkling patio lights.
If there is one thing you can count on while visiting the arts district, it is finding yourself a stellar pint of beer. And that goes for Greenbar Distillery. Fun fact, Greenbar was founded in 2004 and is LA’s first since the Prohibition. It is also one of the first craft distilleries in the U.S. located in a split level warehouse where you can find tons of organic spirits. That includes a variety of whiskey, rum, vodka, tequila, and gin. Another fun fact, this distillery strives to be eco-conscious, and a tree is planted for every bottle sold. And for anyone interested, Greenbar also provides tours for $13 per person Friday through Sunday.
Adult arcades, hidden restaurants, and a great ambiance no matter where you go, the arts district is eclectic and filled with tons of fun. And breweries! Enjoy!