Verdugo Bar

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Bar, Beer-to-go

3408 Verdugo Rd
Los Angeles, California, 90065-2835
United States

(323) 257-3408 | map

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Photo of Buzz3d
3.48/5  rDev -18.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 1 | selection: 4

Loved the vibe of the bar, GREAT selection. Pliny was $12 a bottle which was a little steep. The bartenders were HORRRRRRRRRIBLE!!! After spending almost 70 dollars at the bar she said I could only 2 tastes off the draught. They had a Stone "Enjoy After" in their fridge which should not have been chilled till atleast 2015. Over all I will still come to this bar, but could really care less for the service.

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Photo of mig100
3.1/5  rDev -27.4%
vibe: 2.75 | quality: 4.25 | service: 1 | selection: 4

Great tap and bottle list almost all the time. Sleazy dive bar vibe with a spacious outdoor patio. Service and the staff are horrible though. A lot of gangster wannabe's work the bar, and random white chicks, who likely just moved to LA from the mid-west.

Instead of appreciating the fact that their customers are passionate about the product they're selling, the staff act high and mighty and condescend to customers. None of them seem to know or care about beer.

Basically, Verdugo Bar gets good shit on tap... but with so many other choices in the area that have better service and attitude... Eagle Rock Brewery/Public House, Hermosillo/Highland Park Brewery, Glendale Tap, etc... it's better to avoid this place unless they have an exclusive special event going, like BCBS or PtY.

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Photo of Dutchrubb
4.03/5  rDev -5.6%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Rapidly becoming my favorite beer joint in LA. The shady neighborhood seems to keep out most of the douchbags and they always seem to have a handful of sours on tap. The Verdugo so far seems to be keeping the California IPA landslide at a distance and the barkeeps seem to drink what they are selling and can talk about the product. High points all around for giving a shit and especially for keeping it scuzzy.

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Photo of drewone
4/5  rDev -6.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

From the outside looks like an old cocktail bar - very low key, slightly grungy. Walk in, very dark, long bar, some booths. Go out back and there is a really nice "beer garden": pick-nick tables and shade, very casual. Would love to hang here for hours on the weekend. Food trucks park in the lot next door and there is an opening in the block wall where you can order. I guess they also have bands sometimes. In a bit of a out of the way location.

Visited as Part of LA beer weeks Walkers Wild ride. They were serving FW Lil Opal. Charging $7 for glass - seemed reasonable.

Visited once before, always seem to have a couple of unusual things on tap, plus plenty of other decent stuff. Have a fridge with interesting, somewhat harder to find bottles (didn't seem like a crazy mark up for a bar).

Service is brusk, but no complaints.

Note - must spend minimum of $10 to use CC, might not seem like a problem, but as I had already been to Far Bar and it was 4 in the afternoon, I could only do one drink. Luckily I just had enough.

If your in the area definitely worth a stop.

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Photo of Retsinis
3.64/5  rDev -14.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

Recent visit this past Saturday for the Walker's Wild Ride event (Firestone Walker) was also LA beer week.

Verdugo bar has a Outdoor patio that is filled with Tin beer signs from various breweries, with long picnic tables (almost a German Oktoberfest influence) The Inside has two rooms, one small with 3 booths, another larger one where the bar is, has about 4 booths, all of which were clean & comfortable. (though they sit a little high, my feet didn't touch the floor)

Definite Lounge decor inside. Full bar, though I was here for the beer, and the list was extensive, with a good mixed of seasonal, rare one offs, & solid quality craft beer.

Price to pour size was disappointing however. Cheapest beer was $6, & they go up from there. There was only ONE beer on the whole menu that was actually an honest pint. For certain beers, say Parabola @ 12% abv it is to be expected to get a 5-8 oz pour, and is quite typical of many bars. What is not so typical, & lowers the score for my review, were the 8 oz pour of a 5% abv witbier for the same price. Also, the sizes all listed were in "CL" which is centiliters, which is a odd choice of measurement, since 3 CL = 1 oz. & some pours were as low as 17 CL, which is a 5.5 oz pour, seems a bit unnecessary at best, and downright odd at worst. No qualms with the metric system, but I'd be comfortable in a statement that well over 90% of bars in the country use ounces, OZ as there stated pour size on a menu. They could be vague & say glass, or pint ( but it better be a 12 oz pint, or a 16 honest pint if they use pint at all) so while it may be an attempt to be very precise, even most drinks sold in stores will use either oz, or ml. I for one did not like that designation, since it's easier to make choices when I know I'm getting a 5 oz pour for $9, vs a 12 oz pour for $6.

Second reason for some deductions, was the lack of beer menu's. The Chalkboards only listed some of the newer taps, or feature beers. They had paper menu's listing all the taps, but there were only 3 of them it seemed in the entire place. A bartender even came to our table (after I'd recently taken it to have for use) & just grabbed it off our table without a word or eye contact. Seemed me having a bar menu was an inconvenience to him, as he seemed to make regular patrols to the tables on the hunt for beer menu's. Why can't they print more? None of the booths had a list of cocktails or the tap list on them. If they don't want to print a bunch every time the tap list changes, like Far bar, TDA, instant replay & many other bars do daily, that's fine. They could project the list on the wall, say how the Hermosillo or Blue Palms does, or have a chalkboard large enough to fit the full list. Not that hard, so it's just a lack of effort imo to do so.

Service was good at the bar, quick & cordial. Though it was not that crowded or busy either.

This was my 2nd attempt to visit Verdugo bar. First attempt was about 2 years ago, showed up on a Thursday afternoon around 4 p.m. on the way back from San Manuel, but they were not open until 6 p.m. (guess I'm use to bars opening just a bit earlier than that, so we headed to Tony's Darts Away that time instead) and overall, the place is cool, though a bit pricey to be a regular stop for me. Also since it's not my local, I will likely only be here where there is a rare event such as today.

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Photo of UCLABrewN84
4.09/5  rDev -4.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

I visited Verdugo Bar for the first time today. From the outside it looks like a dive bar but inside it's a pretty intimate spot with the bar, tables, and some outside seating. The service was pretty good even with lots of people there for the Firestone sour tapping. The quality of the beer was great and was served in the appropriate glasware. The selection is good with a wide variety of beers available. The only negative is that full beer pours are a bit pricey in my opinion. Definitely a gem in this area of town.

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Photo of RexF
4.86/5  rDev +13.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5

Can I say thanks to Verdugo bar for having great beer, great music and some smoking hot babes behind the bar?
How could anyone not love that combination.
We live in LA afterall, we should have great looking ladies tending every bar. Okay enough about the girls.
The beer menu is nicely crafted with a great variety of imports and domestic crafts.
Lounge style indoor seating and a cool back patio make for a great variety of seating options. They don't have a kitchen but they often have food trucks out front which is good because there isn't muck to eat in Glassell Park at night.
If I have to knit pick something it's that there aren't that many beer options and the prices aren't that great especially considering the neighborhood.
PS. I finally got to try a Just Outstanding IPA and what can I say, it was just outstanding!

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Photo of AdamBear
3.54/5  rDev -17.1%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4

Atmosphere: not just a dive bar, but a dive bar straight out of the 70's. the thing that i didn't like the most was that this place seems to attract some colorful locals that will creep out your company.

Selection: not large, but beautiful. I was able to find Life & Limb on draft here, which pleased me. Russian River brews rotate on draft. Has the -tion beers in the bottle.

Service: occasionally snappy, yet patient

*no food*

Value: very, very expensive. this place put a dent in my budget. i had 3 beers that led to a bill of almost $40...that was not fun to see.

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Photo of JivanN
4.3/5  rDev +0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Verdugo Bar is probably my favorite bar. It is what a beer bar should be. Great tap list, great bottle list, knowledgable bar tenders ( and probably the most beautiful looking women who work at a beer bar), and great atmosphere. I would also highly recommend going their on a Thursday night because it's not too packed but you'll still have a fantastic time. It's the type of place where you go once and you just keep wanting to go back.

They also have a to go license and the prices for their amazing bottle list are extremely reasonable.

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Photo of LevG
5/5  rDev +17.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Ok, this is a bold statement, but this is my favorite bar of all time. Honestly, for almost 4 years, I have been a devout patron here, and the staff really acknowledges anyone who goes there regularly. If you're new, they'll be super chill and offer you tastes of beers you're curious about on tap. You get some ridiculous taps on over here (I had PtY here for 3 consecutive years), and any rarity. Ryan Sweeney really brought a great place to LA, where all your beer dreams can really come true.

The staff is awesome (I can't say it enough). Sometimes they would crack open a beer from their refrigerator to taste with all the patrons if they hadn't tried it before.

The place always has food trucks outside (Grill 'Em All, and many others).

The patio is the selling point. It's the coolest vibe outside. The ideal time to go is on Thursdays. Good crowd and not too packed.

Oh, and you can buy bottles to go! At a reasonable price!

Great music, great crowd, great staff, and a great time!

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Photo of SubpoenaDeuces
4.44/5  rDev +4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5

This place is a bit off the beaten path as I don't often wander into Eagle Rock but my friends from East LA see this as a compromise to my invitations to Surly Goat and Blue Palms, so, fair's fair. The setup is very similar to Surly Goat and the offerings from the 25(?) taps always has at least 4 or 5 impressive offerings i.e. Abyss, etc.

The people are a mixed bag, some hipster detritus, some Pasadena kids, some rum and coke misplaced characters, tough scene to peg. This place is dark dark dark and fills up pretty quickly. The bottle list always has a solid stable of good bottles, albeit pretty pricey, I think I paid $25 for a 335 ml of Consecration batch 5, which is a 100% markup to most BAs.

Still better than most of the Blue Moon/Stella-esque offering bars in LA, some minor pecayunes shouldn't deter.

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Photo of MuttKDC
3.29/5  rDev -23%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3.5

I decided to try this place after reading some of the BA reviews and I can't say I was impressed. The neighborhood was somewhat shady (which has never stopped me from trying a new place before). Street parking was a pain.

Inside the atmosphere was really great. Tall wood ceilings and lightly lit and a long curvy bar. For atmosphere, it looked awesome.
I asked if they offer beer flights or tasters, rather then ordering full beers. I was told no.

Decided to order a Pliny the Elder. When served I noticed the beer did not have any head at all (I was a bit disappointed in the serve, maybe they were using the wrong cup?). I commented it to the bartender and she replied that at least I get for beer for my $. I decided not to pursue the conversation.

Needless to say the beer tasted weird. I don't think it was the beer's regular taste but the beer seemed bad (skunky maybe).

After just one sip, I mentioned my problem to the bartender and she suggested another beer. I moved on to Lagunitas Brown Shugga (which had great head and even better taste) . Yet once the bill came she had charged me for both of the beers. I asked and she said that she couldn't do anything about it. I ended paying full price for the two beers (although I only had a beer and a sip)

Should they offer tasters, I would have avoided this unpleasant visit. I don't think I would ever go back.

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Photo of Lesbrad
4.6/5  rDev +7.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5

What a beer list!?!

Fantastic beer with changing taps and a bunch of bottles. This place is at the very top of the LA class. A lot of California beers and a lot from all over the world. I had a Speedway Stout and a Baltic Porter from Norway last time I was there and both were superb

It gets loud as the night progresses but the back patio if always nice and the decor is very nice. No food, but they get food trucks parked outside on most nights and they let you bring the food in. Also, they have off-sales, so you can pick up a bottle for the road on your way out.

Staff is competent but some are better than others a=in terms of beer knowledge and understand.

Out of the way place worth getting lost for.

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Photo of WestValleyIPA
4.22/5  rDev -1.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

Went to Verdugo Bar for the first time for a launch party for The bar has about 25 taps, ranging mostly from domestic craft, and a few Belgian, English, European crafts. A bottle cooler also offers some VERY hard to find brews (at the time I went, Mikkeller 1000 ibu, Firestone Parabola, Deschutes Jubel, etc.) Prices are decently reasonable, 6 bucks for most drafts, and a good glass selection (tulips, hefe, etc). Did not see a single person drinking out of shaker glasses. Also some very schmoozy booze. 3 rooms are available, 2 with lounge type seating and a patio in the far back with wood benches. Definitely worth a check.

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Photo of 3HovsepiansBrews
4.01/5  rDev -6.1%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

This place is hard to find with only a small sign that says "Cocktails" that lets you know where it is. Once you step inside, you enter a dark room that is no bigger than a large den in a house with a few couches lining one wall and a bar on the other. The bartenders are quite attractive, which is always a plus. In addition, they have a selection of about 20 beers on tap and many more in bottles. All of the beers that I saw were of rather high quality and are reasonably priced at about $6 - $8 for a glass. The few beers that I had were all delicious and I think you really can't go wrong with any beer they carry. They don't serve any food, but as I was leaving I think a couple of employees were grilling bacon-wrapped hot dogs outside the entrance that looked appetizing. The crowd seemed like mostly regulars and the atmosphere was very laid-back, so much so that the employees seemed like customers themselves. Plus the odd choice of 1970's "The Artful Penetration of Barbara" playing on the televisions made you feel like you were in on a secret that no else has discovered yet, which was cool. I will definitely be a repeat customer.

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Photo of JTahoe
3.88/5  rDev -9.1%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 5

While I do kind of like the "hidden" nature and nearly dive-bar type of vibe, there is something about the atmosphere that doesn't quite click for me...

The main bar is dark with loud music (it was too loud for how many people were in the place, maybe 10), the back room is a sort of lounge set up, and then out the back door is a beer garden type of set up with lots of picnic tables... I think the back has the most potential, but it was empty on my visit. I will need to check this out on a nice day with friends. Anyway, the atmosphere is not bad, just average. I would have dinged more because of the music except for a song each by Frank Black and the Pixies. Service is OK, but not stellar for a slow night.

The selection here is really top notch and nicely curated with 30 taps and one hand pump, plus a pretty extensive bottle selection. Oh yeah, plus full bar.

Available taps on my visit were: Lucifer, Avec les bons Voeus Saison (Christmas), Stella (for the drag-along crowd), Rugbrod (Bruery), Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier, Schneider-Brooklyner Hopfen-Weisse, Requiem (Gentleman Scholar), Fox Barrel Black Currant cider, Craftsman Holiday Spruce, Delerium Tremens, Fullers London Porter, Bellhaven Stout, Old Rasputin, Santa's Little Helper (Port), Hacker Pschorr Marzen, St. Feuillien Cuvee de Noel, PTE, Mikkeller Santa's Little Helper, Coronado 13th Anniversary, Sprcher Scotch Ale, Climax Noel (Eel River), St. Louis Fond Tradition. They were tapped out of: Gouden Carolus Christmas, St. Bernardus Christmas, Speakeasy Holiday, Ryan Sullivan's Imperial Stout, Three Philosophers, Solidarity (Eagle Rock Brewery!!!).

Overall a very good place, but really because of the selection. Otherwise, I feel like it doesn't quite know what it wants to be... a hipster dive bar? A place for beer lovers that can also make an apple martini to satisfy the fickle LA crowd? I don't know, but, I do know that I will be back for sure.

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Photo of AHebel
3.03/5  rDev -29%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2 | selection: 3.5

I did not enjoy my experience here. Since moving from Chicago to LA, I've been trying out the popular craft beer joints, and from what I had researched I was more excited than usual to see what this place was all about.

Getting there, I'm intrigued, because the exterior is dark, and only has a sign that says, "Cocktails." It's a hidden, mysterious place. I opened the door, to find maybe 3 people inside the comfortable, dark bar. I take a seat with my cousin, and five minutes later, some girl strolls in the front door, walks behind the bar, and asks if we wanted anything... duh, what the hell do you think we're doing here...

They've got an average selection of maybe 20 beers on tap (Pliny the Elder was the highlight), and a pretty good selection of pricey bottles. No food, besides salt and vinegar Kettle Chips... uh, no thanks...

The beers were tasty (thanks to the breweries), and 2001: A Space Odyssey playing on a TV behind the bar was an interesting touch, Dave. But, the annoying customer/or employee obnoxiously screaming to a baseball playoff game gave this place an annoying, where not worthy vibe as the bartender tended to them while we waited, glasses empty.

Overall: beer selection good; no food, bad; bad service; mediocre decor (they do have a cool outdoor patio area in the back); experience, a letdown. Probably won't venture out to this place again. I'd rather go to Blue Palms Brewhouse or Father's Office....

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Photo of 2beernutz
4.5/5  rDev +5.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

Checked this place out last week while on vacation in LA ... and ended up meeting a few BAs while I was there. Drove by the bar at least 4 times before we figured out where it was. Look for the small neon "Cocktails" sign outside. From the outside, this place looks like it's going to be a total dive, but once we stepped inside, wow ... what a surprise. Very hip vibe, modern decor, and Pulp Fiction on TV. Great beer selection, both on draft in in bottles. They have Pliny on draft, what more do I need?

Staff was very efficient and incredibly friendly and welcoming. From the moment I walked in I felt like I was hanging out in my own neighborhood bar. If you're a beer geek you definitely need to check this place out, and even if you're not a beer geek, I guarantee you'll have a good time.

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Photo of dealovebeer
4.8/5  rDev +12.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

Since I would consider myself a regular here, it's time I give it a review. If I'm biased, so what...who isn't?

I remember the first time I came here and thought I found a gem. I still think that.

I'm never disappointed by the amount/selection of amazing beers they have on tap. Everyone has their preference of beer style and there's always something to please everyone.

There is almost every walk of life coming in here from the recently legal 21 year olds, to the grandpa status elderly and they all join together for something they can all share a likeness for.

I'd say about 80% of the bartenders are awesome and very knowledgeable. But you get the recent addition to the team who has a few things to learn, but otherwise you can go in and ask for a style you like and more often than not you'll get something worthy of your taste buds.

Give it a try. Check out the back patio that was recently made bigger. And don't forget to get a "danger dog" on the way out on a weekend night.

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Photo of raoulduke37
4.66/5  rDev +9.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

This is the third time I've been here and now decided to give the place a review: Simply put, this is one of the great beer bars in LA, if not all of CA. Do not, repeat, DO NOT miss this place. It's an hour and a half drive for me from Ventura, but when they announce that they are serving casked Sculpin, what are you going to do? Ryan, the owner, is not only knowledgeable, but also leans far over to the side of beer geek, not snob. The people here, especially around opening, are all clearly there for the beer and give it the respect that it's due. Every tap is phenomenal, especially the featured beers (I was lucky enough to have 5 Sculpins before leaving). The bottle list is extensive and far cheaper than other beer bars I've been to in the southland. All my beer was served promptly in the correct glass with no spillage - bartenders were friendly, as were the owners. Very friendly patrons who were willing to share their breakfast geek stouts with us. I seriously love this place and will keep making the long trek out here. Also in terms of food, there is some dude right out front of this place who makes a killer sausage, or you could drive down Eagle Rock Blvd. until you find the street taco vendor. You're not going to get cheap food better than this anywhere.

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Photo of schuey1010
4.14/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Visited the Verdugo Bar on a sunday afternoon with the wife. When we finally found the place we walked in and nearly stumbled over each other. Its a little dark at first coming in from the bright sun. Cool place on the inside, will be back for sure.

Only had time for one beer each. I ordered a belgium, and the wife ordered a pliny. The bartender said "huh", so my wife said pliny the elder and had to point to the menu, at which time the girl turned around to look at the taps. I figure if you are one of the only half dozen places in southern california that are "granted permission" to have it, you sure as hell better know what it is. Not a problem by any means, just thought it was rather funny.

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Photo of callmescraps
4.44/5  rDev +4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

Finally dragged myself out to give this place a try. Frankly, the Sculpin on cask had a real motivating impact.

Atmosphere - Really quite dark. I was there at 7 on a Thursday, so I can't really judge too much. Everyone there was beer geeking it up pretty hardcore. They had the game on which I appreciated. I like a dark bar and all, but it was almost depressing, felt like I was in a cave. Seemed like the kind of joint I'd LOVE to have in my neighborhood, and drop in for a beer or two, but not sure I'd want to hit it on a Friday night w/non beer nerd friends.

Quality - Really excellent stuff. The aforementioned Sculpin on cask, some pretty hard to get beers. No real duds. If anything I'm shortchanging it.

Selection - Very good. A nice variety for any palate. But I'm always happy to have more...

No food, which is kind of a bummer. But you can order in. Still, this is a minus in my book.

I thought the prices were pretty reasonable. Spent like $6-$7 on some very good beers and stuff that's hard to find. They had "to go" beers that were expensive, but pretty much what you'd expect if you're buying it from a bar. I just thought it was cool they had them at all.

This is a pretty cool bar, and I'd love to be able to go more often. Unfortunately it's not the most convenient. I'll probably only head out if I'm in the neighborhood of if they have something special on.

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Photo of SShelly
4.64/5  rDev +8.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

Put simply Ryan is the man, a large number of rotating taps, educated and friendly staff, very enthusiastic beer appreciating patrons, and best of all a short drive from my house. I really love this place. Well done interior, with a great patio. Also unlike a number of new places in town it doesnt feel confused as to what it wants to be, definetly a place to give return buisness to.

For those complaining about the neighborhood, its really not that bad, and is headed for better days ahead.

Overall except for the lack of food (who's perfect really??) the place is a hit.

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Photo of surfer4life
4.3/5  rDev +0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

So a friend of mine who happens to share his last name with this bar (which means executioner in spanish) decided that because of it, he wanted to go visit it. Boy and I glad we did. The atmosphere seems to have a good mix of people from all walks of life. Some artsy, some average middle class people and thank god, a few beer geeks. These beer geeks include the owners of the Bar, Ryan and Brandon. It didn't take long before I met these guys and boy are they knowledgable about beer. The few regulars that I met were also very knowledgable and immediately made us feel welcome. While they do have other liquor, you can tell they are passionate about beer. The amount of taps they have escapes me, but I would guess it's close to 15 or more. They beers on tap were high quality, no junk. Prices were very reasonable and I don't believe they had any food available. Bottom line is that if I am ever in their neck of the woods again, I must stop by again and I reccomend you do the same.

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Photo of davexisxrabid
4.08/5  rDev -4.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Came in here to see what all the hub-bub was about. I'd say, over-hyped but definitely worth the trip and a place I'd like to come back soon...

Place had a nice dark vibe to it, it just didn't seem to be too popular. Not a lot of people when I visited it on a weekend night. I expected a bit more. Plus, I found it kinda weird that there were a bunch of hipsters in here. Where are all the homies at? I was worried about leaving my car parked outside when it's avenues terrority outside and they ain't got no respect for an east l.a. boy like me ...

Service was really quick and the bartender was pleasant. She did inform us which beers were tapped (all of you's drank all the Russian River stuff!) so I did have a Rogue Shakespeare Stout that I thoroughly enjoyed.

Selection was actually pretty good, despite the fact that they had run out of stuff, which was kinda irritating, but I can't really blame the staff for that.

Prices of the beer were standard, the beer to go was really out there though. I mean, if it came down to it and the Verdugo was the only place I could get a bottle of something, then maybe I would pay their markup, but I have resources!

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Verdugo Bar in Los Angeles, CA
Place rating: 4.27 out of 5 with 62 ratings