O’Briens Irish Pub & Restaurant Los Angeles, Guide & Review
One of the best Irish pub in Los Angeles. On May 22nd 1994, Willy O’Sullivan, a native of Cork City, opened O’Briens. It soon became a huge favorite of the then booming Irish expat population. He’s still the owner and works behind the bar on a regular basis. Though the local Irish population has diminished, O’Briens has evolved to appeal to locals, but still retains that warm authentic feel of a real Irish pub. It’s also a great place to watch any sporting event. O’Briens Irish Pub & Restaurant features an electric atmosphere, huge TVs to always catch the game or fights, great draft beers, nice people – a steady flow of interesting customers & mix of locals, super friendly owner – comes around and checks on how things are going absolutely delicious Irish fare, excellent bartenders, good delicious food, a great selection of beers, and strong delicious drinks.
If you just want a great drink or meal, hear a story, from one of their experienced friendly bartenders, meet friends, classic craft beers, or make new ones, there’s no better place. If you have just moved to Los Angeles or, if you’re just visiting, you’ll feel right at home. O’Briens Irish Pub & Restaurant operates Monday through Friday from 11:30am to 10:00 pm, Saturday 11:00 am to 10:00 pm, and Sunday 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. This pub is super fun!
What a great place to go and hang out with friends and locals. It’s a really awesome place for a night out for family and friends. Highly recommended for an amazing experience in Los Angeles.