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Best Gastropub in L.A.? Maybe York on York (in Highland Park)?

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Certainly everyone has their favorite gastropub, maybe because it's their neighborhood hang or because they like the burger a lot, let's say from Father's Office. But let's face it, sometimes these gastropubs are out of control busy, packed and with a line out the door. That's why we love York on York (Blvd.) in Highland Park. How can you beat a chillax environment with $5 Craftsman beers and some of the best skin-on fries in the city on a weekday night? Not to mention the popular cheddar/harissa burgers (or the grilled tofu sandwich for veggies).

What's your favorite gastropub in Los Angeles? The Village Idiot? Laurel Tavern? Let us know in the comments section...

Previously from 2007 when it opened
- Interview: The York Bar Proprietors
- Opening Review

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