Party Earth Review Tucked away in a drab strip mall in the hipster haven of Los Feliz, Ye Rustic Inn is an otherwise average neighborhood bar catering to a loyal crowd of hip and blue-collar regulars. A true dive, the windowless bar features... ... read full review
1831 Hillhurst Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Red Line: Vermont/Sunset
M–F 11am–2am, Sa–Su 9am–2am
Los Feliz / Atwater Village, Los Angeles –
Tucked away in a drab strip mall in the hipster haven of Los Feliz, Ye Rustic Inn is an otherwise average neighborhood bar catering to a loyal crowd of hip and blue-collar regulars.
A true dive, the windowless bar features a typical 80s basement décor of wood-paneled walls covered in beer ads and mirrors, as well as a classic wooden bar where drinking buddies gather to shoot the breeze or work on the latest spec script over a few cheap beers.
Though most nights see the tables packed with mingling artsy types and the after-work crowd grabbing a bite to eat, Sundays and Mondays are all about the NFL fans clad in team jerseys and baseball caps that flock in to catch the game on flat-screen TVs.
A second room with studded leather booths offers extra space for girlfriend posses and group dates to chug beer, eat some spicy wings, and yell conversations over the rock, hip-hop, and soul tunes emanating from the jukebox.
Anyone looking to hang with hipsters and grizzled regulars alike won’t want to miss Ye Rustic Inn, where the drinks are cheap and the company priceless.
Los Feliz hipsters, blue-collar types, and former jocks, 20s to early 30s.
Jukebox featuring hip-hop, indie rock favorites, and classics from soul to standards. Karaoke on Tuesdays, trivia contest on Sundays 9–11pm. Flat-screen TVs.
Full menu includes appetizers, soups, burgers, sandwiches, salads, and entrées. Bloody Mary Breakfasts F–Su until 1:30pm. Happy Hour M–Th 4–8:30pm and M, W–Th 9–10pm and 11pm–midnight.
Appetizers $5.50–$8.50, soups $3–$7, burgers, salads and entrées $7.50–$10.50. Beer $4–$6, cocktails $5–$10.
T-shirts, flannel button-downs, hoodies, and jeans for guys; jeans and t-shirts for girls.
Fridays in the early evenings for a good-sized crowd, and Saturdays for a completely packed scene. NFL Sundays for the crowd of football fans who don’t like dedicated sports bars, and Tuesdays for karaoke.
The Drawing Room across the street (1800 Hillhurst Avenue) is another hipster hangout.