The Victorian Oak panels & elegant brass fittings will make you feel like you crossed the Atlantic. Featuring popular pub fares such as Fish & Chips (a regular “Best in L.A.” winner), Shepherd’s Pie & entrées of choice steaks, Prime Rib, Beef Wellington, & Roast Rack of Lamb. Seafood selections include Chilean Sea Bass, Atlantic Salmon, Jumbo Tiger Shrimp & Sand Dabs. Try hard-to-find international draft beers on tap. Full bar; free, gated parking lot.
Established in 1988.
Originally built in brick in 1935, this popular British eatery has had many lives as a machine shop, print shop and artist’s residence.
Converted by Grand House Management from an artist loft and studio, this traditional British Restaurant has been going strong for over 15 years.
Full liquor license was added in 1996 and a parking lot was added in 2009. It is entirely oak-paneled and carpeted, has a long oak bar with brass tap handles; a baby grand piano, and balcony seating overlooking the piano bar.
Andrew Silber moved to Southern California in April of 1985, after leaving a position as Banquet Manager at the Café Royal in London. When he arrived in LA, Andrew worked briefly at The Beverly Wilshire Hotel before joining Jacopo’s Italian Restaurant on Santa Monica Boulevard.
Right away, Andrew became involved in local community activities and soon became Vice President of the Beverly Hills Restaurant Association.
Andrew then transferred to a new job with a giant restaurant group, Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. Initially, he was the manager at Kincaid’s in San Francisco before being placed at Cutters in Santa Monica. After this, Andrew was head-hunted to Sony Pictures Entertainment in Culver City.
In 1995, Andrew and his wife Adela opened The Whale & Ale!