~Back in Time Happy Hour!~
~Back in Time at Happy Hour!~
This is a new brewery at the historical, union station that's serving great happy hour menu/drink, beer, and oysters.
Little history about the place:
From Protected content 1967, the massive Art Deco-Navajo room was a Harvey House restaurant, part of Fred Harvey’s chain of passenger-rail-adjacent eateries. In the ’50s and ’60s, as travelers abandoned train cars for cars they could drive on America’s gleaming network of interstate highways, Harvey Houses began to shutter; the Union Station outpost actually held on longer than a lot of others. From the late ’60s on, the space sat all but untouched, used almost exclusively for high-dollar special events and movie shoots. As recently as Protected content , the idea of turning it back into a fully functioning restaurant had been ruled out by Union Station’s then-owner, ProLogis Logistics Services, which had expressed to the L.A. Times that bringing the kitchen up to code would be prohibitively expensive.
Com' down and enjoy the happy hour drink/food with us.
--Pay for your own drink & food.
We'll be enjoy the drink/food; and probably play a game or two of the shuffleboard.
--Dress casual or to impress.
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