Los Angeles kind of demands outdoor patios but liquor laws tend to push beer inside. So many signs say “No beer past this point”. Now Angel City is finally constructing an outdoor drinking space to augment their Public House in the Arts District.
All of the paperwork took a year to get to this point so the outdoor space will open in January (it will probably be sunny). There will be “picnic tables, green space, more room for art, and a brand new fire pit created by Arts District-based sculptor David Hollen.”
And since they were in build mode anyway, Angel City decided to add a brand new grain silo. With a 200,000 pounds of grain capacity.
You can have a beer and see the construction phase, then return next year for the unveiling.