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O'Hara's in Westwood Getting Much-Needed Refresh From Mastro's Founder

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The longtime Westwood pub will likely become a ritzy new eatery.

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O'Hara's Westwood
O'Hara's Westwood

Something's brewing at O'Hara's in Westwood, the dumpy dive bar on the corner of Gayley and Weyburn in Westwood. This ABC notice shows a change of ownership for the fully licensed 47 establishment (which allows beer, wine, and liquor served alongside food), that shows Robert Freedman and Michael Mastro as the principal new owners.

Michael Mastro, you might recall, is one of the founders of Mastro's Steakhouse, which first plonked its high-end steakhouse in Beverly Hills back in 2001 by way of Scottsdale.

There isn't much else on O'Hara's (which was previously Maloney's) at the moment except that the day of its hot wings, sliders and $2 pints may be coming to an end. With Westwood Brewco also soon becoming The Boiling Crab, the divey establishments in Westwood are becoming a rarer sight, though Barney's Beanery still lives on.


1000 Gayley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024

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