In a surprising turn of events, it seems that Los Angeles brewery Golden Road has decided to open up their Grand Central Market craft beer and pierogi den. The official unveiling time is 2 p.m. sharp, which means that as of this very moment you can sit, sip, and enjoy.
It’s a sudden opening for the long-awaited project, which is hoping to be a major factor in the market’s next push to expand their evening hours with alcohol sales. Of course the fact that it’s local brand Golden Road should certainly help draw eyeballs from tourists and townies alike — even if the company itself is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of beer conglomerate AB InBev.
Below you’ll find the menu for Golden Road’s new taproom, which is littered mostly with pierogi options like bacon cheddar and, surprisingly, al pastor. There are also a variety of salads and sides, plus simple parfaits. The beer list is a bit more extensive, ranging from the brewery’s iconic 329 lager and Point the Way IPA to a dry Irish stout done with nitro and a slew of German-leaning offerings.
No official word on hours yet as the GCM stand gets up and running, but expect a move towards lunch-into-evening service very, very soon.