It’s sports bar season in Los Angeles, which is perfect for the folks behind 33 Taps. They just moved into the former Good Microbrew space on Sunset, are are here for all your baseball and football-watching needs.
It’s a nice turn of events for the Silver Lake space, which ends a long run as an early adopter in the craft beer and TV pub genre, at least for that neighborhood. Now things have been reformatted and reworked basically from the top down, creating a much more engaging and open space than before.
The new 33 Taps features more than three dozen actual taps, with room for wine and cold brew as well. There’s also an expanded food menu for lunch-through-dinner snacking, and lots of seats at the new wraparound bar.
As for televisions, there are a dozen placed throughout the room, but all are done so rather discreetly. Unlike the bi-level Hollywood original, this 33 Taps is meant to make the sports-watching much more subtle, with smaller screens tucked higher against the ceiling. Owner Ryan Floyd says that he designed this newest incarnation as a place for casual fans and regular diners alike to congregate, with some 90 seats inside and another 35 on the sidewalk patio.
33 Taps is now soft open in Silver Lake. Once things are truly dialed in, likely by this coming Saturday, expect hours Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday those extend to midnight, with a 9 a.m. weekend start time for brunch.
33 Taps Silver Lake
3725 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA