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The Stalking Horse Brews Up a British Pub in West LA This Summer

Update: Yep, another Tony Yanow place

The future Stalking Horse in West LA
Spacecraft Design Group
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Here comes a flip of the former Steingarten LA space, which opened on Pico Boulevard in 2011 during the height of the German beer hall renaissance. It looks like the updated option is set to be called The Stalking Horse, and will work a decidedly British vibe while keeping the patio and craft beer elements intact.

There’s not much word yet on what will become the finished project, but insiders say the project should canvass some 4,000 square feet and include the heavy use of dark woods and natural light. There will also be lots of greenery around, as you can see from a couple of renderings below, but perhaps the most intriguing element is the actual brewing space you can see in the back of the small bar (seen below).

Spacecraft Design Group has already planted themselves inside and are demo’ing the place. Look for The Stalking Horse to arrive by late summer at the earliest.

Update: A source emails in to say that this in fact will be yet another Tony Yanow joint, as part of the larger group he’s a partner in called Artisanal Brewers Collective. Apparently the new model is to flip spaces, bring back the brewpub, and dominate the city. It’s working so far.

The Stalking Horse
10543 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA