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Casual Tipsy Cow Pub Stumbles Out of Woodland Hills After Two Years

But owner Peter Brill is sure to bring something else in its place

The exterior of Tipsy Cow
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Woodland Hills lost one of its newer restaurants recently, with the shutter of casual restaurant and bar Tipsy Cow. The easygoing Ventura Boulevard spot lasted less than two years.

Back in early-ish 2016, Tipsy Cow moseyed over from Sherman Oaks with a new location that promised much the same thing: beer, TVs, cocktails, and pub fare. There’s already plenty of competition in that space though, including a different Woodland Hills newcomer called Geezer’s Public House that debuted in August.

Not that Tipsy Cow hasn’t been doing well overall. The company opened quietly earlier this month inside the massively revamped Westfield Century City shopping complex, and is still doing brisk business up at their original Valley location as well.

Closed signage at Tipsy Cow

The above signage is now up at the shuttered Woodland Hills site, directing customers to the remaining two locations. Meanwhile, owner Peter Brill (Big Wang’s) is still on the move elsewhere, having recently taken over the now shuttered Birch in Hollywood.