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Lincoln Kitchen & Tap Helps Drive a Craft Beer Revolution in Lincoln Heights

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The long penny bar inside Lincoln Kitchen & Tap
Lincoln Kitchen & Tap
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.

Craft beer and casual eats are coming for Lincoln Heights this weekend, as Lincoln Kitchen & Tap officially opens its doors to the public on Friday evening.

The Broadway newcomer is the work of the same team behind The Heights, a popular all-around deli and craft beer bottle shop just up the street. They also operate B Twentyfour, a casual coffee shop around the corner, and now they’re cornering a slice of the evening market with their new local gastropub. Expect burgers, of course, as well as shared appetizers and menu room for vegans and vegetarians alike. Owner Vanessa Baek is a local, and wanted something that caters to everyone around.

As for the space itself, this is a former location of El Siete Mares, transformed to include 40 taps, a hideaway patio, and TVs and projector for watching sports. The aim is to keep Lincoln Kitchen & Tap as casual as possible, opening the doors for anyone and everyone simultaneously. And with inbound openings just over the bridge in Chinatown (as in, David Chang and Highland Park Brewery), the whole Lincoln Heights area is sure to be drawing in new customers consistently.

Lincoln Kitchen & Tap
The tall, open dining area

Lincoln Kitchen & Tap officially opens tomorrow, keeping weeknight hours from 4 p.m. to midnight, and weekend hours from noon to midnight.

Lincoln Kitchen & Tap
2118 N. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA

Lincoln Kitchen & Tap
A portion of the patio