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Sherman Oaks Sports Bar On The Thirty Comes for Downtown Next

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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.

Things are certainly heating up along the Spring Street corridor in Downtown, as Valley bar On The Thirty has signed on for some already well-tread space. The Sherman Oaks bar will actually be occupying some square footage at 724 S. Spring, the site of a big, new, fancy food hall too.

To confirm the arrival of On The Thirty, one need only look at the sports bar and restaurant’s website. There’s a listing at the bottom of the page for a standalone new location, plus another section for a solo On The Thirty Bar. Except, as previously discussed, that bar area will actually be part of the food hall and operate under the name The Sixth Nickel — a self-described “world renowned mixology meets five star wine list” kind of place.

So it seems that On The Thirty will offer not only the libations side of the food hall equation, but also room for a standalone restaurant to boot. If it’s anything like the Sherman Oaks original, expect casual fare with craft beer and wine on deck, plus food from pizza to salads to sandwiches to poke. Add in televisions for watching the game, and it sounds like a great, casual time. Eater reached out to confirm the full lineup for On The Thirty at their new address, but so far hasn’t heard back. Add in the long-running possibility of a Hanjip coming to Downtown on the same block, and suddenly things are looking great for that stretch of Spring Street.