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Buffalo chicken wings with carrot and celery sticks in a basket at The Greyhound.
Buffalo chicken wings at The Greyhound
Wonho Frank Lee

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Top-Tier Sports Bar the Greyhound Opens Big in Glendale

Wings, burgers, beer, wine, and oysters

It’s the height of sports-watching season in Los Angeles, with everyone from the Dodgers to USC to the Rams, Chargers, and even the Kings and Lakers ready to make moves. Naturally, it’s also peak sports bar season, which all makes for perfect timing for the brand new Greyhound Bar and Grill, opening this week in Glendale.

The Greyhound is already a well-known name in sports circles, having hosted countless Dodger game viewing parties and wing-fueled Sunday football sessions at the original location in Highland Park. This new outlet on Brand in Glendale will keep the same color tones and overall vibe of the original, complete with a seamlessly separated dining and bar area, meaning there’s room for all to enjoy. The former fine dining home of Palate Food & Wine now offers laid-back leather booths, lots of tall glass for that fall sunlight, and of course a ring of TVs to catch all the action.

Meanwhile, the Greyhound’s food offerings under chef Josh Davis offerings have been tweaked slightly for the new location. They still have those famous wings, of course, as well as staples like a burger, but are adding oysters from Blue Island and are rolling out a more robust wine program, a nod to the building’s other use as a Wine Vault storage center. Partners Matt Glassman, Ryan Julio, and Steve Williams (who are also behind cocktail bar ETA, and have spent time at Father’s Office) aren’t leaving the cocktails and 20-tap craft beer list behind, either.

The 3,300 square foot Greyhound, designed by Rachel Moore of Madison Modern Home and New Tolteca Mfg, opens on Friday. Expect hours from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday Through Thursday, with an extension to 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and an early opening at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays.

The Greyhound. 933 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA.

Inside The Greyhound Glendale with a bar, barstool, and covered windows with blinds and hanging lights.
Bar and seating at The Greyhound
Wonho Frank Lee
Barstools and tables at The Greyhound, Glendale.
Yellow banquettes and hanging lights with blue walls at The Greyhound.
Yellow banquettes, tan chairs, and dining room at The Greyhound in Glendale.
Dartboard with blue walls and barstools to the side.
Dartboard at The Greyhound
Midcentury modern-style interior with Rose Bowl poster and yellow banquettes.
Vault door and sports photos on a blue wall at The Greyhound.
Popcorn shrimp with tartar sauce in a checkered basket.
Cajun togarashi popcorn shrimp with tartar sauce
Cheeseburger with fries on a checkered paper basket.
Cheeseburger with fries
Sauced chicken wings with carrots and celery sticks on a checkered basket.
Buffalo chicken wings
Barbecue chicken wings with fries on a checkered basket.
Barbecue wings with fries
Chicken sandwich with bacon, cheese on a potato roll on a checkered basket.
Chicken sandwich with bacon, Swiss cheese, and spicy aioli on a Mr. Holmes Bakehouse potato roll
Oysters on ice on a metal tray with mignonette
Kusshi and Wellfleet oysters at The Greyhound.
Outside the The Greyhound Glendale with glass doors and arched entrance.
The Greyhound Glendale

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