The historic Firestone Tire Building has become somewhat of a landmark for the Miracle Mile neighborhood of Los Angeles. It has stood on La Brea Avenue right before Wilshire Boulevard since the 1930s, but has sat unused for years. That’s until All Season Brewing Co. revitalized it into a new destination for great craft beer and tacos.
I learned about the new All Season Brewery from my boyfriend who saw it on a local LA blog. It’s actually a project of the Pouring With Heart group, a hospitality company that has launched a number of popular bars across LA, including Arts District Brewing Company, The Normandie Club, and Seven Grand. With that impressive resume, I expected a cool experience at All Season Brewing Co.
We checked out All Season Brewery during its opening weekend. Just like anything new in LA, I expected a line to get in. With COVID-19 restrictions, seating was much more limited and only available in its outdoor patio area. However, the line moved at a pretty good pace and we got in within 15 minutes. To keep traffic flowing, the brewery limited guest to only 90 minutes at a table and the servers were on top of this by logging the time you sat down. It might rush your visit, but it does help get tables turnaround quickly.
This space greatly reminds me of the breweries found in Downtown LA. Miracle Mile doesn’t have any places like this, so it’s nice to see something different. It was previously a car servicing station and the design of the place keeps that vintage look. There’s over 13,000 square feet for All Season Brewing Co. to play with, so once things get back to normal, I can see this place getting really busy with people enjoying a cold beer, watching the game, or playing the skeeball machines that are currently unused.
All Season Brewing offers 12 beers on tap, in addition to cocktails, wines, and non-alcoholic drinks. Beers range from $7-$9 while cocktails and wine range from $11-$13. If you purchase a drink, they automatically add a $6 food voucher to your bill, as it is required to purchase food with your drink with the COVID-19 restrictions. You can then take that voucher over to Chicas Tacos, which operates the kitchen, and apply it to your order.
Chicas Tacos offer a variety of simple Mexican dishes such as burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas, and more. When you place your order, they ask you for your phone number so that they can text you when your food is ready. Our orders took about 15 minutes, so not long of a wait. I had the dirty fries and steak taco, and my boyfriend oredered the fish burrito. The steak taco was filled with flavor, being packed with peppered certified angus steak, queso, crispy potato, and salsa. The fries were much bigger than I thought it would be and were topped with onions, salsa, meat. I asked for extra habanero sauce on the side and it added a spicy, yet delicious kick. My boyfriend’s fish burrito had cilantro rice, beans, salsas, queso, a three cheese blend, and was wrapped in our Chica’s Michelin award-winning flour tortilla. This was our first time having Chicas Tacos. It’s not traditional Mexican food, but it was pretty good and a delicious compliment to All Season’s beer.
Overall I can see All Season Brewing Co. becoming a really popular place to have a great time without having to travel all the way to DTLA. I can’t wait to see how it looks when we can actually enjoy the entire space!
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ALL SEASON BREWING CO.
Address: 800 South La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu 3:00PM-10:00PM, Fri- Sun 12:00PM-10:00PM
Parking: Street parking
- They don’t take reservations, it’s first come first serve.
- Kids are welcomed during the day, but guests must be 21+ after 8:30pm
- There is a 90 minute time limit. The servers log in your time once you are seated.
- A $6 food voucher is automatically added to your bill when you order a drink. This can be applied to Chica’s Tacos.