MessHall will take you back to summer camp or that “one time at band camp” since their décor and theme will have you flashing back to your youth when you were either selling cookies or earning badges as a scout.
MessHall calls itself a “gastro tavern” and they serve modern American-fare that includes breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, late-night, and an oyster bar where ingredients are sourced from local, organic, and seasonal ingredients. An added bonus is that on Tuesdays the oyster of the day is $1 all night. And in deference to that “time in band camp”, they do serve tasty “American pies” that range from banana cream jar pie to lemon meringue.
Now former scouts, unlike your youth where you probably had virgin lemonades, the drinks at MessHall are stiff and absolutely amazing. Among their specialty drinks are the Brown Derby (named after a historic restaurant that was located onsite) and their ever-changing takes on the classic martini. Additionally, they offer a limited but hop-tastic selection of 8 beers on tap and a Happy Hour Monday through Friday.
The patio area is nice and shaded and has heaters to keep the fur-less patrons warm. Valet parking is available, but usually you can find street parking along the residential side streets.
“3 Charlies mean a spacious dog-friendly area.”
4500 Los Feliz Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90027