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- 68%Art & Design Lovers
- 59%Nightlife Lovers
- 51%Green Travelers
- 51%Budget Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
Member Reviews (8)
- Mohawk BendOct 16, 2013
I came here with some lovely Gogobot ladies and had a great time. So much good food - the pizzas were fresh and unique, the buffalo cauliflower tasted just like fried buffalo wings (but without the guilt), and the crab cakes were delicious. The french toast was so decadent and perfect for those with a sweet tooth. I'm definitely coming back here again - and trying something from their massive beer list !
- Mohawk BendMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Sep 23, 2013
This is my go-to spot for just about everything-- Celebrating my birthday? Check. Watching the basketball game? Check. Pizza craving? Check. Drinks with the girls? Check. Date night with the boyfriend Check. This place really works for all occasions, which is hard to find! Great food, tons of vegan options, extensive beer menu that supports local breweries, bar area or dining area or patio (my fave) and all in gorgeous space. The building used to be a Vaudville theater for the longest time so the ceilings are high and the space still very theatrical.
- Mohawk BendMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Apr 01, 2013
**A-OK FOOD AND NICE ATMOSPHERE**
Friend suggested this place since it was in her hood.
Parking can be a bitch, but we went on a Sunday, so there were spots on the street.
We sat in the front patio which was LOUD. Like Vietnamese-Tiger-Mom-Yelling-Loud.
Go for the back patio.
Cute, rustic, gastropub.
BUFFALO STYLE CAULIFLOWER - $7
Vegan "bleu cheese" dressing and celery tasted like buffalo wings. But of course, we'd rather have the real thing. The flavor has a definite kick.
CHOP SALAD - $10
Roasted squash & broccoli, avocado, romaine, red bell pepper, brussels sprout, beet, red wine vinaigrette was fresh and tasty. My favorite of the three dishes we ate.
PIG NEWTON PIZZA - $14
Serrano ham, fig tapenade, goat cheese, mozzarella, topped with arugula tossed in balsamic was OK. I didn't like the the crust and prefer using fig chunks instead of tapenade.
Efficient, casual, and friendly.
Overall, it was a nice hangout in Echo Park with friends. But there are other better eateries in the neighborhood. If you just want beer and a friendly patio, this is your place.
- Mohawk BendFeb 08, 2013
The other reviews are all very accurate about this place. The location used to be a movie theater, parking is street only, and the place gets pretty packed early in the evening. The beer is really the selling point of this place. They have 70 taps of amazing California craft beers. Every month they will feature a non-California brewery to add a bit of variety to the list. Add to that six California wines on tap and a full bar of California crafted spirits. The food is a very interesting mix of West Coast vegan and vegetarian dishes with a good amount meaty options as well. They have live bands, film screenings, and art shows from time to time. Be sure to check out their Facebook page for the latest events.
- Mohawk BendMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversJan 12, 2013
This restaurant looks like a theater from the outside. I often drove by it and I never would have known about it until my coworker wanted to have birthday drinks there. There's no designated parking area so I parked on Mohawk, a residential street right by it.
Pretty cool vibe, pretty big and crowded, lots of different beers, drink selection, yummy food. I got the breakfast all day pizza (canadian bacon, egg, spinach) and rosemary fries. The egg was runny so I would dip the pizza crust in it. yummmm
The bartender was kind of douchey, then nice, then douchey, mostly douchey. He almost started an argument with someone in our group then rambled and said "never mind, I don't want to start an argument" when no one was even arguing with him. We were confused. Maybe he was having a bad day...
- Mohawk BendMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 11, 2012
Mohawk Bend is a restaurant that used to be a theater, so you’ll see some fun traces of décor left over from the theater (including the sign outside). The restaurant is great for vegans as many of the dishes are made for vegans. However, meat eaters will also love the vegan dishes and there are also some non-vegan dishes. The buffalo cauliflower is a must try. It’s just like buffalo chicken wings but with cauliflower replacing the chicken. The banh mi pizza is also delicious with fried tofu pieces on top and a slight spicy kick in the pizza sauce. If you go during brunch, definitely try the French toast (can be made vegan style or regular). It comes with a great syrup. There are tons of beers on tap too. The service is good and the staff friendly.
- Mohawk BendMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Jul 08, 2012
The interior of this place is awesome! A great restaurant/bar for everything from brunches and dates to group dinners and girls night outs. I've come here for both dinner and brunch and have realllly enjoyed their pizzas and appetizers. I'm a huge fan of their secret dessert, the nickel bag, which are beignets deliciously enrobed in sugar and cinnamon.
Oh! I almost forgot to mention. They have like a zillion beers on tap.
- Mohawk BendMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6First to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Mohawk Bend is a relatively new-ish restaurant located in an old movie theater in Echo Park. They have a ridiculously extensive beer selection (50+ local and imported brews on tap) as well as a nice cocktail menu. The menu is at least half vegan -- they actually say that everything is vegan unless marked otherwise, which makes this a great place to take your vegan/vegetarian friends, since there is plenty for everyone to eat. We wanted to get a pizza that was half meat and half vegetarian, though, and they couldn't do that, as their meat and not-meat products are cooked in separate parts of the kitchen (sort of like a kosher milk/meat thing), but even my carnivore husband ended up liking the seitan sausage pizza we ended up getting. This place has a great laid back vibe and the staff is very nice and very well trained. They fill up fast after about 7.30 or 8, so be prepared to wait in the bar for a table, or just come early.