Richmond Bar & Grill

Classically located on El Segundo’s Historic Richmond Street in close proximity to the Old Town Music Hall, The Richmond Bar and Grill feels like it’s a million miles away from all the industry that surrounds this El Segundo icon. The nostalgic feeling on the inside is kept afloat with all the various types of antique memorabilia & Americana, especially around the bar. Here, the bar-stools swivel all the way around and wooded décor feels simple and family like.

There’s a wide selection of craft beer, some in bottles, others from the tap. Local favorites from The Strand Brewery can be found here as a well as brews from Anchor Steam’s Liberty Ale, Arrogant Bastard, and other hard to find suds that lean toward the amber & stout side of the keg. The meals here are like the service, quick & tasty. Order from the hamburger or hot dog side and leave room for some homemade potato chips, there’s a reason people like to talk about them. The lunch-time crowd is heavy so try Richmond Bar and Grill at night or on the weekend to fully appreciate its “Gundo” like style and grace.

El Segundo

Visited 1727 times, 2 Visits today

Posted in Bars / Nightlife, Pubs and Restaurants

Related Listings

Hip/Eclectic

Hermosa Beach

By the Water, Happy Hour, Outside Area

American, Asian - Other, Bar Food

($10-$19), ($20-$29)

Hidden Gem, Solid Date Spot

Located right in the middle of the Hermosa Beach Pier Plaza, Greenbelt is a great spot to meet up if you’re looking for a more laid-back experience.… Read more…

Manhattan Beach

By the Water, Dancing, Happy Hour, Hard Liquor License

American, Bar Food, Breakfast Spot, Mexican

A Breakfast Favorite, A South Bay Classic, Catch the Lakers Here, Start Sunday Funday Here

Sharkeez is the creation of Ron Newman- founder of the red onion chain of casual restaurants that flourished in the 1970’s and ‘80s- and his son Greg.… Read more…

Manhattan Beach

By the Water, Happy Hour, Hard Liquor License, Video Games

American, Bar Food, Breakfast Spot, Seafood

Top 10

They’ve got the coldest beer ion town—and they can prove it! A giant readout boldly declares the beer’s temperature, which is kept perennially below 29 degrees. Read more…