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Find comfort at Silver Lake’s Hyperion Public

Look no farther than Hyperion Public for elevated pub grub without losing comfort and familiarity. The warm dark environment in Silver Lake (and also in Studio City) was filled with the east side’s good looking hip crowd around 7 PM on a weekday. Friends meeting up for drinks or cozying up for dinner sporting cool wide brim hats and bush beards and definitely living up to Hyperion Public’s motto: “By the People, For the People.”

Hyperion Public Silver Lake

Built upon the foundation of a community pub five years ago, the fathers who established the joint bonded over their children in preschool and their desire to start a family-friendly neighborhood watering hole with a simple and delicious menu. A locale between Silver Lake and Los Feliz presented itself on Hyperion Boulevard and soon enough their friend Chef Paddy Aubrey, known for his exclusive gourmet macaroni and cheese catering company, became Executive Chef.

We encourage you to share the following notable menu items:

Beginnings: 

Asian Steak Lettuce Cups with pickled carrots, bacon coleslaw and cilantro.

Hyperion Public Silver Lake

Avocado Fries with lime-cilantro aioli.

Hyperion Public Silver Lake avocado fries

Spicy Blueberry Wings with house-made ranch or blue cheese.

Truffle Mac and Cheese  with truffled mushrooms, smoked gouda, and panko crust.

Hyperion Public Silver Lake

 

Entrées

Shrimp n’ Grits, Chef Paddy’s spin on a Southern classic, with pan-seared shrimp and creamy grits is spiced up with andouille sausage and a bourbon shrimp reduction with an onion ‘crunch’ on top.

Hyperion Public Silver Lake

General Tso’s Uncle Riki’s Fish includes a pan seared snapper, crispy rice, General Tso’s sauce, grilled lemon-herb bok choy and chili paste presented like a mini tower.

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Endings

Donut Sundae with glazed donut French toast, blackberry sauce, caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream. Save room for this brunch bite.

Hyperion Public Silver Lake

Photo credit: Melissa Curtin

Cocktails

Kentucky Cool-Aid with Buffalo Trace Bourbon, raspberry shrub, Angostura Aromatic Bitters, Peychaud’s Aromatic Bitters, Peat Monster Whiskey Sprtiz and mint sprig. Giddy up!

The Hot Mezcal, comprised of Del Maguey Vida Mezcal, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, Angostura Aromatic Bitters, Habanero Tincture, and lime juice will warm you up from the inside.

For Healthier Bites

For those who would like to sample healthier options, try these salads with a twist – Kale Caesar, Brussels Sprout Cobb, or get playful with Salad Fun, a veggie friendly dish featuring radicchio, shaved cauliflower, arugula, zucchini, red onion, edamame hummus and lemon herb vinaigrette. You may wish to try a gourmet burger, or opt for a turkey or chicken burger instead.

The Community Pub is a little-known hidden liquid treasure within each Hyperion Public location known almost exclusively to locals, offers guests a communal space to come together while enjoying a handcrafted cocktail, glass of wine or cold craft beer before or after dinner, or watching football, baseball, the World Cup, the Olympics, or political debates. Let loose for special events like trivia or karaoke.

Happy Hour deals happen from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Come for the bottomless brunch mimosas.

Enjoy comfort food with a twist! Get cozy at your new home away from home.

Hyperion Public Silver Lake

The Community Pub Silver Lake 

2538 Hyperion Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90027

323.761.6440

Hyperion Public Studio City          

12969 Ventura Boulevard

Studio City, CA 91604

T: 818.464.3750

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