This Streamline Moderne landmark has been fully restored and it’s an architectural feast.
The 83-year-old Firestone building on La Brea has been slumbering for what feels like an eternity. Now, the stunning building with its aerodynamic “modernistic” lines has finally been unveiled as the All Season Brewing Company. The exterior of the building has maintained much of the original structure, with a pristine, eggshell facade contrasted with burgundy accents and dramatic Firestone lettering. Meanwhile, the interior has been given a sleek industrial touch, preserving as much of the original space by using salvaged vintage pieces to reflect its days as a former car service station.
If you find yourself in the heart of Mid-Wilshire, you’ll want to pull in for tacos and craft beer. This all-purpose space is designed to be a 13,000 square feet hub of culinary experiences and entertainment with beer made right on-site. And it absolutely is.
Here you’ll find their signature crushers along with delicious cocktails and food by Chica’s Tacos featuring tacos, burritos, nachos, and plant-based offerings. While indoor seating isn’t on offer just yet, we’re looking forward to enjoying retro games, booths and expansive tables that lend themselves to communal dining.
The project was undertaken by Pouring With Heart and designer Matt Winter of M. Winter Design. The result is meticulous preservation of a twentieth-century Machine Age gem.
Location: 800 S. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90036
Featured Image: mwinterdesign.com