Rock and Reilly's is the ultimate place for getting a little bit of Hollywood charm without getting too dressed up. This Irish Pub attracts all kinds of awesome people, all looking to have a great night in one of WeHo's coolest retro chic bars. Grab yourself a whiskey and settle in to watch the game, or just the crowd that shows up.
With an eye patch wearing Irish rapscallion of a child as its mascot, you know that Rock and Reilly's has got the right idea when it comes to what a pub atmosphere should be like. Coasters sporting the sayings of this rough and tumble kid ("Sobriety is a treatable ailment." - Reilly, age 8) make it obvious that this is a no nonsense kind of place with a wry sense of humor at its core. While they've only got a few on tap beers, what they really pride themselves on is pouring generous helpings of the hard stuff (think Jameson). An ultra cool combo of shabby forest green wallpaper, dark wood retro paneling, and drinks occasionally being served in mason jars- this spot is the perfect mix of old world Irish charm and West Hollywood design sensibility. Rock and Reilly's is two floors of pub awesomeness, with amber bulbs lighting up this dim spot with a large central bar, and clusters of group tables downstairs. Upstairs, there are cozy couches and coffee tables that create a more intimate vibe for dates or close friends. If you're looking for a place to hunker down with friends, drink endless whiskey in a delightfully rough around the edges pub, while still maintaining that slight bit of Hollywood class, then Rock and Reilly's is definitely the place to go this St. Patty's Day.