Clayton’s Public House is the new Victorian era themed gastropub from the owner-operator team of Royal Clayton’s and Bordello. Tony Gower, who owned and previously operated establishments like The Derby, Bordello, Royal Claytons, as well as venues in the UK and Spain, brings his eye for architectural detail and his vision for design to the project. Elizabeth Peterson-Gower, the CEO and founder of EPG LA, a land-use consulting firm, has a diverse background in facilitating the development of over 1600 restaurants, bars, and mixed-use buildings in urban areas in addition to owning and operating the Hollywood Athletic Club, Bordello, and Royal Clayton’s. The duo’s latest project, Clayton’s Public House, continues their tradition of building singular restaurants infused with warmth and character.
Clayton’s Public House will be offering 32 craft beers on tap, sourcing many from LA and California breweries, plus the best of international brews. The brews will be paired with a chef inspired menu that rotates seasonally, serving locally sourced, fresh cuisine and gastropub favorites. Organic, hormone and antibiotic free is a creed. In addition to craft beers, a seasonal mixology program with handcrafted cocktails using fresh ingredients, choice spirits and small batch bourbons, and a carefully chosen boutique wine list with West Coast and international varietals will be offered.
The Victorian-era themed gastropub carefully selected the Spring Arcade as its home and includes a garden patio under the Arcade’s beautiful, skylight glass ceilings. The Arcade, modeled after 19th century shopping arcades of London and Paris is the perfect home for the Public House. While paying tribute to the Victorian era across all cities and countries, Clayton’s Public House cements its home in the historic Spring Arcade and looks to the future in Los Angeles; to create a community in the everchanging center that is Downtown LA.