From the dudes behind The Roger Room and Il Covo, The Pikey's a food-leaning British gastropub where the old booze-leaning Coach & Horses used to be, w/ an English-y interior (Union Jacks, coats of arms) that incorporated a next-door dining room, a menu from a former Spotted Pig chef (cardoon & sunchoke soup w/ bone marrow, braised lamb shank & crispy pig's ear salad), and a drink list that includes the "Laddie Dill" (vodka, cucumber, dill & lime) and the "Divine Brown," which's filled with
Hugh Grant whiskey and Dr Pepper.
Formerly a dive bar on Sunset Blvd., The Pikey is a spacious old English-style tavern with dark wood-paneled walls decorated with British paraphernalia (Union Jacks, a coat of arms), red leather booths, iron chandeliers, and suspender-sporting staff. The menu offers elevated pub fare from a former chef of New York’s similarly-themed Spotted Pig, featuring authentic English dishes like Welsh Rarebit, chicken liver, and Fish & Chips. It's supported by inventive craft cocktails, and -- true to British pub form -- pints of beer.