Royal Clayton’s Pub to reopen in downtown LA


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Royal Clayton’s, a favorite downtown watering hole that served chilled pints and traditional fish and chips, just reached a deal to reopen at the Spring Arcade Building at 6th and Spring streets.

The pub closed its doors in 2010 after being open for four years in the Arts District. The new Royal Clayton’s will be replacing an electronics store on the Spring Street side of the space. According to co-owner Tony Gower in the Los Angeles Downtown News, the company is hoping to reopen the pub by the end of the year although the official timeline is still undecided.


The owners would like the new Royal Clayton’s to be as close as possible to the original. However, if the city permits, they would like to add outdoor seating.


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Photo Credit: Beatrice de Gea/ Los Angeles Times