Black Sheep Gastropub Opens in Downtown

Bah bah black sheep, have you any ale?
Bah bah black sheep, have you any ale? Photo: Smabs Sputzer/Flickr

Cole’s has a new neighbor, as The Black Sheep gastropub replaced Blu LA Cafe last week in Downtown. Coming from owners Stanley Lin and Steve Seav, the restaurant serves a short menu priced entirely below the ten-dollar bracket, with plates that include banh mi pork sliders, kalbi cheese steaks, and a sausage menu with brat, bangers, and Japanese hot dogs. The bar has twelve beers on tap and plans to begin lunch service in the weeks to come. See the full food and beer menus below. 126 E 6th St. Downtown. [Brigham Yen]

Served On Baguette With Grilled Bell Peppers And Onions.

Hot Italian 4.00
Bratwurst 4.00
English Banger 4.00
Three Pepper 5.00


The Black Sheep Burger
house blended beef patty, garlic aioli, gouda cheese, caramelized onions, arugula 7.00

The Western house blend beef patty, onion ring, chipotle ketchup, mayo, american cheese

Thai Chicken Burger battered fried chicken, sweet & spicy chili, sriracha, coconut aioli, mayo, swiss cheese

The Cheesesteak grilled short rib, korean marinade, bell peppers, onions on a baguette 7.00

Banh Mi Sliders vietnamese pork, cilantro, serrano chilis, fresh carrots, daikon 7.00

Draft Beer
Ommegang Witte
Arrogant Bastard
Big Bear Stout
Pear Cider
Stone IPA
Blonde Ale
Nut Brown

Small Bottles Beer $6
Eel River Acai
Mad River Extra Pale Ale
Great Divide Hoss
Wandering Aengus Apple
Wandering Aengus Cherry
Maui Coconut Porter
La Chouffe
Victory Golden Monkey
Oskar Blues Deviant Dales
Stone Sublimely Self Righteous

Large Bottles Beer $9
Coronado Orange
Alesmith X
Black Market Brown
Stone Smoked Porter
Stone IPA
Bear Republic
Alesmith Speedway

Black Sheep Gastropub Opens in Downtown