HopScotch, Downtown Fullerton's New Craft Beer And Whiskey Tavern, To Open This Sunday

Back in May, we told you about HopScotch, a new craft beer and whiskey tavern that would be opening within downtown Fullerton's original Pacific Railway Station

And then we waited. And waited. And waited. 

Finally, after months of watching every detail of the space be built, from the vintage-style leather wall benches to the reclaimed oak barrel bar top, we've been given an opening date.
It's . . . this Sunday, Nov. 18. 

We have more details and images coming but guests can get ready to experience the widest assembly of specialty whiskey in OC, from single malt scotch to small-batch and single barrel bourbons. Co-owner Bryan Gonzales and his team have also put together a fantastic craft beer list, which includes limited cask-aged, smoked, fruit, bitter and seasonal varieties, along with local favorites from breweries such as Bootlegger's, The Bruery and Noble Ale Works.  

As for food, the menu will be packed with comfort dishes piled with slow-cooked, melt-in-your-mouth meats such as pulled pork and slow-roasted chicken, all served with house-made sauces. There'll be burgers, sliders and locally-sourced sausages, along with a must-order mac 'n' cheese.  

Doors open at 11 a.m. Check out HopScotch's Facebook page for more info. 

HopScotch, 136 E. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton, (714) 871-2222; www.hopscotchfullerton.com.

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The concept is a great idea; really good whiskey, bourbons, Rye's, beer, etc.  Though, the thought of mind numbing music play at levels where you can here the person in front is a deal killer.  The way i see it, its a hipster/upscale version of Slide Bar...


is that Bobby NO Soul?


Isn't this the same restaurant that hypocrite and all-around douchebag Tony Bushala tried to prevent from getting its CUP?


@Booze No, all around douchebag and Hypocrite, Tony Busala tried to stop Bootlegger's from getting its CUP when they announced plans to move closer to downtown. He also incidentally owns the building where they currently reside. Go figure. However, I'm super excited for hopscotch. I hope they have some brews from the Pacific Northwest.

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