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Abigaile—Where punk meets farm-to-table in Hermosa

By Denise de la Rama

What do you get when you cross a Baptist church with punk rock royalty in Hermosa Beach? Confused? So were we. But don’t fret, that confusion quickly turns into a fun architectural gastro-romp at Abigaile. Once a place of spiritual worship and a rehearsal space for Black Flag, Abigaile brings farm-to-table inspiration to the South Bay. Colorful dishes echo eclectic graffiti art covering the black walls and communal wooden tables, pews, and religious candles call on the building’s rich and somewhat conflicting history.

the crowd

This isn’t your beach bum Pier crowd; groups of young professionals and couples come out to enjoy a brew and some laughs.

... on the side

if I had my own brewery
Abigaile boasts its own in-house brewery with five distinct beers crafted on-site. With so many choices, opt for the tasting flight to sample a little of each.

Loud & buzzy.


Mon–Thu 5:30 PM–10 PM; Fri–Sat 5:30 PM–10:30 PM
Closed Sunday

price range

$8 (grilled broccolini) to $29 (grilled rib eye steak)