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At White Harte Pub in Woodland Hills, the refined brick-and-beams look meshes with iron chairs and a bright red London telephone booth to create a casual British pub vibe. But come soccer season, this place is anything but relaxed. Piles of European football fans chant and cheer for their side, while the predominantly British revelers loudly request “God Save the Queen” over the speakers. The genial pub fare (burgers, fries, steaks and sandwiches) are all approachable, if unexemplary, but a full bar stocked with attractive staff and a bank of television screens make White Harte a destination for drinkers and sports fans alike.
If you weren’t at the White Harte, a British pub in Woodland Hills, for the World Cup last summer, you missed a raucous, rivalrous day at one of the most soccer-addled joints in Southern California: Italians at some tables, Germans at others, Argentines at others, Brits everywhere. For most of the year, when soccer isn’t hot, this popular, charming brick-and-beams place is a nifty, small bar meant for jawing with friends you’ve just met over a gourmet salad or remarkably... More »
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