Contact & Directions

MON – FRI: 11 am* – 2:00 am
SAT – SUN: 10 am* – 2:00 am

* NOTE: If we are showing an early morning European football match we open 30 mins before kickoff. Click link to see upcoming match times.

2947 Lincoln Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405, USA

Cock 'n' Bull British Pub

2947 Lincoln Blvd.

Santa Monica, CA 90405

(310) 399-9696

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The Los Angeles suburb of Santa Monica is sometimes called “Little Britain.”  That’s because of the number of British expats living here. The Cock ‘n Bull is the local hangout for the tight knit community of English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh men and women.

Santa Monica  has been a magnet for U.K. expats since the early ’60s. Back then, more than 4,000 quit rainy Britain for the sunny skies of Santa Monica.  According to a recent Census there are only about 900 British-born people now that call the city home.

The Cock ‘n Bull is close to the Venice border, located in the skateboard and surfing community of Santa Monica’s Ocean Park/Venice neighborhood referred to as Dogtown.  We serve traditional Brit comfort food and beers and show English Premier League and European football on our big screen tellys!   Come and hang out and get to know our British staff and patrons.

About Tony Moogan, the owner:

1990 – Owner Tony Moogan from Liverpool, England bought the “Two Drops of Scotch” on Lincoln Blvd. and installed a huge satellite dish on the roof – Tony just happened to have a friend in England who was feeding live English First Division games to Australia, the friend gave him the secret coordinates and Tony was able pick up the first English league game shown in the US – and made American broadcasting soccer history. Richard Branson a die hard Crystal Palace fan watched one of the earliest broadcast matches.

Did you know?
1995 – “Leaving Las Vegas” the movie. Nicholas Cage filmed some of his Oscar winning performance scenes in the bar