FOOLS & HORSES
MOBILE TRAILER BARS - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Born in 1955 at the Westerner factory somewhere near Atwater Village on Riverside Drive, our "Nancy" has been lovingly restored by our family from the ground up. We simply can't wait for you meet her.
Some of Nancy's most attractive features:
Gorgeous wood interior, white sparkling countertops, and freshly polished metal accents.
1 large display sink (bottles on ice!) and 1 smaller prep sink.
Power outlets and beautiful lighting throughout
Wrap around cabinets and ample counter space, designed with bartenders' needs in mind.
Beautifully customizable with floral arrangements, monograms or logos.
See Nancy in action:
WHO WE ARE
AS THE SAYING GOES...
"ONLY FOOLS & HORSES WORK."
As the proud descendants of long lines of hard-working American and British tradespeople, we feel entitled to throw this old phrase around, tongue-in cheek. We come from carpenters, seamstresses, undertakers, farmers and blacksmiths and we approach our work with the kind of grit and craft that we hope would make them proud. Fools & Horses is our tribute to our lineage, our way of raising glass after glass to the people who made us, the people we love. Because after all that work, hell, they deserve it.
Every part of the Fools & Horses experience is crafted with love, by us. The trailer bar "Nancy" that pulls up to your event is more than just a place to pour and vend, she's a timeless treasure designed to bring a feeling of instant nostalgia and connection to you and your guests.
We believe the time we share with the people we care about is the most important part of life, and it's in that spirit that Fools & Horses
can't wait to help make your event unforgettable.
Mary Goodchild & Robin Goodchild,
MEET THE BEVERAGE DIRECTOR
Trying one of Brynn Smith's cocktails is a lot like meeting the woman herself: there is an unmistakeable old-Hollywood elegance, a dash of mischief added, and a magnetism that turns one glass into a second with surprising ease.
At the height of the craft cocktail renaissance in 2011, Brynn turned a long-standing, voracious passion for concocting libations into a full-time career. Since then, she has consulted, curated menus, managed, and mixed at some of the most celebrated bars and restaurants in Los Angeles, collaborated with spirit lables to create specialty cocktail recipes and media, and built an impressive list of clients, students and admirers.
We think of Brynn as something of a spirits soothsayer around here: her ability to fine-tune a cocktail to the tastes of the drinker and the occasion is a wonder to behold. We recommend you get to know her talents (and her velvety voice) better by listening to her conversation with Alton Brown or on Instagram.
Brynn Smith has been featured in Forbes, Thrillist, Eater, Chilled Magazine, LA Magazine, Nylon, Bravo, Tasting Table, DuJour, and more.