Seven Grand is a local favorite Irish Whiskey Bar, set in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. It is the perfect place for some after work social interaction. The bar's familiar atmosphere is created by pool tables and dim lights. Enjoy sampling one of the many available whiskey brands while listening to live music with friends.
The L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele was originally founded in Naples back in the year 1870. This pizzeria later opened its doors in the city of Los Angeles in 2019. This cozy eatery is run by Francesco Zimone. Their menu includes authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas. In addition to pizzas, they also serve other traditional eats like kinds of pasta, salads and more. They even offer a selection of wines and beers that complement well with their dishes. The contemporary-style pizzeria features indoor as well as outdoor seating arrangements on its patio.
Factory Kitchen is an upscale Italian specialty restaurant nestled in Arts District, Downtown. This chic, urban eatery is set in a revamped industrial space. The interiors of this award-winning restaurant are adorned with a dim-lighting and cozy seating. Authentic Italian preparations such as the exquisite Mandilli di Seta (a muslin-thin handkerchief pasta with ligurian almond basil pesto) and the Agnolotti (egg pasta with veal, beef and herbs) lure scores of eager gastronomes here. A meal at the trendy Factory Kitchen, though on the steep side, is certain to be delicious, delightful and memorable.
R Bar is one of LA's favorite speakeasy-style bars, complete with password entry. If you're looking for a bit of a clandestine night out, get dressed up and head to Koreatown. The bartenders mix up delectable cocktails and pour a great selection of craft beers, so it's perfect for anyone's taste. Pick a few songs on the jukebox and settle in for a fun time.
This is one of the best places in town to unwind and enjoy some live music. Opened in 2010, The Other Door has carved a niche for themselves with their artisan cocktails, draft beer and absinthe. Tipple on beers like the Old Rasputin, Delirium Tremens, Belhaven Scottish Ale and Milk Stout. Or try their fabulous concoctions such as French 75, Moorpark Michelada, Bathtub Martini and Singapore Sling. The fourth Sunday of every month is dedicated to absinthe lovers. From tasting flights to cocktails, this is the time to try this green, distilled beverage. Sway to the tunes of live bands or DJs who rock the stage regularly. Whether you are single or with a group, you can be sure of a pleasurable time at this watering hole.
Decked up with retro tiki decor, Tiki No is a lively, vibrant tiki bar filled with a cheerful crowd. Their Coconut Mojito simply can't be missed and their happy hour prices make all the cocktails irresistible. Chat with the friendly bar staff, make new friends among the trendy crowd or sing your heart out at Karaoke nights every Sunday. Tiki No is a wonderful place if you are looking for a fun night out.
Justice Urban Tavern has an airy and swank look to it due to is high ceiling and industrial-chic decor. This gastropub is a great place to drop in for any time of the day or night. Taking pride in their inventive menu which focuses on seasonal and local farm-fresh ingredients, you can check out their dishes from the chalkboard. Enjoy their happy hours with wines and beers from Californian wineries and breweries.
The New Jalisco Bar is a cross between a dive bar and a nightclub, catering mainly to the LGBTQ community. The dim lit interiors are home to a myriad of sights and sounds, from DJ spinning great tracks to drag shows which are held certain days of the week. Sit back with a nice cold beer or a cocktail and enjoy the spectacle on offer. It is also a fantastic place to meet locals belonging to the LGBTQ community and learn about their life in the city of angels.
The Five Star Bar is a rock music lover's escape from LA's bustling core. With its dark interior that's strewn with album art and lit with neon lights, the divey rock bar cuts back on frills but creates a perfect mood for an evening of headbanging. Five Star hosts a number of punk bands thus getting fans acquainted with talented musicians while cheap beers keep flowing. When the stage is empty, pool tournaments keep the crowd at their euphoric best. Please bring cash along as credit cards are not accepted.
Black and white accents, trendy orb-shaped light fixtures and dark wood furniture lend Baldoria a sleek look. This casual diner where the emphasis is on creative shared plates and craft cocktails is a welcome addition to Little Tokyo's dining scene. Meat lovers and vegetarians alike will find their tasty bite options and pizzas very tempting. Savor their dishes like Fried Shortrib Ravioli and Smashed Fingerlings. Or dig into their delicious pizzas such as Wild Funghi Conserva and Mrs. Croque. Enjoy their happy hours over cocktails like Bay of Pigs and Nessie’s Bath Water. Their bar also stocks a curated list of fine spirits, wine, bottled beer and draft beer.
The atmosphere at Wolf & Crane is always vibrant with stylish people listening to groovy DJ music and enjoying the specialty Japanese whiskeys and bar snacks. Taking its name from a story in Aesop's Fables, the logo of this bar consists of a paper wolf and crane crafted using origami, both animals being symbolic in the mythology of Japan. The menu consists of Eagle Rock Manifesto Beer, Highball composed of soda, ginger ale and Scotch whiskey, Angel City White Nite American Stour and Craftsman American Pale Lager. Head here during the Happy Hours for the best deals on drinks.