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This local bar tucked away in the Little Tokyo area is quite a happening nightspot. The amazing wall art, graffiti and the cool crowd is what attracts regulars to this watering hole. Here, you can enjoy drinks all by yourself or get along your gang of buddies to spend a fun evening. As far as drinks are concerned, you can choose from beers, wines, sake, sangrias, soju and much more. Occasionally, you can also spot its food stand that serves excellent hot dogs. Karaoke nights, stand-up comedy, live music shows are a regular feature here. Check website for more details.
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.
Unless you are on the lookout for it, you are likely to walk right by the narrow passage between two brick buildings leading to this urban gem in the heart of Little Tokyo. It is well worth a momentary claustrophobic squeeze to get to. Budding out from the area's old, trusty Chop Suey restaurant, the Far Bar is an eatery-bar-patio all unto itself. The elegant simplicity of the place, clasped between two tall brick walls stitched across with strings of lights, invites one to lounge and linger, whether over a couple of sakes or something more substantial—the menu features a great selection of reasonably priced finger food. Small jazz acts and chanteuses frequent the far corner, providing a lush musical backdrop to a lazy evening. - Kate Sobol
Indulge in some delicious seafood specialties at The Oyster Gourmet when you visit The Grand Central Market. You are in for treating your taste buds with the scrumptious oyster delicacies offered here. The Oyster Gourmet offers a menu that changes daily and uses fresh seafood and finest quality ingredients. Apart from their delicious menu, it offers an extensive wine and beer list. You can plan a party here as the venue offers catering services. The friendly staff and unique oyster-like kiosk will make you want to come back for more.
This casual yet elegant bar is all about relaxing with your drink. The background music is audible enough to be heard, but soft so as not to drown out conversations, thereby making it an ideal nightspot to hang around with friends to catch up with them. You can choose from the pre-existing list of drinks or trust the bartender to mix an exotic drink for you; if you are interested in mixology, the staff will even give you some inputs and tricks of mixing. All in all, for a hassle-free drinking experience, head to The Continental Club.
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.