This cozy Irish pub is a local favorite and is among the best places in town to unwind over a few pints. The Snug will warm you with its friendly service and cheap beer. Offering a vast range of craft beers on tap, tipple on your choice brand during happy hours or enjoy their drink specials. Those who love whiskey, their impressive selection will make you proud. Play a board game or a pinball, or watch your team in action on their television screens.
Located in the Historic Core district in downtown Los Angeles, Rhythm Room L.A. is a cozy lounge bar. They often host live jazz sessions that are put together by talent music bands. The bar’s menu includes pub grubs like burgers, pastas, fries and a lot more. They also serve a selection of cocktails, beers and wines. Several games like pool, darts, ping pong, chess and foosball are available here. Some games like pool needs prior reservation. This sophisticated venue also offers space to host events like parties, celebrations and gatherings.
On what is known as the San Fernando Road Craft Beer Corridor, the Brewyard Beer Company is an amazing craft brewery in Glendale. Located in an industrial park under the bridge, at first this spot may not seem like much but once you step inside to the industrial chic taproom you'll feel the trendy yet laid back atmosphere. You can even enjoy your beer while playing darts or one of their board games.
Themed nights and strong cocktails make this entertainment venue and nightclub a favorite for Los Angeles revelers. Fubar is an LGBT establishment in the West Hollywood neighborhood. Touted as, "not your fathers gay bar", Fubar as lively as they come. Gorgeous bartenders mix up the perfect drinks, while resident DJ's get the tunes spinning and the people out on the dance floor.
Rusty's Rhythm Club offers weekly swing dances weekly at the Elk's Lodge in the Playa Del Rey suburb of Los Angeles. All ages welcome and a full bar, Rusty's dances take place each Wednesday and the first Friday of the month. Beginners can partake in a quick 30 minute dance lesson at the beginning of the session, while seasoned dancers can brush up on their skills. All dances feature live music by local swing bands.
Blind Barber is the venture of Adam Kirsch, Jeff Laub and Joshua Boyd. This barbershop plus bar has garnered a fan following that is just increasing with each passing day. While you can go for a trim, shave or a cut in the front room, it is the back room where all the action lies. This 1920s speakeasy inspired space complete with its dim lights and leather booths is where you can enjoy happy hours and listen to cool music.
A favorite among locals, Blue room is crowded on most of the nights. The interiors remind you of a 50s bar with spacious and comfortable booths and an outdoor seating arrangement. There is a jute box which plays your favorite music, be it rock, pop, funk or jazz. Located in San Fernando Valley, this is one of the best places to enjoy some great drinks without worrying much about expenses.
Dark setting with candle-lit starry night. No its not another romantic fine-dining restaurant. But its North Hollywood's very own Good Nite Bar. Enter this place to watch the hip crowd trying their pole dancing skills. Their energy and spunk surely makes you loosen yourself to dance away to the eclectic mix of music. The Karaoke session gets the night started while the less adventurous ones prefer to sink into comfortable couches and get a high on the premium selection of spirits available. All this surely keeps the party awake till dawn and people hardly think about a 'goodnight' wish!
From the suggestive name to the grungy décor, Big Wangs sports a signature vibe all its own. If its spacious, rugged interior, equipped with pool tables and dartboards, does not win you over, the cheap drinks just might. There are plenty of brews on tap to choose from. Complete with a few TV screens, Big Wangs is frequented by sports lovers and beer enthusiasts alike. The food here consists of simple bar snacks, with big juicy burgers, spicy chicken wings, pizza, sandwiches, and fries with nine different options. However, the signature wings are what really top the charts. At a radically low per-wing price, these crispy morsels have garnered their own fan base over the years. Beware: the place gets packed on some nights. Parking in the area is scarce and the lot is generally valet only.
California Institute of Abnormalarts, or CIA as it is more informally known, is the place to be if you like bizarre, weird or even outlandish. Everything that is offbeat and peculiar is held here. Right from freak shows to magic shows, burlesque to musical acts, puppetry and movie screenings. Decked up with creepy elements that might make any horror or sci-fi fan proud, this is one place that lives up to its title. Some of the artists who have performed here are ComputeHer, Art of Bleeding, Haunted Garage, Trash80, Count Smokula and 8 Bit Weapon.