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The Wayfarer Downtown Los Angeles has established itself as one of the area's premier accommodations for those in search of stylish ambiance and comfort, and its basement bar Lilly Rose certainly follows suit with expert bartenders standing ready to craft cocktails to enhance your experience. In addition to libations that can only be described as artistic and delicious, an assortment of entertainment is showcased--from live music, magic shows, to even a touch of burlesque to keep you enthralled until the wee hours.
This semi-secret bar is a laid-back, nighttime hangout with spacious interiors, a few pinball and arcade games, neon lighting, and plenty of 80s kitsch. The mismatched decor gives the space a retro vibe that is both familiar and exotic, with a simple selection of highball cocktails, beer tallboys and spirits to choose from behind the bar. Free from fancy frills and grandiose notions, the Slipper Clutch is a throwback bar that couldn't possibly be more authentic.
Tucked away underground, Mrs. Fish is a sophisticated cocktail bar, offer patrons a variety of delicious mixed drinks and typical bar food. The decor is lavish with spaciously laid out tables and a huge chandelier that is home to many fishes! Upscale and trendy, this bar is much different than your regular local hangouts. The aesthetic architecture, tempting drinks, live music and prompt service seldom fail to impress you.
This is one of those places which can be easily missed if aren't looking out for it. Ham & Eggs Tavern has carved a niche of its own in downtown Los Angeles for being a hip and pocket friendly watering hole. Divided into a wine bar and performance space featuring local bands, the bar is dimly lit and has a cozy feel to it. Some of their past line ups are Teepee and Dunes, Cruel Summer and The Bam Bams, and Bayous and Ms. Shapen Figures.
Enjoy an exotic tiki experience at Clifton’s Cafeteria’s Pacific Seas. Inspired by the tropics, the spacious bar features several Polynesian details. With walls adorned with murals, photos, masks and other quirky elements, the place has bamboo furniture and a canoe shaped bar. You can enjoy classic tiki drinks like Mai Tai, Blue Hawaiian, Fog cutter, daiquiris and more at this speakeasy style establishment. The dress code is followed here strictly, so adhere to it to gain entry without any hassle. The popular place is packed on most days so be sure to make a reservation.
As soon as you'll step into The Falls cozy atmosphere and laid back charm of the place will make you feel right at home. The lovely wooden log covered walls and the unique chandelier hanging over the bar adds to the appeal of this watering hole. Order from the delicious list of cocktails, The Modesto or The Hunter maybe, to help you relax and enjoy the peppy music brought to you by the talented DJs or the lively bands and karaoke on Sundays. The bar is spacious enough to host private parties of 15 and above; can you say Oscar viewing party?