The special magic and charm of tiki bars and the magic of Disney come together at Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar at the iconic Disneyland Hotel. This delightful themed bar near the pool area of the hotel is based on the classic Disneyland Jungle Cruise ride. From the Hawaiian shirt clad bartenders to the Disneyfied tiki decor, there is fun in every part of this bar. As soon as you order your drink, a bit of Disney magic kicks in with all the bells and whistles-literally. In addition to the surprisingly strong drinks for Disney, Trader Sam's also serves up a menu of contemporary, internationally-inspired appetizers and a few burgers and sandwiches. For adults who are looking to escape the crowds of strollers for a little while, Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar is a welcome retreat.
Located in the historic Anaheim Colony, the district includes three principal areas, the Packard Building, Farmers Park and the original Packing House. The Packard Building houses the popular Umami Burger and Anaheim Brewery while the Packing House hosts a myriad of restaurants. The food selection is mind-boggling, from Quiche Lorraine at Pandor to Banh Mi at Saw Leaf. Farmers Park is where the market opens on weekends and oftentimes, you will see live music as well. Overall, the Anaheim Packing District is one of the most entertaining spots in a town that is mostly known for Mickey Mouse.
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.
Come here to unwind! Father's Office is known around the world for its expertly assembled gourmet cheeseburgers and its impressive drought beer selection. The beers are cold and the award-winning burgers are hefty. Those craving something less substantial can opt for delicious tapas, skewers or the popular sweet potato fries. The interior is unpretentious, with hardwood floors and petite tables that are conducive to conversation. So order an award wining local craft beer and relax!
Once owned by actor Johnny Depp, this notorious ultra-hot bar is known for its cutting-edge music and celebrity-studded scene. Depp and his co-owners continue to book major music acts and intriguing unknowns to entertain the glitzy crowd. Be prepared to wait in line unless you are famous. Viper Room is one of the brightest (dark) spots in West Hollywood, and one which any self-respecting club-goer would put high on their list. Cover varies; check the calendar for occasional discount passwords.
This happy-hour and Saturday night dance club Valley stalwart combines the earthiness of a dive bar with the retro charm of a 1970s cocktail lounge. It’s all dusky lighting, plush leather, a slick stage, and a bar with the curves of a vintage Camaro. Weeknight happy hours are popular, as are weekend dance nights. On any given night, visitors might find amateur heavy metal fusion concerts, cabaret revues, DJs and fireworks, or classic rock concerts. A great option for a night out or drink with friends.
Opened in 2015, Precinct DTLA is a rock 'n' roll gay bar with an event almost every night of the week. On weekends, lots of locals as well as tourists enjoy the music, the drinks and the five-star quality cuisine under the guidance of Chef Felix Barron. It hosts exciting live music and has a range of beers and cocktails on tap, and is touted to be the most happening club in the downtown district.
King Eddy Saloon keeps it real. You won't find any fancy cocktails with exotic ingredients or a carefully curated wine list here, what you will find is an old school dive bar serving up cheap drinks in a casual, laid-back setting. Settle in with a beer, nod along to the music or play a round of darts with your buddies. The bar has a long history of staying true to its roots and has been serving Downtown LA since the prohibition era. A good place to enjoy a round of drinks and a casual night out with friends, especially if your expectations are realistically dialed back to dive bar mode. For details, visit the website.
Catch the latest shows in town at the Moroccan Lounge in the city of entertainment at Las Vegas. The lounge has various shows held by different artists from time to time. You can avail of the tickets to the shows by purchasing them online or on any other ticketing website. Drinks are available at the various bars in the lounge premises.
The Black Sheep is a modest gastropub offering diners a selection of succulent gourmet burgers, tater tots, sliders and sausages alongside a variety of craft beers on tap. With its dim lighting and minimalistic furnishings, the pub creates a relaxed and laid-back atmosphere with a distinct touch of style. The Carne Asada Tater Tots are the most popular, while the Black Sheep signature burger, with arugula, gouda cheese, bacon, caramelized onions, and garlic aioli, comes in at a close second. With a bar selection of sake, beer and wine, friendly and efficient service, delicious food and reasonable prices, Black Sheep truly has it all. The pub is quite easy to miss as the entrance is a little below street level, so keep an eye out for their chalk-board on the sidewalk.
Spring St Bar is a fun and casual place, and is a great choice for a relaxed night out with friends. The bar boasts an impressive selection of 26 local draft beers on tap, alongside a variety of delicious cocktails, spirits, wines and cold drinks. Apart from its impressive bar offerings, the bar also whips together some truly scrumptious deli-style sandwiches with all time favorites like the meatball sub, grilled cheese, cubano and PB&J made to order and served fresh. With its friendly vibe and casual setting, Spring St Bar has come to be a go-to choice for many.
Located in the basement of what was once a bank in a 1924 Beaux Arts-style building, The Reserve is a trendy and elegant nightspot. This unique nightclub has an old-world ambiance with a hint of contemporary touches. Head down a beautiful stairway, walk across a glass panel filled with golden bars, and step through a huge metal bank vault to enter this lounge and club. While you stand under a sparkling chandelier or admire the old safe deposits lining the wall, you can enjoy a handcrafted cocktail or a gourmet snack while listening to live entertainment.