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Best Themed Bars in Los Angeles

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Owned and run by the celebrated Ray Buhen, popularly known among the masses as the bartender to the stars, Tiki-Ti is a historic and eccentric bar. The moment one steps in, patrons are greeted with a mélange of bright and vibrant artifacts. The ambiance sets the mood for the gala time that is assured here. The Hawaiian getaway is popular for the assortment of cocktails served here. In addition to the heady tropical drinks, patrons can also savor the scrumptious Philly Rolls, which have many locals returning time and again.

The Varnish is a hidden gem located in downtown Los Angeles. Tucked away behind an unmarked door inside the historic Cole's bar, The Varnish is a speakeasy-style bar that exudes charm and sophistication. It is renowned for its expertly crafted cocktails and intimate ambiance. The bar specializes in classic and vintage-inspired drinks, prepared with precision and care by their talented mixologists. The dimly lit space and vintage decor create a cozy and nostalgic atmosphere, transporting you back in time. The tempting menu at Varnish combines timeless favorites and unique creations, using high-quality spirits and fresh ingredients that will surely bring a smile to your face.

Gaming arcades were a fad from the 1960s through the 1990s and are now considered to be more like vintage collectibles. Now, two downtown residents in LA have thrown open the doors of a bar and a gaming arcade for adults to relive their childhood memories. The Eighty Two bar in Los Angeles has an array of classic arcade games like Pac-Man, Centipede, Pinball and other such classics. You can enjoy your games with the drinks they serve. Their bar features craft cocktails and draft beers. This place has an airy arcade area and a large outdoor seating area. The atmosphere gets lighter in the evenings with DJs that play a groovy mix of songs. Although technology has advanced, there's nothing like old school arcade machines with coin slots. So come in and get gaming!

With innovative offerings like crispy tamarind glazed pork belly and chicken tikka poutine, this downtown gastropub will change the way you look at Indian food. Soaring ceilings and a wall covered in colorful horizontal stripes greets patrons in the dining room. Contemporary light fixtures punctuate the entire space. Kitschy Bollywood posters adorning the walls complete the decor; a refreshing change from the done-to-death exotic themes prevalent in most Indian restaurants. The menu offers a mix of traditional and quirky creations. Street food favorites like papri chaat and samosas start off the proceedings. Traditional favorites include the butter chicken, smoked eggplant mash and chicken tikka masala. The spiced lamb burger has received accolades and should not me missed. The drinks list offers a choice of wines, beers as well as Indian cola imports like ThumsUp and Limca.

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 rather upscale venue, The Edison offers a trendy venue to party all night. With foot-tapping music, chilled beverages and live bands, it ensures complete entertainment. Aptly named, for it is located inside a former power plant, it sports remnants of the Industrial Gothic age in its decor, that transports one to that era. A local hangout place, tourists are also seen partying hard and enjoying the vibe. It is best reserve a table and dress as per the stated dress code.

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