The Escondite in Downtown Los Angeles is most popular for its burgers and its generous Happy Hour offerings. Cocktails, wines, and beers, as well as, appetizers are available at an average of USD4 on weekdays from 5p to 8p. Among their cheeseburgers, the Boss Hog and Slim Pickens are crowd pleasers, while the Escondite Beef Sandwich and fries are also delicious. An added feature of this bar is its showcase of local musical talent through concerts that start every night at 10p. Offering pretty views of the city, Escondite is here to stay.
Brennan's Pub is a great place for several reasons: the bartenders are friendly and will change the channel on an overhead TV, so you can find your favorite team; the drinks are inexpensive and the crowd couldn't be friendlier. Best of all, on Thursday nights speedy turtles drag tail around a makeshift track. There are also several pool tables and dart boards.
Ring in the weekend at Rock & Reilly's Irish Pub with your favorite people and great drinks. This chic pub is known for offering a variety of beverages in a speakeasy ambiance. You can choose from the various beer brands or opt for cocktails or other spirits of your choice, you are in for a fun evening. In case you feel hungry, Rock & Reilly's Irish Pub pampers your palate with an enticing menu. Devour the various wraps, burgers, sandwiches, tacos or other delicacies offered on their menu that have been loved by their regulars. The flat-screen television sets usually air the live games and make this place one of the favorite hangout spots for the sport enthusiasts. Besides, Rock & Reilly's Irish Pub is an ideal venue for a stag or a hen party and offers rental services for private events.
Housed inside a beautiful cottage on Main Street in the heart of Venice is Barrique, a popular Italian culinary destination serving exquisite wines and homemade pasta. The cottage being painted entirely in bright yellow, this restaurant is also known as "The Little Yellow House". The kitchen activities are supervised by Chef Antonio Murè, who is a recipient of the prestigious Michelin Star. Right from the welcoming atmosphere and the beautiful decor to delicious food and prompt service, everything about Barrique has a charm to it making your visit to this restaurant memorable.
The establishment's name conveys everything necessary about itself. This is one of Hawthorne's most highly-rated breweries and sits within a 2,100 square-foot (195.09 square meters) that houses a wonderful taproom, a friendly beer garden, a contemporary warehouse, a foundry, and a gallery. Their tasting sessions are one of the most comprehensive experiences in the region. Sample their West Coast IPA, Yeasayer IPA, Winter Lager, and Random & Dangerous while you're here.
Tucked away in Highland Park, Good Housekeeping HLP is a quirky bar. This Los Angeles cafe is popular for casual drinking. With warm colors setting the tone of the joint, the interiors sport a rugged red brick-wall look. This place is known for serving a variety of classic & craft cocktails. After a long day at work, this candlelight room is the perfect place to drink and rejuvenate yourself. This intimate drinking facility is the perfect place to spend an enjoyable evening!
Justice Urban Tavern has an airy and swank look to it due to is high ceiling and industrial-chic decor. This gastropub is a great place to drop in for any time of the day or night. Taking pride in their inventive menu which focuses on seasonal and local farm-fresh ingredients, you can check out their dishes from the chalkboard. Enjoy their happy hours with wines and beers from Californian wineries and breweries.
Beelman's on Spring Street offers an excellent combination of delicious chow, refreshing drinks and a nice, friendly atmosphere. With exposed-brick walls, dim lighting, dark wood furniture, retro-style leather booths and an all 'round fun vibe at Beelman's invites many regular patrons from a wide demographic at Beelman's Pub. The menu here promises sensational cocktails and amazing brews along with popular pub grub that includes burgers, wings, fish 'n' chips, sandwiches and lots more. The prices are just right, the happy hours are extended and the overall experience makes Beelman's Pub totally worth a visit.
Industrial chic with a greenhouse vibe makes Manuela an oasis in the heart of the city. Set in the courtyard of Hauser & Wirth, the brass elements, exposed bricks and rustic embellishments are an ode to its history. Hanging potted plants, an herb garden and artworks by artists like Paul McCarthy, give an alluring charm to this massive place. Celebrating the produce of Southern California, Manuela is proud to bring the seasonal flavors with the help of local and regional producers who are known for their sustainable practices. The menu changes daily but features game, vegetables and fish. The bar with its array of cocktails, curated wines and tap beers is a great place to unwind.
Looking for that distinct hoppy taste in your beer? Make Highland Park Brewery your regular watering hole; their High Hopps won't disappoint. With ample seating both inside and out, it is a good option for enjoying a beer on a sunny day. You can choose from American Lagers, Unfiltered Pilsners, Dry Hopped Saisons, West Coast IPAs and Porters. So if you're in LA state Historic Park, walking your dog, jog across the street, get your pooch to the patio and go in and enjoy a crisp, cold one. They also allow kids into their tasting room, so if you're out on a family picnic, there's no reason you can't enjoy a little beer on your day out.
Set in the heart of Koreatown in the Chapman Plaza, Toe Bang with its hipster ambiance is a popular haunt for the hip and trendy youngsters. Dimly lit, its walls are decked with Korean calligraphy, while the bamboo shades add to the character of this place. Peppy American and Korean tunes play in the background and set the ambiance. Savor their grilled meats, stews and barbecue dishes along with a choice drink. You can also dine alfresco in their patio and enjoy people watching.