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Despite its name, Cafe Nela is a bar, beer garden and nightclub which only admits people of legal drinking age. However, if you happen to be above 21 years of age and wish to soak up the Los Angeles music scene, this is definitely a place you should check out. Though mostly hosting on Jazz and Blues events, the club welcomes artists and bands of many other genres including heavy metal, ethnic music, experimental music and psychedelic. Aside from their official open hours, the place also stays open for a varying duration on Sundays according to whichever concert is being hosted.
Set in a 1930's art deco building that was also a former LGBTQ club from where the first gay rights demonstration was held, The Black Cat is filled with its history in the form of memorabilia on its walls. The gastropub is a great place to unwind over some drinks and delicious bites or dinner. Its woodsy décor gives a certain warmth that is welcoming. From gin to mezcal, Tennessee whiskey to tequila, bourbon to scotch and rye, they have something for everyone. Check out their happy hour deals, they are considered to be among the best in the neighborhood.
Located in the area known as Sunset Junction, between Silver Lake and Hollywood, 4100 Bar has become an integral part of east-sider nightlife. An apt place for the hipster, it attracts an eclectic crowd. With a red oblong bar in the middle of a spacious room and tables covered in intricate dragon patterns, the entire space adds to loquaciousness while a giant Buddha statue towers above and watches all.
A prime watering hole and social hot spot in Koreatown, Southland Beer is the ideal place for a relaxed round of drinks with your friends. Regardless if you're a lover of a good pint of beer or not, this is one of the bars you must visit, simply for its lively atmosphere and wide variety of drinks. Boasting a collection of a number of bottled brews, from a number of breweries from across the state and beyond, there's plenty to cheer about at this fine bar. Take your pick from the variety of brews available, and pair it up with a scrumptious small late serving of sausages and cheeses.
This somewhat elegant gay haunt on the corner of Sunset and Fountain Avenues is a great place for a drink any day of the week. The ambience is upbeat, with sounds from the jukebox constantly raising the energy level of the place. The crowd gets busy after 10p or during events, but plenty of seats are usually still to be had all night long. Best of all, the help remains attitude-free. Although primarily a gay bar, all are welcomed here with equal enthusiasm. Don’t forget to check out the gorgeous mirrored bar.
Funky and eclectic are the two words that come to mind when you think of Zebulon. Set in a warehouse from the 1930s, its industrial chic decor is a perfect foil for this café, bar and live music venue. It is primarily an entertainment space where offbeat is the keyword. From concerts to movie screenings and workshops, get ready to be entertained by new programs every night. Entrance to the café and the music venue is separate and you can go have some bar bites and drinks or watch a show, or simply do both!