Top 10 Best Bars in Los Angeles
Los Angeles is well known for its party scene, with bars, clubs, and parties all over town. However, LA bars offer much more to locals and visitors than just partying. Many of LA’s bars offer delicious food, hand crafted drinks, and a place to lounge. Here are the top 10 best bars in Los Angeles to check out.
10. Rocco’s Tavern
1000 Gayley Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Rocco’s Tavern is a place designed for a great time. With drink specials and TVs playing your favorite sports games, it’s a popular location for locals, business travelers, and students. Expect to hear music in a laid back atmosphere.
707 S Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Located in downtown Los Angeles, TOMGEORGE is a bar known for its delicious food. It’s become extremely popular for its brunch offerings, including a quiche with kale, onions, and gruyere. Order it with a Moscow Mule or a Bramble.
510 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Try some delicious tacos with your favorite drink at Mexcalero. It’s a Mexican bar that serves up both authentic Mexican food and American cocktails. Save room for dessert and try the churro balls.
7. Bank of Venice
80 Windward Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90291
Located in a beautiful and historic building from 1905, the Bank of Venice is an American gastropub fully stocked with local brews and a full bar. The menu is inventive and delicious. Try the Pacific Ahi Tuna Sandwich or go early for the weekend brunch.
6. Blue Palms Brewhouse
6124 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Blue Palms Brewhouse is an extremely popular bar on Hollywood Boulevard, near the Walk of Fame. The bar offers an extensive beer list, so you’re sure to find one you want to try. They are also known for their oversized desserts, such as an ice cream sundae.
5. Blue Dog Beer Tavern
4524 Saugus Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 91403
The Blue Dog Beer Tavern is for dog and beer lovers everywhere. The bar is low key and decorated with dog pictures. There’s an excellent all-American menu and plenty of TVs to watch your favorite sports teams play.
4. Accomplice Bar
3811 Grand View Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90066
The Accomplice Bar serves up handcrafted cocktails in a neighborhood spot. While the bar offers plenty of drinks, you can order some Taiwanese soul food from the connected restaurant, Little Fatty, next door. If you go during happy hour, you can enjoy a variety of drink specials.
3. Little Sister
523 W 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Located in Downtown Los Angeles, Little Sister serves both your favorite Vietnamese cuisine and tasty drinks. Although it looks like a traditional American bar, you’ll find many Pan Asian dishes. Try the grilled baby octopus or the spicy ga xao xa ot.
2. Founders Ale House
8771 W Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90035
If you like traditional bar food with an upscale twist, try Founders Ale House. Here you’ll be able to order black garlic wings and firehouse chicken sandwiches. Plus, there’s an expansive beer menu.
1. The District Restaurant
711 S Hope Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017
The District Restaurant is located in the Sheraton Grand. Even if you’re not staying at the hotel, it’s a bar worth visiting. Between the vast selection of bourbons and its full menu, it’s a great bar to spend a few hours in.
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