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Not up for braving the elements at Perch's outdoor bar? Head a floor down in the Pershing Square Building to Bar Thirteen (same owners) where you can get the same stunning views, including the oc... read more
This Prohibition-style theatre brought to you by sbe is stocked with all the seductive, naughty decadence of the era itself. Velvet curtains, burlesque performers in lacey garters, jalapeno maragar... read more
Offshoot of SBE's upscale lounge is only open during games and special events, which is enough to ensure a well-dressed and well-heeled crowd ready to have a good time, win or lose. Expect celebs, ... read more
Brought to you from your favorite burger guys at The Counter, this neighborhood bar serves up a strangely appealing mix of handcrafted cocktails and plates of Belgian waffles. Part gastropub, par... read more
This exclusive, invite-only music lounge bills itself as a place for underground -- and unannounced -- shows by some of the world's best DJs. Upon entry, a darkened staircase leads to a sexy, red... read more
They may remain stuck in time for a certain segment of drinkers, but for the rest of us, Irish bars have changed with the times. Rock & Reilly's certainly represents the evolution of the Irishe... read more
Plush couches, intimate seating areas, chandeliers dripping with crystal adornments and the usual velvet rope outside, all bear the signs of another ultra-luxurious LA nightclub. Dishes like shor... read more
Ask the staff at The Standard about "Smoke & Mirrors," and there's a good chance they'll look at you with blank stares and sheer denial of its existence. Why? You only know of this place if you... read more
This once defunct gay bar is making a big comeback. Twenty TV screens circulate flashing music videos and the landmark revolving door keep patrons coming and going. The inexpensive drinks and livel... read more
The latest from the guys behind Bigfoot Bar, this Culver City watering hole seeks to take you back to 1910 for a cocktail (or four). The ingredients for the historic drink menu run the gamut from... read more
This sleek and sexy nightclub is prone to hosting invite-only parties with strict dress codes and working hard to create an exclusive James Bond supperclubish feel. All the usuals come into play ot... read more
This tucked away, secret-entrance bar off a back alley behind Musso & Frank's in Hollywood attempts to recreate the writer hangouts of yesteryear. Old leather couches, dim lighting, and even ... read more
This place is all about the drinks, and owner Aidan Demarest (the Edison, the Spare Room) is making sure that the list is anything but simple. Over 200 whiskeys, an assortment of armagnacs and sp... read more
This mysteriously themed bar (in the former Bordello space) evokes a voodoo-carnival atmosphere with its dripping chandeliers, spooky statues, old arcade games, and gumball machines. There are al... read more
How this ode to Mezcal, that smoky liquor who plays a classier cousin to tequila, ended up in Koreatown is a mystery, but a pleasant one. There are more than 50 mezcals that run the gamut flavor... read more
In attempt to make the rooftop of the downtown Standard a bit more accessible, the waterbed pods and trendy cocktails have been shoved aside to make room for a grassy knoll upon which to down som... read more
If the philosophical question, "Should I buy a Jaguar or have a glass of whisky?" seems not entirely preposterous to you, then you might wish to make haste for this dashing and profiligate new spot... read more
Just in case you've had your fill of Malibu's gorgeous beaches lately, you can now change it up with a visit to this indoor-outdoor wine bar built right on the grounds of the scenic Malibu Golf C... read more
This bright, minimalist eatery on La Brea is a haven of gourmet sandwiches and craft beer. While the interior may be casual with its simple wooden tables and exposed brick walls, the menu is anyt... read more
Hoping to build on the success of Baco Mercat, chef Josef Centeno b...
Swanky London-bred Cantonese classes up the Hills of Beverly. Glamo...
We love things that are retro like Reebok Pumps and telephones, so ...
This restaurant in Beverly Hills is so casual, there's no need to p...
This trendy spot by celebrity chef Michael Cimarusti may serve the ...