Los Angeles County Bars & Pubs
The Golden Gopher is as comfortable as the corner tap, a luxe hangout that also provides an ample selection of top shelf liquor "to go" thanks to its still valid 1905 liquor license issued when Teddy Roosevelt was Commander-in-Chief. Adjacent skyscrapers can be seen from the bar's striking indoor/outdoor smoking patio.
Situated in the heart of Historic Downtown, the Golden Gopher is within walking distance of Staples Center, LA Live and the LA Convention Center, several major hotels and the Arts, Jewelry, Financial, and Fashion districts.
La Cita Bar is a hot spot for music, drinks, dancing and partying, conveniently located in the heart of downtown LA!
As long as there has been a Los Angeles rock scene, there has been the Whisky A Go-Go. An anchor on the Sunset Strip since it's opening in 1964, the Whisky A Go-Go has played host to rock 'n' roll's most important bands, from the Doors, Janis Joplin, and Led Zeppelin to today's up and coming new artists.
If the legendary explorer Americo Vespucci had opened a bar on one of his early trips to America it would be just like Redwood. Warm, intimate and inviting, the Redwood welcomes you into the galley with an "Ahoy"! Sit at one of the Captain's tables and sample culinary delights from around the world, or pull up a stool and listen to some of the finest musical acts the City of Angels has to offer. The Redwood is here for you.
Welcome to The Bar — a simple, elegant lounge attracting a crowd of fresh-faced club kids. It has a great ambience without being pretentious. Although such stars as Heath Ledger, Kirsten Dunst, Spike Jonze and Gwen Stefani have popped into the Bar, it’s more a spot for people who want to escape the celebrity glare rather than those who want to be seen on the scene.
A Swank Irish infused urban oasis, Seven Grand serves up 300+ premium whiskeys, rare ryes and small batch bourbons on a hand-carved black walnut bar under the stony gaze of freshly hunted Jackalopes.
Thanks to its bounty of 12 different glacier-cold pints, a 150 year-old pool table, exclusive dipped-in-bourbon Makers Mark cigars, Spaceland curated Indie rock and traditional Celtic drinking music, the pace of modern LA stands still.
Ho‘okipa I Ka Malihini (Welcome to our house)…
Come visit the famous Tiki-Ti (pronounced: tea-key-tea). A family-owned and operated Tropical Drink Bar located in Hollywood (Los Angeles), California. Tiki-Ti has been serving up the most unique Tiki Drinks in the country for almost 45 years.
When you step into the Tiki-Ti, (some call it the Tiki, the Ti, or sometimes the Tik) it's almost like stepping back in time. The bar is small -- only 12 stools, with a handful of tables against the walls -- but what it lacks in physical size it makes up for in menu size. There are 86 Tropical Drinks on offer, most of which simply can't be found anywhere else.
As its name implies, Suede is designed with sleek, suede finishes and a sexy red color palette. The low round tables and plush lounge seating with vibrant pillows create an ambiance of intimacy and adjoin the focal point of Suede - a stunning bar showcased in soft, red alluring lighting.
An outdoor patio provides a relaxing seating area for those who wish to indulge in a fine cigar from the Suede humidor.
Set in the bones of the last one-story building surrounded by skyscrapers in center city, Casey's Irish heart and soul beat to the pulse of New Downtown Los Angeles; right there for you to investigate. Slink underground. Belly up to the bar. Order a stiff one. Lean back and become part of a treasured downtown tradition, part of Casey's.