35 "Bar" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
The Ordinarie is a Long Beach tavern with a creative take on traditional pub food.
The 4th Horseman is a horror-themed Long Beach bar of apocalyptic proportions - expect blood, guts, and great craft beer.
Portuguese Bend Distillery in Long Beach has a lot going for it, but you’re here for the amazing cocktails.
Rasselbock is a Long Beach biergarten that’s also one of the city’s best places to watch a game.
Elinor is part art gallery, part Long Beach bar, part game room, and 100% good times.
Beachwood Blendery is a bar in Long Beach serving all sours, all the time.
The Blind Donkey is what you get cross a college bar and Long Beach with people old enough to remember Y2K. It’s awesome.
Bar Tiki Tiki in Long Beach is a bar hidden inside ANOTHER bar that actually feels like a well-kept secret.
Bar Flores is the exotic, low-key cocktail bar Echo Park deserves. It’s very fragrant inside, too.
Mixtape in Fairfax is an American-Carribean-Jewish-French restaurant that we’re not so sure adds up to much.
Lo-Fi is a tasting room in Los Alamos that specializes in excellent natural wines and vinyl collecting.
Casa Dumetz is a tasting room in Los Alamos with tremendous wine flights.
1880 Saloon is the bar in Los Alamos to head to for people-watching, whiskey shots, and cowboy standoffs.
Bodega in Los Alamos is the summer camp you wish you had - fire pits, hammocks, and an all-day beer and wine garden on the weekend.