You're not going to a western-themed gay bar to have a quiet drink with friends. Flaming Saddles doesn't disappoint with its rowdy crowd, dancing bartenders, and the very talented go-go dancers. Whether you come to dance on a Saturday night or for the only slightly less intense weekend brunch, you will see a lot of drunk people. We wouldn't have it any other way.
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Zankou certainly isn’t the best Mediterranean food in LA, but it’s still an old friend who always has your back.
Lucques is a West Hollywood industry staple, but one that ultimately feels pretty boring.
Rosaliné is a fun, convenient Peruvian spot in the heart of West Hollywood and a place you’ll find yourself at quite a bit.
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Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill
It's less about the sushi at Blue Ribbon at the Grove, and more about the fried chicken.
Hinoki & The Bird
Hinoki & the Bird is cooler than most options in Century City, and an ideal spot for your next power lunch. Even if you won’t remember the food.
With Little Prince, Main St. in Santa Monica finally has a cool, neighborhood-y spot for brunch and dinner.
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The Polo Lounge
The Polo Lounge seems like one of those classic Old Hollywood spots, but the food and the scene are awful. There are better places for star sightings.
Tramp Stamp Granny’s
Tramp Stamp Granny’s is a piano bar in Hollywood that’s one of the best new places to drink in Los Angeles.
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