This mellow wine and bar in Echo Park has a large, couch-filled space that feels more like co-op community room than an actual bar, but don’t get us wrong - this place is fun. The beer and wine lists are both great, the bartenders couldn’t be any nicer, and it’s just nice to know your spiraling friends don’t even have the option of ordering Fireball shots.
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