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Bars open in Los Angeles

Bars open in Los Angeles

Bars open in Los Angeles

In the past few years, bars have stormed the Los Angeles scene. I’ve seen the city go from having just a handful of bars to having more than 500. There are bars with a huge range of musical scenes, international food tastes, live entertainment, and that have even made a mark in the fashion world. With so many bars and new businesses opening up all the time, the scene can be difficult to navigate for a first time visitor. With a little preparation, you can discover the best bars in Los Angeles. Over the last few years, bars have stormed the Los Angeles scene

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Ototo is a new Japanese restaurant/bar in Echo Park and easily the best place to drink sake in the city. It’s from the same people as Tsubaki next door, but Ototo is more laid-back, the kind of place where you can post up with friends, work your way through an encyclopedic sake menu, and order tremendous bar snacks along the way (the chicken katsu sando and fried oysters are both must-orders. Even to a trained sake drinker, Ototo’s drinks menu is a bit overwhelming, but don’t worry, the waitstaff will happily answer any and all questions you have. You’ll sip natural sake distilled in rural Japan, try skin-contact wine from the Balkans, and stare out at the Hollywood sign and all the surrounding mansions. Also,

you’ve driven down Santa Monica Blvd. in Weho lately, you’ve probably noticed a massive new restaurant surrounded by a swarm of people. That’s Conservatory, a complete mess of a place that we hope you’ll never have to eat at. That said, there’s a hidden speakeasy in the back called Society Room that’s actually great. The well-made cocktails are completely different than the terrible ones served at Conservatory, and the tiny room looks like a membership-only hotel bar from the 1940s. If you stick around long enough (but not too long because they close at midnight on weekends), one of the bartenders might even give you a tarot card reading. (Source: www.theinfatuation.com)

 

 

 

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