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LA Barhopping l A Night Out On the Town

Los Angeles has a robust nightlife which can sometimes make it hard to decide where to go.  The options are endless, but don’t worry here are a list of our favorites to help make your night on the town decisions a little easier.

 

No Vacancy

Looking for an adult Disneyland? This bar is basically it. Upon entering No Vacancy you will be welcomed and told an enchanted tale. Once granted access you will be guided down a hidden staircase into this beautiful bar.

1727 N Hudson Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028

(323)465-1902

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Little Easy

Little Easy is an intimate Gastropub that transports visitors to New Orleans. At first glance the front bar is very quit- not what one would expect. But don’t worry a long hallway connects visitors to a lively bar in back. Both their food and cocktails are too die for!

216 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

(213)628-3113

 

Mrs.Fish

Upon entering Mrs.Fish you will be greeted by a large fish tank that spans throughout the entire venue. The bar consists of three large floors; even on the most crowded night there is still elbowroom. Live bands and deejays preform here daily adding to the cool ambiance.

448 S Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

(213) 873-4444

 

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Idle Hour

Reopened in February 2015 after 30 years of being closed this bar has taken NOHO by storm. For architect and history buffs this is definitely a place to visit as the building is shaped like a large barrel and is #977 of the “Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Monument.” After years of restoration Idle Hour is now open serving good eats and a variety of cocktails.

4824 Vineland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 91601

(818) 980-5604

 

Lock and Key

If you find yourself hankering for a unique environment and food experience check out Lock and Key. This bar can be difficult to find if you aren’t familiar with the area. It is located next to The Original Ramen Burger stand with a small key sign. If you’ve never been, the fun starts once you realize there are close to a hundred doorknobs to choose from to find the actual entrance. Feeling adventurous? Try a ramen burger (right next door) they’re served tableside.

239 S Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004

(213) 389-5625

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