1071 Glendon Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002434.061214 -118.444486
Neighborhoods: Westwood, West LA
Best Happy Hour in Westwood – Close to Campus, good cheap food, great atmosphere, strong cheap drinks. Cool Jazz band on Saturdays right after Hoppy Hour...that's right, Happy hour on Saturday! Can't wait for tomorrow.
Best Happy Hour in Westwood Village – Such a refreshing change from some of the (few) other bar options in Westwood especially considering it's proximity to Brew Co. which almost always reeks of piss and puke. The Glendon is so much more classy and has a fantastic happy hour to boot.
If you go for happy hour (weekdays 4pm - 7pm and EVERY DAY 10pm - 12am) and there are seats available sit at the bar! There are 2 flat screens up there + purse hooks under the bar as well as some awesomely friendly bartenders. During happy hour all the food on the "bar menu" is half price! I like that it's still a little bit on the unknown side because I can still always find a seat and regardless of whether I sit at the bar or at one of the tables I am always waited on by someone super hot male or female!
My go-to items to order during happy hour:
Baked mac and cheese (I like it best with crab added for $4 extra) - $4
Tijuana grilled corn on the cob - $3
Glendon pizza - $6
South pizza - $7 - this thing is GIANT and looks like a crazy salad/taco combo
Black bean hummus - $4
The only thing I didn't really like was the cajun calamari. I thought the batter was really bland but the dipping sauce was at least tasty.
Even if you miss happy hour it's nice to know that the kitchen will still serve you food until closing time at 2am.
Citysearch Editorial Review – Westwood's nighttime bar scene gets a boost in the form of this swanky, dual-level restaurant and lounge. UCLA students and locals head here after work to socialize and indulge on California-style grub and $5 lemon drop martinis. High-back brown leather booths allow for cozy snacking on small plates of Cajun calamari, proscuitto asparagus and Belgian garlic fries. Main courses include filet mignon and Westwood bistro salads mixed with Granny Smith apples and pecans. If there's room for dessert, apple currant cobbler and cherry bourbon bread pudding wrap up meals, along with Fist Pumper cocktails and Dirty G martinis.
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