Drinkin me some good times!. Where to start....The decor hands down the most inventive I've seen since New Orleans, the drinks are just as creative and the bands are straight outta my hometown Louisville, love, love, love this place:)
Citysearch Editorial Review. Don't be fooled by the swanky vintage look of this saloon-like hideaway tucked away in an alley on the edges of Downtown LA. Amidst the restored late 1800s bar, the hedonistic, modern mixes tell a different tale. Witty drinks like the Fatal Hour and Bluebeard(Jameson sour, egg whites, muddled blueberries and bitters) are the name of the game here, but those who want to put a little edge on the night slosh together one of 20 shots and 20 beers for $8 a pair. Accompanied by glasses of Tijuana Tricks, revelers can hang at the crammed vintage bar, the crimson-colored upstairs lounge dotted with intimate tables (the better to see the vaulted glass wall lined with hundreds of colored apothecary bottles), or the church-pew lined outdoor patio for a lineup of live entertainment that ranges from barbershop quartets to vaudevillian folk groups. As for the non-liquid menu, there's everything from popular Demon Burgers slathered with a bacon cherry marmalade, to bourbon-infused bacon-caramel corn and Wicked Fries dusted with parmesan and parsley.
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