96 "Bar Food" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
The Penmar in Venice is a great place to eat, drink, and relax on a golf course.
Glendale Tap is a wonderful Atwater Village bar that every other neighborhood is probably jealous of.
Duke's is a Malibu local's staple. Come sandy on Taco Tuesday, or pop by for a margarita overlooking the ocean.
All Season is a massive brewery in Mid-Wilshire - and a fantastic place to day drink.
Spire 73 is the tallest open air bar in the Western Hemisphere and great place to take out-of-towners.
Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co. is serving blistered, perfectly-chewy Neapolitan pizza in Boyle Heights.
Hermanito is a casual Mexican cantina on Sawtelle and a great place to post up after work while traffic dies down.
The Fifth is a rooftop bar/restaurant in Anaheim with great views of Disneyland and a touristy crowd that’s ready to get rowdy.
Anaheim Packing House is a massive food and beverage hall in downtown Anaheim and a great night out for all ages.
V DTLA is a massive, garish, disaster of a bar and restaurant in Downtown LA.
Hachi is an all-purpose party izakaya in Torrance where you and your friends can drink rare sakes and eat one of the best $40 omakases around.
Thunderbolt in Echo Park is a fairly new bar, but it already feels like a neighborhood institution.
The former Lowell Cafe - now the Original Cannabis Cafe - is the first cannabis restaurant in America. It’s basically a dispensary with food.