47 "Happy Hour" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Tilda is a wine bar in Echo Park that has everything - bottles of natural wines, French-ish snacks, and a room full of people way cooler than you.
Malibu’s Broad Street Oyster Company is the grown-up version of a pop-up, and the ultimate LA seafood destination.
Lanea in Santa Monica is an OK cocktail bar, but what you’re here for are the Barba Kush tacos.
The Greyhound in Glendale is a solid new sports bar from the people behind the original Highland Park location.
Broxton Brew in Westwood Village is a solid bar and restaurant in a striking space.
The Wellesbourne is a posh British bar on Pico that’s perfect for grabbing a drink in between episodes of “The Crown.”
San Francisco Saloon in West LA is the bar to be at if you love everything beer, football, and Joe Montana.
The Stalking Horse is a very fun, very English brewpub in Cheviot Hills.
The West End might not look like much from the outside, but it remains one of our go-to cocktail bars in Westwood.
Rasselbock is a Long Beach biergarten that’s also one of the city’s best places to watch a game.
Elinor is part art gallery, part Long Beach bar, part game room, and 100% good times.
Portuguese Bend Distillery in Long Beach has a lot going for it, but you’re here for the amazing cocktails.
Beachwood Blendery is a bar in Long Beach serving all sours, all the time.
The Blind Donkey is what you get cross a college bar and Long Beach with people old enough to remember Y2K. It’s awesome.