We don’t really know where the beginning of 2021 went (our brains have become melted by Twitter), but we’ll tell you one thing - it has not been a f*cking party. Berkshire House changes all of that. This large sports bar secretly has one of the most bumping patios around. Located on La Brea Ave., the new, massive space has taken over its adjoining parking lot and filled it with astroturf, long picnic tables, and string lights covering the entire patio. There are also weekly specials that include 25-cent wings on Wednesdays and BOGO late night Happy Hour. Go nuts. But do it while wearing a mask!

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