LAReview

Clayton’s is a Victorian-themed bar located in the heavily-trafficked Spring Arcade downtown. This place really misses the mark. The cocktails are poorly made, the food is boring, and the cheesy 19th-century parlor aesthetic is reminiscent of the Mall of America's ground floor. If you’re roaming around downtown and want to stop in for a quick beer before heading to your next spot, Clayton’s is fine. Otherwise, you don’t need to come here.

Suggested Reading

.
Everson Royce Bar review image
8.9
Review
Everson Royce Bar

E.R.B. is sort of a restaurant and sort of a bar - and all things wonderful.

Bernadette’s review image
Review
Bernadette’s

Bernadette’s is a cool, casual, 1970′s-themed bar in downtown without any of the shtick you’re probably picturing in your mind.

Precinct review image
Review
Precinct

Precinct is our favorite gay bar in DTLA.

Crawfords review image
Review
Crawfords

Crawfords is little neighborhood bar in Historic Filipinotown with a secret fried chicken sandwich that is fantastic.