Hi Tops is the latest bar to open up in Weho’s Boystown that stands out from many of the forgettable new spots around here. It’s the second location of a very popular SF bar and though the high school gym locker aesthetic is a bit heavy-handed, there are plenty of different open areas for you and your friend group to awkwardly stand around and stare at the very attractive crowd. But what’s really underrated about this place is that they serve the best cocktails in the neighborhood. So instead of your usual vodka soda, go for the mezcal-heavy Magic Hour, or The Claw, which is made with gin and cardamom bitters.
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