Located in between Little Tokyo and the Arts District, High Tide is where you’ll find us drinking every day this summer. The indoor/outdoor space has a full restaurant component with a solid brunch menu (get the lobster mac and cheese), but everyone is really here to sit on the large patio and drink frosé all afternoon. The all-pink/flamingo aesthetic is definitely a bit much, but the crowd is cool and low-key (for now), so you don’t care. Also, there’s a guy in the corner doing live glass blowing.
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