No way around it - Rush Street is a complete bro bar. But sometimes, that's just how your night turns out. The good news is Rush Street is large enough that no matter how many guys are packed in there to watch the Lakers lose, you’ll always have room to spread out. Also, they do a bottomless brunch on Sundays.
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25 bars and restaurants where you can sit outside and watch a game (or just continue celebrating the Lakers and Dodgers’ championships).
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For all your pho needs in Palms, there's Phorage. They have some of the best Vietnamese food in town.
Stanley’s Wet Goods
Stanley’s Wet Goods is a Venice wine shop with a tiny bar for you to post up with a glass of wine and your thoughts.
Falafel Chee is a tiny Iraqi-style falafel stand that operates out of West LA International Market in Culver City.
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Jay’s Bar in Silver Lake is the kind of dark, divey bar that’s a great place to start or end your night.
The Saloon has everything you need for a night out in Laguna Beach - sports on TV, plenty of drink options, and a lively crowd.
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Destroyer, a futuristic daytime spot in Culver City, has some of the most interesting food coming out of LA right now.
The Doughroom is a solid restaurant in Palms, an area of town without many solid restaurants.
Public School 310
Located on the main drag in downtown Culver, Public School 310 is a pretty corporate bar that does a good Happy Hour.
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