Located on the increasingly exciting Sycamore Ave. in Hollywood, The Hideout is a new cocktail/wine bar and an ideal spot to meet a friend when you have no idea how long you want to hang out with them. Maybe it ends up being one quick round and a socially distant wave goodbye. Maybe you both go in on a bottle of biodynamic rosé together and swap stories all night about how your partner’s natural breathing pattern sometimes makes you want to leave them in the dark of the night. Either way, The Hideout has you covered. There’s also a tiny snack section if you get hungry, and we recommend the $24 charcuterie that comes with two different cheeses, salami, duck, pâté, and assorted pickled vegetables.
The Hideout Sycamore is permanently closed.
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