Los Angeles has no shortage of bars and nightlife venues. Whiskey-loving ladies can order an old fashioned at any bar, but these seven bars specialize in their dark liquor. If vodka cranberries aren’t your thing, check out these 6 awesome whiskey bars in Los Angeles.
The Blind Donkey
The Blind Donkey has locations in Pasadena and Long Beach. With a selection of whiskeys from America, Ireland, Scotland, Japan, and other areas, you’ll be taken on a tour of whiskey around the world.
Culver City’s Bigfoot West will make you feel like you just stepped into a saloon during the gold rush. Enjoy an Old Fashioned in this laid-back atmosphere and play a round of trivia or catch a performance by a live band.
Ten Pound Bar
The Ten Pound Bar in Montage hotel is Beverly Hills’ hidden gem. Specializing in The Macallan and styled by Nina Petronzino, the Ten Pound Bar is a great place for a business meeting or catching up with friends.
The Thirsty Crow
If you’re looking for a drink made with freshly squeezed juices, homemade herbs, and in-house infusions, look no further than The Thirsty Crow. Consistently ranked as one of the best whiskey bars in Los Angeles, The Thirsty Crow in Silverlake is a perfect casual lounge.
Downtown LA’s Seven Grand is home to the Whiskey Society, a membership program with tastings with distillers for those who truly care about the craft. Non-members can still enjoy the pool tables, bottles in vintage casing, and premium whiskeys.
The Whiskey Lounge
Housed inside downtown’s Miro restaurant, the speakeasy-style Whiskey Lounge can be reached by heading down the cellar stairs that seems a drastic departure from the aesthetic of the restaurant. Try a flight in this cool casual bar that truly feels like a hidden gem!
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