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For ones, the Sin City, for others City of Angels! In a city as huge and varied as Los Angeles, there are every kind of lounge, club, bar and nightspot for a party. Take a look to this 5 hottest Los Angeles lounges to have a cocktail today while you are seated in the coolest modern bar stools.
*The San Fernando
Glendale’s got its groove back, with a new mellow bar perched right along its western edge that’s ideal for a casual evening out. Together they’ve created an inviting new place for cocktails and bar food including burgers and sandwiches, with bartender Bryan Byrnes running the show. The overall bar decoration was well designed where the leather bar stools are a must-piece.
*Lounge Ever Bar Los Angeles
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants continues its bullish expansion throughout southern California with its third opening, this time located on the cusp of the Hollywood Hills. Ever Bar has an eclectic collection of mid-century modern furniture barstools along with zinc counter and a communal white Carrera marble bar.
Checker Hall is overseen by chef Hovig Agop, a longtime nightlife vet who hails from places like Las Perlas, and owned and operated by the same independent hospitality team that runs the adjacent Lodge Room. Whereas the Lodge Room music side is a big, open wood-floored venue, Checker Hall is a more intimate and enclosed kind of dining experience. The place is pushed up on the second floor overlooking Figueroa, and offers a balcony for checking out the street crowd below. Inside, an angular bar anchors the room while booths and long banquette seating ring the edges.
Dustin Lancaster, who’s done stylish places like Bar Covell and Augustine to more laid back Eastside hangouts Crawford’s, Hi-Hat, and Hermosillo, has opened a cool new wine bar in Chinatown called Oriel. Oriel’s smooth wine bar vibes is very well mixed with Chinatown culture, and the contemporary bar stools are a most for this marble balcony type!
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The man behind the Prank project is none other than Dave Whitton, an LA favorite from Villain’s Tavern who spent time in San Diego opening bars with Aiden Demarest. The cozy bar seating situation surrounded by lots of glass, still be a great way to enjoy the outdoors environment.