Drink

wolfe and crane little tokyo

LOS ANGELES | Wolf & Crane is a bar that we first spotted in Little Tokyo while heading for Sushi at Sushi Gen just a few doors up. It’s named after the Aesop fable, Honshu Wolf and the Red-Crowned Crane, which symbolises protection and longevity in Japanese mythology. What this

mumford brewing downtown los angeles

LOS ANGELES | Mumford Brewing is a small Arts District brewery from brothers Todd and Peter Mumford that we stumbled across while visiting The Escondite, and we don’t know how we managed to not know of its existence earlier. The bright and spacious taproom offers visitors a variety of ways

the whisperer echo park

LOS ANGELES | The Whisperer is an Echo Park bar and eatery that’s one of our favourite spots in this part of town. Restaurateur Dion Antic has created a dark space with very low lighting, plush leather booths and wine and beer bottle light fixtures that suit the location to

snakepit alehouse melrose

LOS ANGELES | Snake Pit Alehouse on Melrose celebrated its 25th birthday in 2016, a great achievement for any bar in a hip city where new venues open and close all of the time. The secret to its success is a genuine neighbourhood feel, complete lack of pretension, and some

melrose umbrella company west hollywood

LOS ANGELES | Melrose Umbrella Company on Melrose Avenue is a bar/cafe that was created by owners Zachary Patterson and Austin Melrose to be a community focused place where people can hang out all day. The space dates back to 1936 and is surprisingly bright with high ceilings and Douglas

escondite downtown los angeles

LOS ANGELES | When The Escondite opened up in Downtown Los Angeles in 2012, on the border of Skid Row and Little Tokyo, it built a reputation amongst those in the know as one of the best secret bars in town for great beer, tasty burgers, and fantastic live music.

iron triangle brewing downtown los angeles

LOS ANGELES | Iron Triangle Brewing, in Los Angeles’ Arts District, is named after the three men who came together to build the LA Aqueduct, William Mulholland, Fredrick Eaton, and Joseph Lippincott. It’s housed in an a 10,000-square-foot pre-prohibition era (1904) building that was used as a stables, before being used as a

golden road brewing glendale

LOS ANGELES | Golden Road Brewing Glendale offers a simple proposition to visitors, and that’s the opportunity to drink great beers and eat top notch pub food in a vibrant, friendly space. Co-founders Tony Yanow (Mohawk Bend, Tony’s Darts Away) and Meg Gill modeled the space after the large, spacious

sunset beer company echo park

LOS ANGELES | Sunset Beer Company is an Echo Park bottle shop and bar that offers an impressive array of craft beers in bottles and cans to either enjoy in store or take home. The range features something for everyone, be it a local brew that you’ve had before or a

spring st. bar downtown los angeles

LOS ANGELES | Spring St. Bar is located in the historic part of Downtown Los Angeles and brings a New York deli vibe to the area. The place is narrow, with a long bar extending along much of the interior and a mini patio for when you want to sit