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The Parlor

1519 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles California United States

The Parlor We have over 50 LCD and Plasma TV's to give you the best view anywhere in the house. Come join us for Happy Hour Monday - Friday from 4PM-7PM for $3 Beers, $4 Well Drinks, and $5 House Wines. At our two full service sports themed restaurant, you will find 20 beers on tap and over 20 different bottled beers. We are open everyday from [more]

Gallagher’s

300 PACIFIC COAST HWY, Los Angeles California United States
(714) 536-2422

Irish bar in Huntington Beach right off of Main St. Come see a new hot band with a style like No Doubt. [more]

U & Me Pub

1390 fullerton Rd suite 104, Los Angeles California United States

weekday kareoke also live bands and weekend DJ's Open bar daily [more]

The Whale & Ale

327 West 7th Street, Los Angeles California United States
310 832 0363

Authentic oak-paneled Victorian Pub & British Restaurant on two levels with grand piano & fireplace. Live music on Friday evenings & Jazz/Blues Band every First Thursday. Enjoy tap beers from Europe & British food like Shepherd's Pie, Fish & Chips, Beef Wellington, Fresh Seafood and Shellfish. [more]

Barney’s Beanery

8447 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles California United States
323-654-2287

Barney's Beanery Holding the title as the third oldest restaurant in Los Angeles, Barney's Beanery brings over eighty years of history to the people of West Hollywood. As one of the last standing of the original roadhouses built along Route 66, Barney's truly is an American icon. We are World Famous for our Chili and Burgers and known for [more]

Golden Gopher

417 West 8th st, Los Angeles California United States
213-614-8001

Golden Gopher The Golden Gopher is as comfortable as the corner tap, a luxe hangout that provides an ample selection of top-shelf liquor "to go”, thanks to its still valid 1905 liquor license, issued when Teddy Roosevelt was Commander-in-Chief. Adjacent skyscrapers can be seen from the bar’s striking indoor/outdoor smoking [more]