The Best Dive Bars In Los Angeles

Are you looking to discover the best bars in Los Angeles?

Then we have you covered!

On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist of all the bars in Los Angeles. (More in-depth further below). And, each with why it’s best to go.

Feel free to check out each bar’s official profile to find out more and to find out which is best for you.

We’ve also created separate shortlists for each genre you might like to visit on your time out.

Furthermore, you can get on the guest list or book a table with bottle service on some of the more exclusive bars. We are happy to help you out with either.

1. Morrison Atwater Village Los Angeles

Scottish pub serving upscale burgers and pub eats in addition to a huge selection of beer and whiskey. Morrison Atwater Village specializes in signature crafted burgers, sides, drinks, & desserts, always offering tons of specials like their daily lunch specials and themed menus for big holidays. Morrison Atwater Village broadcast all sporting events live at The Morrison: NBA, NFL, College football, hockey, and baseball making the restaurant the place to watch your favorite sports.

2. Biergarten Bar Los Angeles

If you’re looking for a chill sports bar in Los Angeles with good drinks and good vibes, check Biergarten out. Gastro pub & lounge serving the residents of DTLA since 2015. It’s a spacious gastropub offering bar bites & a large beer selection, plus several TVs to watch sports. They’re a neighborhood spot where anyone who loves good food and great beers can get a taste of Korean-infused flavors and be part of the community in Koreatown. Head there and feel the warmth, friendliness, and good cheer. Kick back, have fun, and join in and be part of the community.

3. Founders Ale House Los Angeles

Nice place, cool setup and layout with two floors. Happening and laid-back sports bar in Los Angeles! It’s a great place to grab a drink with friends or have a casual dinner. Founders Ale House is a great place to go with a group of friends and watch games, play games (board games available free of charge), eat great food, and be merry. Founders Ale House is in a great location. Good neighborhood sports bar that hosts trivia on Tuesday nights. Best sports bar in the neighborhood, hands down!

4. 3rd Base Los Angeles

Are you looking for a great spot in Los Angeles to watch your favorite sport or just hang out? Look no further than 3rd Base LA. 3rd Base LA is a generic sports bar in Los Angeles. Featuring upscale and thoughtful design. Find refined versions of your favorite dishes and bar snacks, featuring hand-crafted cocktails and dishes created with freshly – sourced ingredients. It’s conveniently located 5 minutes down the street from Hollywood Blvd. 3rd Base LA is open Monday 12pm to 1am, Tuesday through Thursday from 12pm to 10om, Friday from 12pm to 2am, and Sunday from 11am to 9pm.

5. Revolver Video Bar Los Angeles

Revolver Video Bar is a nice, cozy and interesting gay bar. Proudly gay bar owned and operated, Revolver Video Bar has a staple in West Hollywood Boys Town for over 30 years. Revolver Video Bar is renowned for having the ‘friendliest staff on the Boulevard’ , open 5 days a week. It’s a famous gay video bar in the 1980s and 90s, Revolver has sexy go-go boys, celebrity DJs, hot bartenders, and themed nights including “Flashback Saturdays” with original Revolver Video Video Mashups 80’s and 90’s music and punk shot boys. Sunday is a double feature with a beer blast and go-go in the afternoon and dirty dancing at night. Revolver by the way, had a revolving door at the entrance.

6. Beaches Weho Los Angeles

The Beaches brand was born out of the locational real estate expertise of Matt Flinn, the creativity and ingenuity of Rene Aleksander Carta and management and staffing stylings of Logan Micheal Carta and Jacob Shaw. Beaches Weho is located in the heart of West Hollywood Beaches is a strong conceptually driven and fashionable LGBTQ + focused hybrid restaurant and lounge. Thoughtfully designed and curated, the location and design pays homage to the nostalgia of 80’s Miami disco culture while it’s food and drink to authentic family recipes from the Cuban Carta Family vault.

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