The Edmon Los Angeles, Guide & Review
Great intimate cocktail bar. The Edmon is a great historic Hollywood spot. What makes The Edmon so unique? As you may have already noticed, The Edmon resides inside the Hollywood Historic Hotel. Built in 1927 by S. Charles Lee, the National Landmark captures the beauty of a bygone era. At the time and close proximity to The Paramount Film Studios, it was home to talented stars of Silent Films. During the 70’s, storefront renters Edmon’s unique Furniture and stone Gallery began restoring the hotel to its former glory, since Edmon Simonian was fourth generation woodworker. The Edmon is a clean and great location. They offer reimagined classic cocktails, rare and vintage spirits, and globally sourced natural wines.
The Edmon operation hours are Monday through Thursday from Saturday 5pm to close, and happy hour from 5pm to 7pm. Closed on Sunday. The Edmon bar features an extremely pleasant atmosphere, friendly staff, great delicious drinks, great old Hollywood ambiance, lovely back patio area, delicious food, friendly & helpful staff, excellent music, friendly crowd, great vibes, amazing outdoor area, great outdoor dining, and delicious cocktails. The very attractive art deco interior design makes you feel like you are in a great room. The bar is beautiful to look at and the patio is large with adjoining no hassle free parking. Overall, it’s swanky, art deco-inspired spot for contemporary cuisine & classic cocktails in pretty glasses.
Great for after work drinks, a date, girls/guys night out, and larger parties. Highly recommended place for an amazing experience in Los Angeles. If you’re in the area please check this place out. Just classic, classy place for drinks and relaxing.