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Nadine's Irish Mist

Nadine's Irish Mist

The live bands and karaoke nights hosted at Nadine's usually lay waste to Sunset Beach's sleepy reputation. But it's all in good fun at this rocking Irish pub.
Schooner at Sunset

Schooner at Sunset

Don't let the nautical theme fool you, there will be no stale grog served here. Rather you can choose from a sizable offering of craft brews and signature cocktails.
Crow's Cocktail's

Crow's Cocktail's

Yes this place holds about 50, but don't worry, handsome mirrors lend this joint the illusion of size. Enjoy a full bar, brews on tap and the eloquence of dive chic.

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  • Martini Lounge

    5657 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90038
    323-467-4068

  • The Mint

    The Mint

    6010 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90035
    323-954-9400

    http://www.themintla.com In a city where history is measured in months instead of decades, the Mint is a real cultural treasure. The bar has been presenting live music ever since it opened in 1937, and Stevie Wonder, Macy Gray, Ray Charles, Zigaboo Modeliste, Leo Nocentelli, Royal Crown Revue and the Wallflowers are among the many notable musicians who've performed on its small stage. The room has a homey appeal, with kitschy artifacts like Johnny Cash paintings and glass display cases with souvenirs from such celebrities as Jackson Browne artfully blended with burnished wooden walls and cozy booths decorated with ornate lamps and plush velvet drapes. The ceiling above the bar is covered with old vinyl 45s, and the overall vibe appeals to rock & roll fanatics and hardcore roots-music aficionados. The large menu puts a fresh spin to classic American, Asian and Southwestern fare with such specialties as calamari tempura, Creole jambalaya, grilled salmon with mango chutney, "twisted" mac & cheese, and smoked Gouda and chicken quesadillas. You can sit at the bar, which has a full range of beer, wine and spirits, or at comfortable booths along the walls. Better yet, find a seat at the tables that abut the low stage for an even more intimate musical experience. Ages 21 & over. Street parking. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Molly Malone

    Molly Malone's

    575 S. Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90036
    323-935-1577

    http://www.mollymalonesla.com Run by the same family since it opened in 1969, this neighborhood Irish bar has friendly regulars, and Guinness stout and Harp lager on tap. Music ranges from traditional Irish drinking songs to original singer-songwriters and bands. Joan Osborne, Lenny Kravitz and Michelle Shocked are among the musicians who've played here. Full bar. Over 21. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Mr. T

    Mr. T's Bowl

    5261 N. Figueroa Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90042
    323-256-7561

    http://mrtsbowl.tripod.com The bowling lanes may no longer be open at Mr. T's Bowl, but the longtime bar remains one of Highland Park's main live-music nightclubs. The place is still run by the family of its namesake founder, Joe Teresa, who opened Mr. T's Bowl in 1966 and died in 2004. The venue has undergone several distinct incarnations over the decades, evolving from a blue-collar bowling alley and neighborhood bar into the art-punk hipster hangout Fuzzyland in the early 1990s, before settling into its current role as a showcase for indie-rock bands from the northeast side of Los Angeles. The decor retains much of the club's original charm, with Christmas lights twinkling over the cluttered bar and vestiges of the old bowling lanes still visible behind the stage curtain. The main music room has a low stage, scattered tables and a wide area for dancing and mingling, while the bar is situated to the side in a nook with comfortable booths. Beck, Los Abandoned, the Breeders, 8-Bit, Backbiter, Saccharine Trust, Third Grade Teacher and Go Betty Go are among the many musicians who've played there, and Mr. T's currently alternates bookings of indie, pop and garage combos with burlesque nights. The affable soundman Arlo has been such a veteran fixture in the sound booth that a local band once named themselves after him. The full bar stills draws early-evening visits from the feisty 70-something barflies who've been coming here for years, before younger scenesters fill the place later at night. Mr. T's has its own parking lot, and patrons enter through the back entrance by the lot. Ages 21 & over. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Music Arts Club of Long Beach

    3737 Atlantic Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90058
    562-426-6123

    http://primal.ipage.com/maclb/index.html

  • Palmer Room Jazz and Supper Club

    3387 Motor Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90034
    310-890-6931

  • Pete

    Pete's Cafe & Bar

    400 S. Main St. Los Angeles, CA 90013
    213-617-1000

    http://www.petescafe.com Based in an elegant ground-floor room in a vintage downtown building, Pete's has completely classic bar-cafe-grill good looks. There's also a hint of contemporary clubbiness. The food is a functional, midpriced take on New American cooking: mac and cheese, a gilded burger (fontina, tomato aioli), steaks, bread pudding, and, when available, a fresh tomato soup that seems to sing, optimistically, of summer. A house specialty, blue-cheese fries, is sinful, potatoes tossed hot with the sharp salty cheese so they're limp yet crisp and chewy: irresistible. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Sabor Lounge

    847 S. Union Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90017
    213-388-3311

    http://www.saborlounge.com

  • Silverlake Lounge

    Silverlake Lounge

    2906 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026
    323-663-9636

    http://www.thesilverlakelounge.com For many years, this longtime Silver Lake bar has presented transgender Latino shows. The cozy, narrow bar is dark, the small stage is low, and the sound system is basic, but the club's iconic neon "Salvation" sign has beckoned adventurous groups for more than a decade, including Metric, Nellie McKay, Les Baton Rouge, Wye Oak, Liz Pappademas and Mr. Gnome. Indie-rock promoters the Fold were based here for many years before giving away to other booking agents. Seating is available at the bar and on a long bench along the wall, with Chinese lanterns giving the dimly lit room a little bit of festive color. Full bar. Ages 21 & over. Parking available in a small adjoining lot and on the street. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Ultra Suede

    Ultra Suede

    661 N. Robertson Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069
    310-659-4551

    http://www.factorynightclub.com This West Hollywood gay bar features three dance floors and a consistently lively scene. Located on Robertson just off Santa Monica Boulevard, Ultra Suede draws a stylish mixed crowd eager to drink, dance and mix it up to bouncy pop tunes -- from Lady Gaga to Madonna and back to Gaga again. Make sure to check out the hotter-than-hell go-go dancers. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Vanguard

    6021 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    213-480-3232

    http://www.vanguardla.com

  • Vermont Restaurant & Bar

    Vermont Restaurant & Bar

    1714 N. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
    323-661-6163

    http://www.vermontrestaurantonline.com Anchoring the commercial corridor of Vermont Avenue north of Sunset, Vermont (always lowercase) is like a stalwart, reliable friend. The owners often wander through the dining room, with its palmettos and pillars and gentle lighting, and they always like to chat. You may not be bowled over by anything you eat, but you'll be back. Plus, the stylish bar is one of the neighborhood's few upscale spots for cocktails. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Virgil

    The Virgil

    4519 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90029
    323-660-4540

    http://www.thevirgil.com Formerly the longtime rock den the Garage and then a dance club called Little Temple, the Virgil is the latest incarnation of this Silver Lake venue, which is owned by the same folks behind Zanzibar and the old Temple Bar. Newly reinvented as a specialty craft cocktail bar, the Virgil is divided into a "stage side," with live performances and DJs spinning everything from hip-hop and reggae to soul, deep house and world music, and a smaller "B-side bar," where happy hour occurs from Monday to Saturday. Mezcal Mondays feature special mezcal cocktails. The "urban zen" decor combines Chinese lanterns and candles with a Moroccan look in the lounge. The Virgil has several rooms, with two full bars. Ages 21 & over. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Whisky A Go-Go

    Whisky A Go-Go

    8901 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069
    310-652-4202

    http://www.whiskyagogo.com Of all the clubs on the Sunset Strip, the Whisky a Go-Go has the longest history and the most impressive roster of legendary musicians who've played there. Johnny Rivers christened the room with its first live performance in 1964, and the two-level club was soon the main hangout for such influential local bands as the Byrds, Love, the Doors, Buffalo Springfield and a young Alice Cooper, as well as up-and-coming out-of-town acts like Led Zeppelin, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, the Velvet Underground, Cream and the late Otis Redding, who recorded a classic live album there. In the late 1970s, the club expanded its booking policy to encompass punk, new wave, power pop and heavy metal groups, including the Ramones, X, the Germs, the Alley Cats, Blondie, the Last, XTC, Dead Kennedys, the Quick, Van Halen, the Plimsouls and Quiet Riot. The Whisky was shuttered for several years in the early 1980s before reinventing itself once again, this time as a hot spot for the growing hair-metal scene, with bands like Guns N' Roses and Motley Crue and, later on, such grunge outfits as Mudhoney and Nirvana and punk veterans like Vice Squad. These days, various promoters use the site to book mostly new and unknown performers, with occasional visitations from bigger-name artists. While the cages that used to enclose its namesake go-go dancers above the stage are long gone, the Whisky a Go-Go still has much of the same layout as it did in the 1960s, with standing room on the dance floor and small tables in the upstairs balcony. Unlike so many local music venues, the nightclub has always had a powerful PA, making it one of the best places to hear live music in the city. There are two full bars, and most nights admission is available to people of all ages. Paid parking is available in the lot behind the club. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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