The changes are not too glaring, with bigger booths, better booze, and plans to convert a basement speakeasy back into a bar.
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Plans are soundly dashed to bring booze into a building that shelters and treats former Skid Row residents.
The Downtown haunt won "Best American Cocktail Bar" last summer.
Josef Centeno's Tex-Mex cantina is earning credit for bringing attention to lesser-known agave-based spirits.
Elton Keung's flavors include a green tea Heineken and of course, the "Linsanitea."
Andrew Lujan's new space will only feature Mexican wines and craft beer.
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Mixologists will infuse anything these days!
Torani has a new chicken-and-waffle flavored drink base.
Eric Park now has a beer and wine license in place and has made some changes to the room to accommodate.
The restaurant's Election Night drinks make it pretty obvious who it's rooting for.
The massive "mom and pop" version of BevMo will feature a cigar humidor and tasting room.
The chain has a shiny new store it may have to abandon in the face of the city's latest decision.
Good news if you need to step out of the bar without losing your drink.
Gordon Ramsay's new gastropub at The Grove was approved for a full liquor license this week.
Drinking and dining will come to the newly reopening Sundance Cinemas, as well as Westwood's AvCo Theater and Marina del Rey's AMC Loews.
The new spirit, launched only in California for now, is a blend of 70% vodka and 30% cognac.
The neighborhood isn't so sure a recovery housing complex and late-night restaurant selling hooch should share space.
The truck plans to cover Southern California with sweet, sticky libations.