The real challenge will be finding a brave driver to put up with Angelenos unwilling to go straight home at last call.
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The Jim Henson Company celebrates the series 30th anniversary with a free public party.
The changes are not too glaring, with bigger booths, better booze, and plans to convert a basement speakeasy back into a bar.
Joaquin Reyna-Donaldson, a former manager at The Echo, has added a new oak bar and uncovered some of the building's original architecture.
The fifteen-year-old live rock venue will shutter with a final blast on March 15.
Controversial owner Steve Edelson considers a less morose paint job and beefed-up security.
The name, no less the idea, even sounds a little like The Edison.
Former L&E Oyster Bar pastry chef Deborah Gorman is behind the short selection of bar foods.
Nightlife kingpin Steve Edelson has been shot and stabbed in the past, so a roomful of angry neighbors doesn't really phase the guy.
One-dollar from every spiked punch will go to Midnight Mission.
Live music and craft cocktails mark the snazzier revamp.
Discount sliders, free partisan drinks, and French dip deals arrive to swing all the undecided drinkers and diners.
The wine bar plans a night of circus performers and photos of unusual talents.
Some voices within City Hall have suggested an all-out ban on speaking outdoors at night.
The actress calls it "the worst sports bar in Hollywood."
1933 Group's new Hollywood bar looks like the Haunted Mansion, if it came from Savannah soil instead of Disneyland's.