Its cocktail menu includes just about every fruit and berry flavor under the rainbow. There are even mirrors on the ceiling to add an exciting visual perspective. This updated piano bar with a loyal following in Long Beach, but that is in Los Angeles County, so that's close enough and offers a welcome reprieve from the more typical nightspots found around town. Abbey owner David Cooley announced a 10, square-foot complimentary concept coming to the block in Since there is no food menu available, the bar provides a vending machine for its patrons to purchase an assortment of snacks. Hi Tops must be doing something right:
A neighborhood dive bar to its year-old core, the jukebox, pool table, and cheap drinks keep locals coming back for more, and there's always more to be had if you mine this West Hollywood hot spot.
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Abbey owner David Cooley announced a 10, square-foot complimentary concept coming to the block in Gym bar in West Hollywood. The uptown outpost for Boxers, which opened its first location in Chelsea some years back, offers a rarity in new York bar life: All of the bars and clubs listed here were submitted as "favorite local bar" by Los Angelenos who took the Great Gay Bar Survey which in turn provided the basis for our Greatest Gay Bars List. Big pecs are also a plus. Wearing a trendy t-shirt? Rockwell in Los Feliz offers nightlife in three parts:
Monday night the young crowd dances to 80s music…like any of them remember these songs?! Strong drinks make it popular for pre-gaming, or come of Monday for karaoke, or weekends for a beer blast. Have hair, will travel at Faultline, the place to be for bears and bear-watching on Melrose Avenue. Clubs across Los Angeles are drawing queer, as well as queer-loving crowds. Logo and all related marks and designs are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. Philly freaks come out for Ratchet Wednesdays, while karaoke and American Idol-style singoffs bring the songbirds.