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Best Bars For Bachelor Parties In Los Angeles

April 29, 2015 6:00 AM

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Is your friend getting married and you’re the one tasked with planning his bachelor party? No need to worry. The city of Los Angeles gives you plenty of options to tailor his sendoff into married life with class. Be it for a nature lover or for a man who appreciates a great burger, the following bars could be the frame for a celebration that will leave you both with unforgettable memories.
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(credit: Seven Grand)

Seven Grand
515 W 7th St
Los Angeles, CA 90014
(213) 614-0737

For the bachelor who appreciates whiskey and perhaps a good cigar, the Seven Grand may be the perfect place to celebrate his last days of singlehood. If the bachelor happens to like jazz and blues, plan his party Monday through Wednesday when the bar features live music. The whiskey selection here is impressive but the full bar can accommodate anyone’s preferences. There are a few pool tables, TVs and well-balanced background music that will still allow your group to keep a great conversation.

Related: Best Pool Halls Around LA

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(credit: The Bungalow)

The Bungalow
101 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 899-8530

Looking to kick back and relax at one of the hottest bars in Los Angeles? Well, thanks to the rich imagination of nightlife guru Brent Bolthouse, you can do just that at The Bungalow in Santa Monica. Housed at The Fairmont Hotel, The Bungalow is a low-key lounge which not only boasts stunning ocean views, but also a crowd that is all parts good looking. Party and drink with your bachelor among the five distinct spaces around the property.



The Village Idiot
7383 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 655-3331

At The Village Idiot, your bachelor can satisfy his hunger with some really good pub food including mussels, fried chicken, crispy pork belly, fish and chips and a long list of other choices. The food can be accompanied by any of the many beers that the bar offers, but it is a full bar so any preference can be taken care of. The Village Idiot has a semi-casual atmosphere that requires no fancy wardrobe and does not take reservations, so if you’re in the mood to kick back and have fun, this is the place to go. If you have more than 10 people and would prefer a private room, The Village Idiot has one available in the back where a family-style dinner could be arranged too.



Lucky Strike (at LA Live)
800 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 542-4880

Located in one of the liveliest parts of downtown Los Angeles, Lucky Strike provides the unique and memorable experience you want your bachelor to have. More than just a bowling alley, the theatre-style sound system, big screens, full bar and electronic show at this bar/bowling alley make it a party atmosphere the minute you step through the doors. Anyone wanting to make even more of an impact can reserve the private Luxe Lounge which offers four private lanes and a HD projection screen where pictures of the bachelor’s best moments during his single years could be displayed.

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(credit: Hotel Erwin)

Hotel Erwin’s High Rooftop Lounge
1697 Pacific Ave
Venice Beach, CA 90291
(310) 452-1111

For the beach loving bachelor, a gathering with friends overlooking the gorgeous Pacific Ocean at Hotel Erwin’s High Rooftop Lounge will be right up his alley. Invite your guests to arrive before the sunset because missing the gorgeous view would be a significant waste. The High Rooftop Lounge offers a selection of food and drink to round out your open-air celebration. Reservations are suggested.

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Dena Burroughs is a freelance writer living in Azusa, CA. She is a CSULA graduate with specialties in Creative Writing and Communications. Her work can be found at
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