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The Best New LA Bars To Check Out This Fall/Winter

October 29, 2013 6:00 AM

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(Photo credit: Alen Lin)

(Photo credit: Alen Lin)

(credit: Pearl's Liquor Bar)

(credit: Alen Lin)

Los Angeles is home to many bars, but finding the perfect watering hole to call your own is no easy challenge. Whether you’re looking to class it up with a view or just enjoy that classic SolCal vibe, we have a newly-opened bar that’s perfect for you. Be sure to check out our Fall E.S.P. Guide to guarantee a great night out on the town.

(Photo credit: Alen Lin)

(Photo credit: Alen Lin)

Pearl’s Liquor Bar
8909 West Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 360-6800

There’s nothing classier than a pearl, and this spot is nothing short of classy. A three-level, expansive slab of sophistication that’s straight out of the 1920’s, Pearl’s features a scenic front deck overlooking Sunset Strip and supreme handcrafted cocktails for which even Mr. Gatsby would travel to LA. Opened late summer. 8909 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA

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(Photo credit: Alen Lin)

(Photo credit: Alen Lin)

6507 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 460-6667

After opening last September 2013, this plush cocktail lounge is already the hottest place to be on Sunset Boulevard. What used to be a dingy lingerie bar has been transformed into a swanky space adorned with comfy leather couches, circular chandeliers and photos of naked ladies. Yep, the high brick walls are covered in artsy full frontal nudes of women. So grab your friends and join the party.

(Photo credit: Las Palmas Furniture Warehouse)

(Photo credit: Las Palmas Furniture Warehouse)

Las Palmas Furniture Warehouse
1714 N. Las Palmas Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 464-0171

There’s always a party at this recently opened crazy neighborhood dive bar filled with remote controlled sumbarines, piñatas, glowing neon signs and Simpson posters. Imagine bashing a piñata, while sipping on a couple of beers. Pretty cool right? If you need to take a break from all the action, head out to the patio and enjoy a few mint juleps and Berry Manilows (blueberry vodka, soda, lime). With all the action, there’s never a down moment.

(Photo credit: Frank Ishman)

(Photo credit: Frank Ishman)

Dirty Laundry Bar
1725 Hudson Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028

From the men who brought you No Vacancy & Pour Vous, the Houston Brothers bring you the brand new Dirty Laundry Bar. During the prohibition it served as the personal speakeasy for silent film actor Rudolph Valentino. In order to preserve the speakeasy atmosphere, the 1,500 square foot space hosts an exposed brick ceiling, deconstructed light fixtures and black leather couches.

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Rex Sakamoto is a student at Fordham University and enjoys writing about all things New York. Be sure to also check out his food blog crazydormchef.com.

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