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Most Angeleno’s love a great vodka drink. So, it’s only natural that for National Vodka Day on October 4, there are a bevy of terrific options to choose from! Cheers!

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The Raymond 1886
1250 S Fair Oaks Ave
Pasadena, CA 91105
(626) 441-3136
www.theraymond.com

There’s no better place to celebrate National Vodka Day than at Pasadena’s top spot for cocktails. At The Raymond 1886, this eatery/bar will be serving up their Drop The Beet, a cocktail inspired by the brazen and savory flavors of Russia, shaken and served up with dill and cucumber-infused Stolichnaya Vodka, lemon juice, Mikey’s homemade pickle juice and finished with a homemade pickled beet. The restaurant/bar will be open on National Vodka Day from 11:30am to 2:30pm for lunch and from 5:30pm to 10pm, with the Bar open until 12a. It’ll leave you plenty of time to stop by and sip on this delicious cocktail!

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Celestino Ristorante & Bar
141 South Lake Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101
(626) 795-4006
www.celestinopasadena.com

Looking for a restaurant that gets straight to the point on National Vodka Day? Look no further than Celestino Ristorante & Bar, who, in addition to cooking up the best authentic Italian cuisine, also offers a straight up Vodka Martini with just the right amount of vermouth.

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SOL Cocina Playa Vista
12775 Millennium Dr
Playa Vista, CA 90094
(424) 289-0066
www.solcocina.com

SOL Cocina, one of LA’s top spots for Mexican food, will be participating in the fun of National Vodka Day with their own special cocktail. Set within the technie town of Playa Vista, SOL Cocina along with its Beverage Director Colin Pflugradt will be pouring the Sparkling Pomegranate on National Vodka Day. This luscious libation is mixed with Grey Goose Vodka, St. Germaine Liqueur, POM Wonderful and a spritz of lemon juice, finished with sparkling wine is a must drink. The restaurant is open from 10am to 10pm on National Vodka Day!

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Hyperion Public
2538 Hyperion Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 761-6440
www.hyperionpublic.com

Studio City and Silver Lake’s Hyperion Public are serving up some pretty cool libations on National Vodka Day. Vodka enthusiasts can indulge in The Astrotime, a delightful concoction made with Tito’s Vodka, muddled strawberries and basil, lemon and balsamic vinegar garnished to perfection with a basil leaf and one twist of cracked pepper. Hyperion Public will be open on National Vodka Day, Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 from 12pm to 12am, and their sister location in Silverlake will be open as well for you to indulge!

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(credit: Bob Hodson)


Red O
1541 Ocean Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 458-1600
www.redorestaurant.com

Red O’s sleek space by Rick Bayless is certainly bringing out all the goods on National Vodka Day! Offering gourmet Mexican food as well as tasty cocktails, Red O Santa Monica is mixing up Summer Heat with Beluga Vodka, mango, fresh lemon and habanero honey. In addition, they will also be serving La Rosita with Skyy Vodka, fresh lemon, hibiscus syrup and apple essence, along with a Los Angeles mainstay, the Moscow Mule with Stolichnaya Vodka, fresh lime and ginger beer. There’s no better time to soak up what is left of the Summer sun than at Red O Santa Monica on National Vodka Day! The restaurant will be open from 11:30am to 3pm for lunch and 5pm to 10pm for dinner.

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Church & State
1850 Industrial St
Los Angeles, CA 90021
(213) 405-1434
www.churchandstatebistro.com

Whether you live nearby in downtown or its a short drive, you won’t want to miss out on Church & State’s offerings for this national day! Make sure to stop by this Arts District staple on National Vodka Day and drink like royalty. Order up The Queen’s Cup with Platinum Vodka, pamplemousse, cucumber, blackberry and lime. This majestic cocktail is served chilled and on the rocks, and should be ordered in spades.

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