They say, (whoever the hell they are,) that the Monte Carlo Bar is a dive bar that gives fuck-all about anything. Or anybody. But that’s not true. Come on, go…

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Since 1930 the Frolic Room, on Hollywood Boulevard, off the corner of Vine, has been doing its dive bar best to keep not only the hordes of celebrities who occasionally…

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Drinking mint tea and smoking all forms of cannabis is not only allowed but encouraged. As I said, enter at your own risk.

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Amigo's Cantina is not exactly a dive bar strictly speaking, it’s not exactly a bar because half the place is an excellent Mexican restaurant

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Located on a leafy, isolated corner of East Pasadena, on Colorado Blvd (Route 66) off San Gabriel, across the street from a “Denny’s”, snuggled between the Guitar Center and an…

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https://youtu.be/k7IUd1r8FDw Chez Jay is at the beginning or end of the line of Route 66. A great old time bar with very good food. Place hasn’t changed much. The day…

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The Monty Bar built in 1910 this is what a renovation done right looks like. Walking in, the high calling makes it feel like you're walking into a hanger. It…

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In the heart of KoreaTown, a very dense part of LA, is Frank N Hanks. This bar is right along busy Western Ave. and acts as a refuge to someone…

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