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Bar10 Weho

8933 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, California 90069, United States

(323) 332-6445

https://www.facebook.com/bar10weho/

Monday—Saturday: 5:00 PM—2:00 AM, Sunday:12:00 PM—2:00 AM

Bar10 is a cocktail-driven, casual dining, experience in the heart of West Hollywood, California. Our expansive bar is designed to be spacious and comfortable with various high-top tables and a new luxurious pool table. Guests are invited to enjoy our specialty cocktails (each only $15) while eating from our growing, gourmet, menu.

Trunks Bar – West Hollywood

8809 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, California 90069, United States

(310) 652-1015

http://west.hollywood.trunksbar.com/

Monday—Saturday: 1:00 PM—2:00 AM, Sunday: 12:00 PM—2:00 AM

Trunks is West Hollywood's traditional gay sports bar. We are the friendly, no attitude spot for cocktails, and a short walk from several other gay bars in the area. After 25 years, we're still the place for fun times and good cocktails. One visit and you'll feel like you've been coming for years. “Gay, straight, curious – who gives a hell”: the “friendly” crowd at this veteran WeHo “local neighborhood”–type bar is here for the pool tables, sports on the multiple TVs and the all-day well-drink specials. We have added the delightful new outdoor patio...we have exploded out into the sidewalk! Now you can relax in our new outdoor patio!. Alcohol can be brought outside the bar to the patio...You'll LOVE the FUN! Don't wait, just COME to Trunks Bar in Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, California.

Gold Coast Bar

8228 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, California 90046, United States

(323) 656-4879

http://www.goldcoastweho.com/

Monday—Sunday: 10:00 AM—2:00 AM

Open since 1981 — and across the street from the equally as aged Circus Of Books — Gold Coast is slightly removed from the hullaballoo of the WeHo strip. Accordingly, it attracts a more approachable, less sceney, older skewing crowd. Come for the cheap drinks—stay for the bar trivia and compete on the pool table.

Dave’s on Broadway

708 East Broadway, Glendale, CA 91205, USA

(818) 956-9123

https://www.facebook.com/davesonbroadway

Tue—Sun: 11:00 AM—1:45 AM Mon: 11:00 AM—2:00 AM

One of Glendale’s oldest bars, Dave’s on Broadway is a dark dive in an unassuming, cement building -- the oversized neon sign above its entrance the sole indicator of any activity inside. On any given night, Dave’s features karaoke, cheap drinks, and TVs for the sports-loving patrons. The bar is dim, illuminated only by small, vintage light fixtures and a string of Christmas lights, year round.

C-Frenz Bar & Nightclub

7026 Reseda Blvd, Reseda, California 91335, United States

(818) 996-2976

http://www.cfrenzbar.com/

Monday—Sunday: 3:00 PM—2:00 AM

Informal gay bar & club offering daily happy-hour specials, go-go dancers & weekly themed parties. The mixed crowd at C Frenz is always friendly, making this hip lounge a great place to meet, mix and mingle with friends in the community.

Eagle LA Bar

4219 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90029, United States

(323) 669-9472

http://www.eaglela.com/

Monday—Friday: 4:00 AM—2:00 AM, Saturday—Sunday: 2:00 PM—2:00 PM

The current location of Eagle LA has served home to many gay bars over the years dating back 44 years. It was known as the Shed from 1968-1972 The Outcast from 1972-1983, the famous Gauntlet II from 1983-2005, then later, Eagle LA. Gauntlet II was in operation for 21 years. Then, in the summer of 2005 Charlie and business partner Vince decided to buy the bar with the intention of making a name change. In April 2006, Eagle LA was born, or, reborn as it may be. There was an original Eagle LA located in West Hollywood at the corner of Santa Monica Blvd. and Fairfax. It operated for 15 years and closed in 1995. Although that Eagle is of no relation to Charlie or Vince, they are proud to reestablish the Eagle LA and become the latest in a long line of Eagle bars in cities throughout the US and around the world. It has always been their mission to uphold the Leather/Uniform/Fetish traditions set forth by the infamous Eagle name and that traditions still holds true today.

The Brickyard Pub – Hollywood

1810 Wilcox Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90028, United States

(323) 465-6356

http://www.brickyardnoho.com/

Sunday-Saturday: 7PM - 2AM, Happy Hour: 7pm-9pm Everyday

If you love beer and bar games, you’ll feel right at home at The Brickyard Pub. Not only does the selection of suds (more than 100) leave you spoiled for choice, but with ample pool tables, darts, shuffleboard and even beer pong, you’ll be set with activities for the night.

1739 Public House

1739 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90027, United States

(323) 663-1739

http://1739publichouse.com/

Monday—Friday: 11:00 AM—2:00 AM, Saturday—Sunday: 10:00 AM—2:00 AM

This gastropub is the place you go in Los Feliz when you want to gather elbow-to-elbow with fellow Lakers or Dodgers fans and catch the game on the multiple screens throughout. Happy hour, daily from 3–7pm, can also get pretty crowded, but with good reason: Free cheese pizza! The straightforward menu of burgers, mac-and-cheese and the like, along with an extensive beer list, elevates 1739 from just the quintessential local dive. Plus the outdoor seating is great for people watching, dog owners and smokers.

Little Joy Cocktails

1477 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90026, United States

(213) 935-8276

http://www.littlejoycocktails.com/

Monday—Sunday: 5:00 PM—2:00 AM

Revamped, refurbished and under new management, this former dive bar brings a little bit more joie de vivre (and upgraded digs) to Echo Park. There are concrete floors, a pool table, newly lacquered parquet wood bar and very clean bathrooms. For locals, this watering hole might be the best pickup spot on the Eastside. When the bar’s coveted seats (14 in total) are taken and the only two booths in the joint are at capacity, standing room allows for old-fashioned mingling in the fairly small space and a game of pool—get your name on the signup chalkboard early. The drink menu is straightforward—full bar with standard bottle selections—with eight beers on tap, including a brew called the "Glutenator" for gluten-free imbibers. Don’t ask if they make "cocktails"—you’ll be met with a blank stare before the bartender turns to take someone else’s order.

Jerry’s Family Billiards II

1312 N Lake Ave, Pasadena, California 91104, United States

(626) 791-5114

https://www.facebook.com/jerrysbilliards/

Monday—Sunday: 12:00 PM—1:00 AM

Best place to play Pool and Darts, or even just to have a few drinks and kick back and watch the game. Multiple TV’s, wide selection of drinks. And now food to order. Plus plenty of free parking in the rear of the location. 12 Pool Tables.

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