The granddaddy (wokka-wokka?) of LA’s whiskey scene, this brown-spirit bar’s still tops, with a huge range of whiskies, a dark vibe that’s both date- and hanging-with-the-boys friendly, and even a “Whiskey Society” where they teach you about rare whiskies via monthly tastings.
Think of this as Seven Grand’s younger brother: a former private-room back area, Jackalope is now its own speakeasy-style, 18-seat bar with its own entrance (marked by a light, with instructions on how to enter in both Japanese and English), its own booze selection (including rarities like Balvenie Tun 1401), and just three cocktails: an Old Fashioned, a Manhattan, and a Highball.
There are no menus at Aidan Demarest’s award-winning Glendale bar — just bottles and bottles (and bottles! AND BOTTLES!!!) of great booze, including rare ryes and Scotches, all of which can be drunk, uh, neat, or served with sides of house-curated mixers and produce.
It’s crazy to think that this classy, throwback bar used to be a novelty truck-stop, PBR-slinger called Stinkers. Now it’s worlds away from that, with shelves full of options for discerning whiskey drinkers and mixologists who know what to do with them (see: photo above).
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