Recommandé par 37 habitants · Prix estimé 3 sur 4 ·
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Cafeteria style restaurant with great food. Remodeled and looks great inside. Also has several bars in Clifton's Republic.
A must see bar and restaurant in Downtown LA. It was established in 1935. Super hip throwback lounge with taxidermy and cool dioramas for their decor. There’s also a tiki bar upstairs. It’s quieter early in the evening and gets crowded beginning at 9 with live entertainment.
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