Where to order the best drinks in Los Angeles

Feeling thirsty? Here are the 10 best places around Los Angeles for drinks.
Bill Addison, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 7, 2022
Our region’s drinking culture can express as much about the breadth of our communities as our dining landscapes. These ten bars, restaurants and shops — some newly opened, some well-established — are favorites where the atmosphere matches the...
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