Once you push past the nondescript Arts District entrance, you’ll be welcomed into the neighborhood bar of your dreams. The interior bar is long, with banquettes for seating, but you’d be smart to head outside. There you’ll find a giant patio lit by strings of Edison lights and the real centerpiece: a proper bocce court.
Cool. So who’s there?
Downtowners mixed with countless casual Tinder dates. No matter what their motive, though, everyone is here for the great vibe and even better drinks.
How are the drinks?
There’s a great selection of beer and wines, but the focus is squarely on spirits. You’ll find barrel-aged cocktails and rare Japanese whiskeys, and if you want to go off-script and challenge the bartenders to whip up something of their choice based on your tastes, you will not be disappointed.
Worth ordering something to eat, too?
You’re in for a treat with internationally-inspired bar bites from Mozza alum Matt Molina. The unfussy, diner-style burger here has become famous for being one of the city’s best.
Did the staff do you right?
They’re attentive and quick.
Wrap it up: what are we coming here for?
This is the corner bar you wish your neighborhood had, perfect for a post-shift drink or laid-back date night.
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