Come check out how West Hollywood just upped the fancy quotient.
Pearl's Liquor Bar melds all the best aspects of Los Angeles together to create an ideal bar. The views from their cozy rooftop are incredible, their mixed drinks are seriously tasty, and their food is inventive and interesting. This is the ultimate L.A. place to wine and dine someone. Dress up and don’t miss this new spot.
In the middle of one of the grungier areas of West Hollywood, Pearl’s Liquor Bar stands out as a shining example of class and culture. Amidst the rougher pubs and bars, Pearl’s manages to maintain a respectable level of decorum and fanciness without coming across as too pretentious. Meant to resemble an establishment out of the roaring 1920’s, Pearl’s mixes art deco styles and classic accents to create what is possibly the perfect little West Hollywood lounge. Walking in the first thing patrons will notice are the adorable white chandeliers placed throughout the lower street level. Hanging over plush black club chairs, the lighting and dark framed mirrors make you feel as if a flapper could come waltzing through at any moment. In the middle of the room is a large bar replete with a cool white marble counter and comfy grey cushioned high top stools. There you can sip on any number or specialty cocktails or grab yourself a bottle of beer. Also feel free to munch on any of their delicious sounding menu items. From gnocchi bolognese to gourmet flatbreads, don’t expect your average bar food here. Upstairs is where this bar really shines. A wooden staircase leads up to a multi-tiered spacious outdoor area. Under tiny white string lights, there is a fireplace, amazing views of the city, reserved tables and even a swing for two with ivy growing up the chain. The views are spectacular and everyone knows it, which means there can sometimes even be a line just to get up to the area. Ideal for bringing a date and getting cozy under the California sky, this is the perfect romantic L.A. spot.
Pearl's Liquor Bar was actually opened by the same folks that brought Rock and Reilly's to The Strip. But don’t be fooled. Pearl's does not resemble its grittier Irish sister down the street. You won’t find any sliders or jean shorts at Pearl's.
The outdoor area is definitely one of the draws to this spot, and carving out a place among the masses on the roof can be difficult. Get there early and make sure you stake your claim by the balcony or on one of their swings. It will totally be worth it.