A historic hot spot in downtown LA's Theatre District, Broadway Bar offers trendy drinks in an old school atmosphere, perfect as a drinking destination for the night or for pre/post-show cocktails wit

Editorial Review

Set in the heart of downtown Los Angeles' Theatre District, Broadway Bar evokes an atmosphere of old school glamour with posh décor and intriguing aura. Located in a historic building next to the Orpheum Theatre, this drinking destination is ideal for a cocktail before or after the show and features a huge circular bar and upstairs balcony.

Two levels, two bars, two experiences. Listen to jukebox tunes downstairs around their circle bar or on the front patio. A double staircase takes you to a lounge with sofas and tables in front of a smaller bar. Grab a drink from the friendly bartenders and step out onto the balcony framed by a decorative cast iron barricade. There isn't much space to dance, but this is a great spot to bring your friends for birthday celebrations or other events. You can even call ahead and reserve the spot for an extra large crowd.

Interesting Facts

Broadway Bar's classy and sophisticated setting was used by the popular TV show Mad Men.

Tips

Happy hour takes place every Tuesday to Friday from 5PM to 8PM, with specials on beer and mixed drinks.

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