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LA is a weird place to date. Regardless, all of these spots are set up with cozy booths, great vibes, and -- whether they're classy cocktail bars or dark dives -- an inexplicable atmosphere of sexiness that gives closing time a definite double meaning. This is thanks in no small part to the fact that they secured the space next door and turned it into a dance floor. Like The Virgil , you can enjoy the chill ambience of a booth on one side, or you can turn it up to 11 and dance yourself clean on the other.
The lines to get in can be long, but turn that negative into a positive: if the person in front or behind you is someone you want to chat with, they're sort of held hostage with you for the duration.
Plus, the free! DTLA staple with an extensive whiskey collection and lots of pool tables There are plenty of intimate nooks and crannies in this beloved DTLA ode-to-whiskey, and the pool tables offer opportunities for some friendly competition with newfound friends.
Seven Grand also hides the sorta-secret Japanese whiskey bar The Jackalope in the back, if you want to change locations without really changing locations. Hit the photo booth. Bartenders serve up infused spirits, equipped with housemade syrups and garnishes for young professionals looking for something fancy to sip on. Designed like a well-worn living room, Good Times exudes a casual, house party-like atmosphere thanks to its darkly lit hallways and comfy couches, as well as the dance floor busting out old-school hits.
The back patio, which has another bar in case the main bar is too packed, is spacious and perfect for striking up conversation. Live music and actually good DJs come together with inventive cocktails This always-hopping two-story bar from the Houston brothers evokes the World War II era, with factory-like details and suspender-clad bartenders serving up an innovative, always-changing cocktail list.