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THE BEVERAGE LOVER’S GUIDE TO L.A.
Looking for a great bar in Los Angeles? Or a a great coffee, cold-pressed juice, wine shop, brewery, or boba? Created by the folks behind the very successful Eat: Los Angeles guidebook, Drink: Los Angeles is the essential flexibound pocket guide to the best pubs, cocktail bars, coffeehouses, wine bars, dive bars, tea houses, juice cafes, boba spots, karaoke bars, and neighborhood watering holes across LA. Organized by region, this nifty little pocket guide gives the Why, What, and Who for every worthy beverage-lover’s spot across the city, from Long Beach to Encino, Venice to South Pasadena, Beverly Hills to Boyle Heights.
Complete with maps to the editors’ 12 favorite bar crawls in L.A., including two on the Metro.
This smart, honest, and reliable book is curated by a team of the most knowledgeable drink and food writers in town: Garret Snyder, Elina Shatkin, Patricia Saperstein, Miles Clements, Alex Sayles, Jennifer Bastien, Renee Nakagawa, and editor Colleen Dunn Bates. Colleen is the editor of Eat: Los Angeles, a longtime restaurant critic for Westways, the former editor of the Gault Millau gourmet guides, and the founding editor of Prospect Park Books.
Eat: Los Angeles
Flexibound ISBN 978-0-9844102-8-6
ebook ISBN 978-0-9834594-0-8
Praise for Drink: Los Angeles
“Bursting with options from breweries to cocktail lounges to coffeehouses, this book has up-to-the-minute options, with the recent publication date of November 14th… For a true night on the town, Drink serves up routes for bar crawls in neighborhoods like Koreatown or Long Beach, where you can walk your way into a completely drunken state without fear of reprisal.”
— LA Weekly Squid Ink
“Drink: Los Angeles includes more than 500 listings for great booze and juice bars, beer taprooms, wine stores, coffee houses, even boba shops. What you won’t find: chain shops and eateries, and places that suck. They prefer to simply focus on the good and ignore the bad.” — KPCC (NPR)
Praise for Eat: Los Angeles
“We would follow this guide into hell.” —Long Beach Press-Telegram
“So hyper-local it instantly claims a place in die-hard Angeleno’s hearts.” —Los Angeles Times
“I chose Eat: LA as a broadcast partner because of its good taste, sense of humor, and spirit of adventure.” —John Rabe, host of KPCC’s #1 weekend show, Off-Ramp