Bars in Lake Los Angeles

One, Two, or Three Groupons, Each Good for One Hookah Session at The Social Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

The Social Lounge

Northridge

Sink into large black couches on either side of pristinely maintained hookahs to share puffs, chat, and watch the big screen TVs

$20 $12

View Deal

Hookah for Four or Two Hookahs for Six or More at Midnight Boba Hookah Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

Midnight Boba Hookah Lounge

Los Angeles

Groups share hookahs redolent of fruits and pleasant fragrances

$20 $11

View Deal

$16 for $30 Worth of Mixed Drinks, Craft Cocktails, and Beer at The Fifth at Vintage Bar Group

The Fifth at Vintage Bar Group

Valley Village

Wide variety of beers, and crafts cocktails and mixed drinks served amid arcade games and a pool table

$30 $16

View Deal

Wine, Coffee, and Appetizers for Two or Four at Purple Wine & Coffee (Up to 48% Off)

Purple Wine & Coffee

Los Angeles

Wine bar serves hazelnut iced coffee, green tea latte, shrimp tempura, cheese, sandwiches, and, of course, plenty of wine

$30 $16

View Deal

VIP Admission for Two or Four with Drinks and Snacks at The Crocker Club (Up to 65% Off). Four Options Available.

The Crocker Club

Downtown Los Angeles

Specialty cocktails infused with fresh fruit pair with sliders and truffle fries in bank vault-turned-night club

$68 $24

View Deal

$10 for $21 Worth of Hookah Smoking — Point De Vue Cafe & Hookah Lounge

Point De Vue Hookah & Cafe Lounge

Los Angeles

Premium hookah service with an eclectic music vibe

$21 $10

View Deal

American Grill Fare at Celebrities Sports Grill (40% Off)

Celebrities Sports Grill

Wildwood Park

Grill menu also includes tacos, wings, burgers, and sandwiches

$20 $12

View Deal

Select Local Merchants

With a name that translates to “a little of everything,” it's no surprise that the seasonally changing menu of Cafe Mundial includes dishes such as steamed mussels with shallot cream sauce, duck confit, fresh pastas, and filet mignon with bordelaise sauce. In the kitchen, chefs add zesty wasabi vinaigrette to seared ahi-tuna appetizers and top personal pizzas with goat cheese, fresh basil, and monogrammed sun-dried tomatoes. The extensive wine list includes crisp California chardonnays, bold cabernets, and sparkling pours to pair with dinner entrees or new ties. Diners may opt to slide into a booth or jump onto stools at the full bar to watch sports or cheer on bartenders during martini preparation.

514 S Myrtle Ave
Monrovia,
CA
US

Cafe 322's homey atmosphere and fare will remind you of your Italian grandmother’s Polish dinner table. Try a different lasagna each day ($12.95) with the lasagna de la casa, or opt for the sophisticated mélange of flavors in the fettuccini di spinaci e salsiccia with fresh spinach, Italian sausage, and fresh garlic sautéed in olive oil ($12.95). Cafe 322 also serves up some tasty meatier dishes, such as rack of lamb, herb-crusted and served with butter mashed potatoes that fall directly into that place in your heart reserved for mom, America, and butter ($22.95). Smaller plates include salads, sandwiches, grilled panini, and burgers. Stars of the gourmet pizza menu include the quatro formaggio (layered with fontina, mozzarella, gorgonzola, and parmesan cheeses, $12.95) and the flavorful grilled chicken pesto ($14.95).

322 W Sierra Madre Blvd
Sierra Madre,
CA
US

Dave Reinitz packed up all his belongings into a motor home, left New York, and began driving across the country because he was bored. When the engine finally blew, he was in Los Angeles, and decided that was where he would stay. As if by providence, Dave immediately took to his newfound city's comedy scene. Eventually, he partnered up with comedian Barbara Holliday for his life's next great adventure—Flappers Comedy Club.

Today, Barbara, whose credits include Naked Gun 33 1/3 and Friends, co-manages the multipurpose club she owns with Dave. A breeding ground for new talent, the venue plays host to standup comics and variety acts, and gives up-and-comers a hand with comedy classes called Flappers University. Many local and rising comedians have tested their standup material at Flappers, and the stage has supported the seasoned weight of stars such as Dave Attell and Jason Alexander. Before, during, or after shows, patrons can fuel their giggle fits with grub from the club's onsite restaurant, including Cajun-spiced burgers, seared ahi, and brick-oven pizzas.

532 W 1st St.
Claremont,
CA
US

Housed in a former lemon warehouse, Casablanca Bar & Grill fills spacious eating areas with the aromas of piquant Mediterranean cuisine. Chefs skewer beef, chicken, shrimp, and lamb kebabs and sauté seafood such as scallops and frog legs. Tender falafel balls can be dunked into tahini sauce or rolled across white tablecloths into the mouth of a dinner companion.

Live entertainment at Casablanca Bar & Grill engages eyes as well as mouths. On Friday nights, belly dancers swivel their hips as they weave through wisps of smoke from flavored hookahs. Paintings in ornate gilt frames keep watch over the festivities, and an outside wooden deck lets diners watch the sky for menu recommendations spelled out in clouds.

500 W 1st St.
Claremont,
CA
US

Inspired by the eternally ripe produce and bountiful sea meats of California, RED Restaurant's executive chef Alberto Morales crafts a menu of locally sourced foods, working with local farmers or purveyors to fill his cupboards each morning. He calls the cooking style modern California cuisine, and incorporates flavors as diverse as 40-day aged prime ribeye steak, wasabi-encrusted tuna, and basil-scented mashed potatoes. Equally as impressive as the ingredients list is his eye-catching plating, featuring modern arrangements that resemble sushi, such as the delectable tower of crabmeat and beet root salad.

Chef Morales serves his creations in a late-night-friendly dining room and lounge, where crowds cheer on live musical acts and DJs. Bouts of dancing are fueled by a roster of signature cocktails that range from the classic old fashioned to the Pink Lotus, which is a concoction of grapefruit vodka, cointreau, hand-pressed juice, and pink cotton candy. Large groups can opt for bottle service, which plies tables with champagne and spirits, keeping friends from arm wrestling over who has to pay for each round.

211 N Citrus Ave
Covina,
CA
US

Everyone loved visiting the Macias household. Antonio and Sara?s hospitality was matched only by their elaborate Mexican dinners. After years of wildly successful dinners and parties, the duo decided to spread the good word and start their own restaurant. In 1974, they opened the first Mi Ranchito in Ontario, California, packing the tiny space with six tables and stocking the kitchen with fresh produce, meat, and seafood.

Decades later, and Antonio and Sara?s small eatery has replicated itself into three locations across California. Their children and grandchildren join them in the kitchens, where they fold fresh ingredients and handcrafted sauces into traditional enchiladas, chili rellenos, and carnitas. Meanwhile, bartenders blend top tequilas into a variety of innovative margaritas and specialty drinks. In the dining rooms, hand-painted murals of tropical birds, colorful Mexican artwork, and the party-hat wearing condors who serve the food create a festive atmosphere. The restaurant's uncompromisingly fresh and delicious cooking, innovative drinks, and welcoming environment have been lauded by a slew of press publications and won the restaurant the award for Best Mexican Food from Inland Empire Magazine.

152 W Foothill Blvd
Upland,
CA
US