Bars in Lomita

$7 for $12 Worth of Sports-Bar Food — The Break Room bar

The Break Room

Long Beach

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$12 $7

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$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

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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

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Admission for Four with Drinks and Snacks at The Crocker Club (Up to 59% Off). Two 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

$364 $132

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$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

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Mediterranean Food and Hookah at Mirage Grill and Hookah Lounge (Up to 55% Off). Two Options Available.

Mirage Grill and Hookah Lounge

Huntington Beach

Exotic flavors culminate in Mediterranean dishes in the dining room and in shisha flavors in the hookah lounge

$40 $18

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Pitcher of Signature Beer with Pizza at Newport Beach Brewing Company (Up to 53% Off)

Newport Beach Brewing Company

Newport Hills

Contemporary speciality pizzas topped with items like mac and cheese complements award-winning beers

$29.95 $18

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$12 for $25 Worth of Upscale Pub Food at Breakaway Sports Lounge & Eatery

Breakaway Sports Lounge & Eatery

Meredith Parkwood

Cooks prepare pub food from scratch, such as shrimp sautéed with whiskey-cream sauce, at a restaurant with high-definition TVs and DJs

$25 $12

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The state-licensed certificate courses at Pacific Bartending School provide students with the skills and the resources needed to work behind a bar, regardless of their previous knowledge or experience. In addition to learning how to pour drinks and accessorize them with garnishes or handbags, attendees will study roughly 150 basic cocktail recipes as well as the defining flavors and characteristics of the liquors and liqueurs used to make them. Instructors use audio-visual technology to supplement their lessons, and they keep class sizes small to guarantee every student their own workstation to practice at. Afterward, graduates may attend any of the school's complimentary refresher courses or seek assistance with job placement and resumè writing.

18010 Crenshaw Blvd
Torrance,
CA
US

Across nearly three-fourths of the United States, AMF Bowling Co. reverberates year-round as families, friends, and competitors send bowling balls in search of upright pins careening down slick lanes. The company first established itself as an industry leader in 1946, the same year the sport introduced automated pinspotters.

Today, more than 20 million bowlers annually make AMF their battleground for wars against pins. As the largest owner and and operator of bowling centers in the US, AMF locations offer high-tech scoring technology, a classic design, and a menu stocked with American-inspired classics such as wings, pizzas, burgers, and beer.

21915 S Western Ave.
Torrance,
CA
US

Under the glow of the many paper lanterns that hang from the ceiling above, visitors at Izakaya & Beer Bar by Ryo Zan Paku will discover an authentic experience—especially if they opt for one of the low tables, where they can sit on small, square cushions that are scattered across the floor. Specializing in "izakaya," or casual Japanese bar cuisine, the menu offers skewered pork belly, lamb, and chicken à la carte, as well as a wide variety of sushi rolls and nigiri.

2589 Pacific Coast Highway
Torrance,
CA
US

There's only one thing hotter than the surface of the sun—the dance floor at its core. Nightclub SOL lives up to its celestial namesake with a weekly lineup of dance parties, live DJs, and top-shelf drink specials. On a given night, live music, Top 40, hip hop, and house music pulse from the speakers, some mixed with a hint of Latin of vibes. Other times, artists spin the latest techno tunes from all over the world, or electronic musicians present new remixes and original music. Other special events include comedy shows and holiday parties.

313 East Carson Street
Carson,
CA
US

Welcoming studios awash in natural light enfold booty sculptors as they dip, bend, and fold through The Bar Method, a one-hour workout blending the fat burning of interval training and the muscle-lengthening effects of ballet-barre conditioning. The pair of studios shares a single schedule of multilevel classes held every day of the week, not unlike the sun's favorite pet. Classes begin with a limb-limbering warm-up before moving onto free-weight exercises and pushups, finishing up with a set of intense seat work on the bar and an ab-crunching finale on the mat. Every exercise treats muscles to gentle warm-up and cool-down stretches to facilitate the transition between the studio and one's everyday life atop a music box.

429 Silver Spur Road
Palos Verdes Peninsula,
CA
US

Nestled in the hills of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, secluded Rancho Palos Verdes is home to expansive estates set on jagged bluffs looming over the coastline. Terranea's Pointe Discovery adventure shop equips visitors for exploring all the peninsula has to offer, including standup paddleboarding, kayaking, snorkeling, and mermaid speed dating. Fewer than 2 miles from the resort, the Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, a state ecological preserve, encompasses pristine tide pools home to sea stars, pointy urchins, and brightly colored anemones. Within walking distance of the cove lies Wayfarers Chapel, a structure built from glass and redwoods by Lloyd Wright, son of pioneering architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The Point Vicente Lighthouse also stands nearby. First lit in 1926 as a beacon to mariners aiming to steer clear of rocky shoals, the lighthouse now makes an ideal spot for whale-watching.

100 Terranea Way
Rancho Palos Verdes,
CA
US