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A bright spot on an otherwise sleepy stretch of Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock, Colorado Wine Company has long stood out for its cheeky, unpretentious approach to the guzzling of the grape. The annual white-trash wine tasting, which pairs things like tater tots and pinot noir, is always a sellout. But since moving into new, cozier digs last November, it's become something else: There's a rotating selection of wines by the glass and six beers on tap — but pop a bottle to share with your newfound bar buddies.

Corkage is only five bucks — except Wednesdays, when it's free. Most beachside-bar real estate revolves around location in lieu of quality — a harrowing fact of life to the coastal craft beer lover. Where others have rested on the laurels of a nice locale, Venice Ale House unites a superb local beer selection with an ocean view.

Plunk yourself onto a patio seat where you'll rub elbows with boardwalk commuters, or enjoy a slight remove at the bustling bar and choose from 32 beers originating from Colorado and points west.

Note the "almost always" available chalkboard beer list in addition to the rotational selection — all are on tap. A "skate of beers" delivers a flight of four, six or eight samples suspended on an immobilized skateboard. With all that amazing beer and the enchanting sunset over the ocean, you're bound to need sustenance. Try the grass-fed burger to satisfy that primal, beer-induced hunger. This seaside pint — or flight — will be one you won't forget.

When you see a great hardcore band there's always tons of energy, and this is particularly true at the Vex Arts performance space. The stuffy, sweaty room is home to the most raging slam dancing, stage-diving and dog piles in Los Angeles County. Thankfully, a year ago it returned in the new location as a multipurpose space.

Again spearheaded by Joe "Vex" Suquette, it hosts everything from art shows and concerts to skateboard workshops. But the real ragers are the hardcore shows, featuring veteran acts like Infest and Chain of Strength alongside up-and-comers Stoic Violence and Nomads. Once you enter the mosh pit, you won't want to leave. Until you start bleeding, that is. Music fans from around the world pass through the doors, and the club can be considered L.

The aptly named World Famous Barnyard is about as low-down and lively a blues venue as you'll find anywhere in the nation. It's nothing but a vacant lot strewn with rows of used commodes and kitchen appliances, only partially paved and barely covered with an old awning.

It features a revolving crew of hardcore local blues bands but, since there's no website, no publicist and no phone, you never know what to expect — except that it'll be as genuine as it can be.

The acclaimed, Detroit-born guitarist and his always—first rate combo provide a luxurious, rich mess of all original blues. The music is exhilarating in its bite, feel and delivery, and always displays Anderson's obsessive fixation on what he calls the "3 Ts" — tone, time and taste.

It provides the perfect atmosphere for the music. The drinks are cheap, kids are permitted, and there's no cover charge, making Anderson's Moose Lodge Mondays always a gasser. Sports Harbour in Marina del Rey is like a rec center with a liquor license.

When you're not playing a game, you can watch one from anywhere in the bar, including a bench that's the port side of an old boat. The place was remodeled a few years ago and now offers a menu of standard pub fare, but make no mistake, it's still very much a dive.

There's almost always a fun, friendly crowd of regulars and drop-ins hanging around — each of whom is solid competition for your game of choice. Everyone knows that feeling when you snap at the Grove. You just blew the rent at Nordstrom, and the slow-walking tourists begin to feel as if they're caging you in.

You need a calm oasis, and a beer. Thankfully, the bars at the Original Farmers Market provide both. Hop onto a stool at one of the building's two watering holes, and life suddenly seems a lot simpler. Maybe that's because, despite all the businesses that have come and gone in the last 80 years, the Farmers Market still exudes an old-timey spirit. Watching folks sniff produce and rap with the butcher is somehow soothing over a pint.

The drinker next to you looks like he's been a regular since , and even if he's sipping his same old domestic, the bar offers a great craft-beer selection and wine list, too. The vibe says "stay all day," and you just might.

Restaurateurs Brandon Boudet and Warner Ebbink couldn't save Tom Bergin's, but they may have successfully rescued the happy hour at another of their champion warhorses, Dominick's , a Westside fixture and famously low-key celebrity hideout. Dom's has inaugurated the Five O'Clock Meeting, held 5 to 7 p. While diminutive in name, these cocktails are still shaken and poured generously, and they pack a decent punch.

It's a retro reimagining of happy hour, with a nostalgic price tag to boot. Last year's winner of Best Beer Bar, the Daily Pint deserves another mention for its impressive whiskey selection. The watering hole offers more than Scottish single malts billed as "the largest and rarest selection of single malts west of the Mississippi" and bottles from nine different countries. Curator Chris Uhde, a former plumber from Georgia, is the ultimate anti—snob. He and owner Phil McGovern pride themselves on a list that offers something for everyone, from broke newbies to big-spending connoisseurs.

The Daily Pint also offers a tasting club, where members can try rare bottles and learn the basics of whiskey drinking. This is the place to get your whiskey in Los Angeles.

There, you can take in vintage Coors and Bud Light beer signs, super-comfy leather lounge chairs, a big old TV and classic rock on the jukebox-turned—karaoke machine. There's a full selection of bottled beer and cocktails, along with a more limited wine list. The dark lounge has a denlike feel — there are seats for 40 — and the dim lighting makes things especially cozy. Or sign in with a social account: Readers' Choice Readers Choice Contest.

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Again spearheaded by Joe "Vex" Suquette, it hosts everything from art shows and concerts to skateboard workshops. But the real ragers are the hardcore shows, featuring veteran acts like Infest and Chain of Strength alongside up-and-comers Stoic Violence and Nomads. Once you enter the mosh pit, you won't want to leave. Until you start bleeding, that is. Music fans from around the world pass through the doors, and the club can be considered L. The aptly named World Famous Barnyard is about as low-down and lively a blues venue as you'll find anywhere in the nation.

It's nothing but a vacant lot strewn with rows of used commodes and kitchen appliances, only partially paved and barely covered with an old awning. It features a revolving crew of hardcore local blues bands but, since there's no website, no publicist and no phone, you never know what to expect — except that it'll be as genuine as it can be.

The acclaimed, Detroit-born guitarist and his always—first rate combo provide a luxurious, rich mess of all original blues. The music is exhilarating in its bite, feel and delivery, and always displays Anderson's obsessive fixation on what he calls the "3 Ts" — tone, time and taste.

It provides the perfect atmosphere for the music. The drinks are cheap, kids are permitted, and there's no cover charge, making Anderson's Moose Lodge Mondays always a gasser. Sports Harbour in Marina del Rey is like a rec center with a liquor license. When you're not playing a game, you can watch one from anywhere in the bar, including a bench that's the port side of an old boat.

The place was remodeled a few years ago and now offers a menu of standard pub fare, but make no mistake, it's still very much a dive. There's almost always a fun, friendly crowd of regulars and drop-ins hanging around — each of whom is solid competition for your game of choice. Everyone knows that feeling when you snap at the Grove. You just blew the rent at Nordstrom, and the slow-walking tourists begin to feel as if they're caging you in. You need a calm oasis, and a beer. Thankfully, the bars at the Original Farmers Market provide both.

Hop onto a stool at one of the building's two watering holes, and life suddenly seems a lot simpler. Maybe that's because, despite all the businesses that have come and gone in the last 80 years, the Farmers Market still exudes an old-timey spirit. Watching folks sniff produce and rap with the butcher is somehow soothing over a pint. The drinker next to you looks like he's been a regular since , and even if he's sipping his same old domestic, the bar offers a great craft-beer selection and wine list, too.

The vibe says "stay all day," and you just might. Restaurateurs Brandon Boudet and Warner Ebbink couldn't save Tom Bergin's, but they may have successfully rescued the happy hour at another of their champion warhorses, Dominick's , a Westside fixture and famously low-key celebrity hideout.

Dom's has inaugurated the Five O'Clock Meeting, held 5 to 7 p. While diminutive in name, these cocktails are still shaken and poured generously, and they pack a decent punch. It's a retro reimagining of happy hour, with a nostalgic price tag to boot. Last year's winner of Best Beer Bar, the Daily Pint deserves another mention for its impressive whiskey selection. The watering hole offers more than Scottish single malts billed as "the largest and rarest selection of single malts west of the Mississippi" and bottles from nine different countries.

Curator Chris Uhde, a former plumber from Georgia, is the ultimate anti—snob. Membership is not a requirement at any class, dance or function, only a benefit.

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