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Little Bar Lounge

On March 7, 2007

757 S La Brea Avenue, Miracle Mile, Los Angeles, CA 90036, 323.937.9210 South of Wilshire, on the right, next to the Cash n’ Run at the corner of La Brea and Eighth

Hours: Monday – Friday 5:30 p.m. – 1 or 2 a.m.
Saturday 6 p.m. – 2 a.m.
Sunday 2 p.m. – 2 a.m.

Cricket Tournament on Sunday nights at 8 p.m.

Thanks to Paul for the tip; I never would have known about Little Bar Lounge otherwise.

Quiet at six on a Monday, the place is jumping and hip on weekends. A good selection of draught beer including Anchor Steam from San Francisco, pear cider, too; several bottled beers and Soju (Korean liquor made from rice, barley and grain) cocktails.  No food served but they don’t mind if you order in, they’ll even supply the menus.

Conversation area up front, wooden booths to the left, comfortable bar to the right.  Two well lit, unobstructed steel tip boards all the way to the back (not that far) on the right.

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  • I got a good feel from your brief descrption that it’s a friendly bar for young professionals. Also, with the cricket tournament, there’s a social energy, making it a true “local” pub.

  • I made it over to the Little Bar a couple of weeks ago for the cricket tournament, but wasn’t too impressed with the board setup.

    The boards aren’t very good (SportsCraft?), are thick-wired and in poor lighting. Add concrete floors to that equation and you’ve got bent/broken shafts thanks to bounce-outs.

    The bartender must use the door between the throw line and the bar on a semi-regular basis, interrupting your game every now and again. Granted, the bartender’s a great guy, I don’t want to accidentally shoot him in the cheek.

    I recommended better boards (such as the DMI Bandit or Unicorn Radius) and rubber mats. Granted, this place has good people and is a great hangout, just know the board setup could be a lot better.

  • Your obviously well informed comments are really appreciated.  Sometimes I’m so happy to see that there is a steel tip board that I just pass that along, knowing the conditions for actual play make the site much more useful.  Thanks, again.

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