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A bangin’ juke box, stiff drinks, and a circular bar setup give single people all the right commodities to have enough liquid courage to talk to the hottie across the way.
And who knows, if things go really well, maybe you’ll get to take him/her into the photo booth for an intimate moment or outside for some delicious, out-of-this-world BBQ from the always-there cart.
LA can be a bear for single people to navigate: the city is enormous, online dating apps are terrible, and if you've spent a lot of time focusing on your own neighborhood, then you're just running into (and hooking up with) the same people over (and over) (and over) again.
That's why we've got this cheat-sheet of great bars for meeting single people at.
This speakeasy exudes a casual, house party-like atmosphere thanks to darkly lit hallways, comfy couches, and an outdoor patio with hammocks, ample seating and spiked sno-cones from the old-school camper posted up out back; there's plenty to talk about with whomever you meet there -- and a dance floor busting out old-school hits if you want to take it to the next-ish level.
Seven Grand also hides the sorta-secret bar The Jackalope in the back if you want to change locations without really changing locations.
This dimly lit dive has a dingy dance floor with vibrant music, meaning whatever happens on the dance floor hopefully doesn’t stay there.
Thankfully, there’s also a photo booth where you can find some privacy with your new fling.
Befitting its location, this raw, rock-feeling bar is equipped with a stellar guitar-leaning jukebox and roomy leather booths that open themselves up to group getting-to-know-yous or secluded face-sucking.