Bottom Of The Barrel

Like most establishments in South LA, the outside of the bar isn’t particularly auspicious; it’s located in a strip mall between a tattoo parlor and a laundry mat. Inside, the light is dim, and the central decorating motif comes from the name of the bar: each of the bar’s ten tables are made of whiskey barrels, with two or three black vinyl barstools to each. The bar itself is also a wooden counter atop several connected half-barrels. The decor is simple, or rather non-existent; two of the brick walls have 32” flat screens for watching sports. The alcohol and food selection is simple and basic; despite its unpromising name, the service is good, and the food and drinks reasonable and satisfying.

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