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Bar 107

Address
107 West 4th Street Los Angeles CA 90013
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(213) 625-7382
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Mortgage-paying lofters and USC coeds find common ground at quirky downtown juke joint in Banking District.

New York feel with Chicago attitude, Bar 107 is the place... Live Jazz, rock bands and DJ's. Soaring 20ft ceilings, 4 rooms, dance floor, and a photo booth. Finally a place where you can be yourself... If you like to drink then head straight to Bar 107. Plenty of off street parking and if you don't want to drive just take the metro. The stop is Pershing square which is two blocks west of Bar...

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Editorial reviews from the web (5)

Whether you think this Downtown "dive bar for the alterna-set" is "an oasis of real cool" or just another "hipster hangout" will probably depend on how you feel about "weird" decorative touches (e.g. a statue of a rearing stallion in gym socks), "bargain-basement Pabst", "old-school" video games and karaoke; still, it's mostly "down and dirty" fun, with "prices low enough to justify drinking...

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"One bite and you'll be a believer" of Josef Centeno's (Baco Mercat, Ledlow) "inventive", "elevated" takes on Tex-Mex at this Downtown cantina offering "small plates", "large familia"-style entrees and even "secret items not on the menu"; the "rustic" setting gets "tightly packed" and "loud", especially when the "fast, friendly" staffers start pouring "interesting" margs during the "hopping"...

Hoping to build on the success of Baco Mercat, chef Josef Centeno brings the Tex-Mex cuisine his great-grandma, grandma, and ma cooked back in San Antonio to Downtown eaters. Open for lunch and dinner, but serves breakfast items (breakfast tacos, huevos rancheros, and migas) for lunch. Real lunch and dinner standouts include mom's green enchiladas, chile shrimp ceviche, and puffy tacos.

Red room! Red room! We knew The Score and are happy to see it go. Edison rejects unite! Wild bar of so many strange curios provides pad for local artists being squeezed East. Ironic tees, grungy hats, and malevolent stares a must on pencil-mustache-thin patio. Don't shave either. Do come for punk, rap, and rock on the ones and twos, plus live jazz on Mondays. Candlelight and booths in four...

Mortgage-paying lofters and USC coeds find common ground at quirky downtown juke joint in Banking District.

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An unassuming storefront entry gives way to a long bar area under 20-foot tiled ceilings with chandeliers, Mao-red walls and taxidermy deer heads. On crisscross plaid flooring,...

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Bar Ama is one of Chef Joseph Centeno's restaurants in DTLA (the others are Orsa & Winston, Ledlow and Baco Mercato).

Impressed to varying degrees by Bacco Mercat, Orsa & Winston, as well as Ledlow it was to Josef Centeno’s Bar Ama that the group turned for late Saturday lunch, but between balmy temperatures, agonizingly slow service, and a thumping soundtrack that reminds one more of a Las Vegas nightclub than an upscale Mexican restaurant there really was not much worth seeing at 118 West 4th Street, least...

Went here after the Downtown Artwalk.

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Make reservations! ....but if you're like me and you didn't, you can sit at the bar. *whew*

First off, the restaurant is dim but very lively and the service is great. Everyone is very attentive and welcoming. Drinks are pretty delicious -- I like spicy drinks so I got "The Nacho". It was sweet and had a spicy after taste. I would definitely get it again. If you like smokey-spicy, get the La...

This was a fun place for dinner with friends (saw some people on date night though)! The cauliflower small plate was amazing and their guacamole was delicious! Dishes with broccolini, chicken, shrimp fajitas, etc show the versatility of American flavors! Drinks are delicious and the rice pudding was AMAZING!!! Not in the best part of downtown though, definitely a driving/drop off situation.

Business description (2)

Bar 107 is located at 107 107 W 4th, Los Angeles, CA. This location is in the Florence - Graham neighborhood. This business specializes in Bars, Pubs, & Clubs.

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Where to Sit: Groups of five or more should call ahead with a credit card to reserve one of the larger booths for private parties and special events.

Parking: Snagging a spot can be a bit difficult on downtown streets, but there's public parking underneath Pershing Square for a flat rate after 5pm.

Where to Sit

Groups of five or more should call ahead with a credit card to reserve one of the larger booths for private parties and special events.

When to Go

The bar features a Tuesday happy hour from 8pm to 10pm, with weekly drink specials.

Parking

Snagging a spot can be a bit difficult on downtown streets, but there's public parking underneath Pershing Square for a flat rate after 5pm.

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