LA's classiest bar is also the toughest to get into. This invite only bar—climb the stairs to the mezzanine floor from Montage Beverly Hills' famed Scarpetta restaurant—is dedicated to one thing: Scotch, namely Macallan. Sure, there are other spirits brown and otherwise on offer, but the reason to visit this posh bar is the hard to find selection of Macallan Single Malts. Browse the list of Sherry Oak, fine oak, Highland Park and "old & rare" bottles aged 15 and up to 64 years. Then, there's the ice. Your barman rolls out a cart of chilling options that include kold-draft cubes, soapstone rocks, a water ball made from water from the Highland Springs and, finally, the ice sphere with the house £10 logo. Lounge for at least a couple hours with a date—opt for the fireside outdoor patio—or with the boys. With top-notch selects and service, you can also expect some of the best cocktails around. We swear by the Jimmy Mac, made with Macallan 18-year, Benedictine, Averna and bitters—and a good ol' Old Fashioned. The price tag for this one-of-a-kind experience? Expect to dish out $30-55 for cocktails and up to $6400 for a single malt pour.