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Photograph: Jeremy Lucido courtesy of Precinct

Time Out says

This space for leather, lipstick and bears jettisons WeHo for Downtown, just a few blocks from the Ace Hotel. The self-dubbed “rock and roll gay bar” serves as a cool update for a turn-of-the-century building that once housed the Department of Corrections by going classic in decor—exposed brick, lots of black and a red arrow above the door to mark the spot. The expansive 8,500 sq ft second-floor space includes a bar, dance floor, performance space and its best feature—a wrap-around terrace with commanding views that feels more Bourbon Street than DTLA, and serves as the perfect place for a Sunday beer bust.

Written by
Erika Stalder


357 S Broadway
Los Angeles
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 5pm-2am; Sat-Sun 3pm-2am
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