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Bigfoot Lodge
Today 5:00 pm – 2:00 am
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3172 Los Feliz Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90039
3172 Los Feliz BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90039
$$BarToday 5:00 pm – 2:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSunday 5:00 pm – 2:00 am
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Lively bar with Yellowstone-like decor that serves novelty drinks & hosts events, such as bingo.- Google
"Great Smokey-the-bear meets dive bar atmosphere."
"On the one hand they have one of the best everyday happy hours (5-9."
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2 months ago
My friends and I stopped at this bar just to check it out, it has a cool look to it. My friends didn't want to stay though, but I felt bad to sit then leave so I bought a Shirley temple and tipped the bar tender. After escorting my very drunk friends out of the bar (I was the sober friend) we went to eat and I took them home. On arriving at one friends home we realized she left her wallet behind. My friend need to get to bed so I put her to bed but she needed her wallet in the morning and so I said I would go see if they would give it too me. Now I know that 99% of the time the person has to get their own wallet but I was hopping the bartender might have remembered me and the group of drunk girls. I get to the place at 2:45 AM (roughly) and was thinking they were closed, but the door was not locked. So I stepped in and found three people sitting at the bar. Thinking they were employees I asked about the wallet and I quickly realized they were customers who were STILL drinking. They directed me to the bartender sitting at the other end and called for him. As I started to cross the bar he yelled "You have to leave" I was confused and he yelled again "Get out, you can't just walk in here" at this I said a bit confused the door was open. He continued not exactly yelling but in a raised voice telling me to leave in not so nice ways. I just replied politely that my friend forgot her wallet and I was wondering if they had it. He then asked if it was my wallet. When I said no he started back in his raised voice saying I had to leave (not so nice) and she would have to come get it. I tried to ask if he could just check and make sure they had it, but he cut me off and continued in his very unpleasant manor. So after my very long night taking car of drunk friends, I got yelled at by a bartender who wouldn't even listen to me and for something at wasn't my fault. I didn't leave the door unlocked and he was still serving at least three different people. I don't care that I couldn't get the wallet, but I do care about being disrespected and yelled at. It's now 4:05 so that was a big rude waste of my time. I will never be taking anyone to this place again, nor will I recommend it, and I will encourage everyone to drink else where.
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Michael Silva
4 months ago
Love the music , drinks and decor
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Jeannette G.
a year ago
I am ambivalent about this place. On the one hand they have one of the best everyday happy hours (5-9). On the other hand, it is overly hipster. And, the two simply cannot go hand in hand. The drinks: From good to bad. The first drink that was made for me was on par with the best I've had. Yet, my second drink was haphazardly concocted and as such was not great. Why the discrepancy, I do not know. The ambiance: It was great at first when very few people were there at around 8pm. Mostly individuals holding booth for their later to arrive friends. At around 9:30 p.m. the place started to fill mostly with regulars - groups that seemed to know each other. The worst was having to contend with one gal dressed in a moose print dress wearing a Davy Crockett hat shrieking at the site of everyone she knew. If I ever do come again, it shall be between the hours of 5 and 9.
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Albert Lee
a year ago
A very chill and relaxing lounge, you'll find yourself feeling like you're inside a warm cozy cabin after a long snowboarding trip. I came here for the maple bacon old fashioned drink, and I must say, I wasn't disappointed. The drink has all the properties of an old fashioned drink, but it has a strong maple bacon flavor which makes it very unique. If you're a fan of old fashioned's like I am, you must try the maple bacon old fashioned!!
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amir white
6 months ago
Not a Bad bar. The bar tenders tend to know what they're doing and they serve novelty drinks, but the crowd has turned distinctly hipster so if that's not your thing then you may want to go elsewhere. Also the smell from the LA river can on occasion be absolutely overpowering with no reason I have yet been able to discern. When that happens its bad enough that you'll want to leave
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Backstage Gabe
5 months ago
Wear your park ranger uniform 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟One of the most unique fun and live bars in LA.🍺Lots of cool people here. 💃 Good music here too 🎶🎵
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Diana Wei
a year ago
Happy hour EVERYDAY 5P-9P!!! Includes old fashion! Super chill place. No dress code, even flip flops allowed. Near Griffith Park. No where crowded or empty on the Saturday night. Cabin lodge theme. Good amount of booths. Reminds me of Liquid Kitty in SM but themed, and more open space. Chill vibe. Beer night.
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tori holder
a year ago
I typically love theme bars/ venues, and the live music was good, however, if immense amounts of taxidemy scares/ offends you, pretty much the last place you want to be.