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PHOTOGRAPH: CENTER LEFT, CENTER RIGHT: JAKOB N. LAYMAN


BEST RESTAURANT-BAR PROGRAM REDBIRD


The space is stunning, the food is ace and the cocktail menu is a historian’s lush dream. Each drink lists the book (and year) where it was first mentioned, so you know just how OG your drink really is. But the Tobin Shea–designed bar program isn’t all about brains; there’s muscle behind these cocktails, too. Try the KCB: gin, apricot and cumin-spiced kümmel result in a savory flavor profile that meanders between sweet and spicy. For a more traditional gin drink, the Monterey Sour is a comforting cocktail that dates back to 1862 and pairs surprisingly well with Redbird’s gorgeous plates. à 114 E 2nd St (213-788-1191, redbird.la)


RUNNERS-UP: GWEN, HERE’S LOOKING AT YOU, OTIUM


L.A. ICON MUSSO AND FRANK GRILL LOS ANGELES 2017


Open since 1919, Musso and Frank Grill is Hollywood’s oldest restaurant, a steak-and-cocktails joint formerly favored by innumerable celebrities, from silent-movie stars like Charlie Chaplin and Rudolph Valentino to silver-screen icons such as Gary Cooper and Elizabeth Taylor, plus on-and- offscreen lovebirds Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall and even Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio. A staggering list of great writers—including F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Steinbeck and Kurt Vonnegut—also graced the bar here, where you can still order a perfectly concocted dry martini, by far the spot’s biggest claim to fame. Sipping one, you feel the city’s history all around (though that may just be the gin). à 6667 Hollywood Blvd (323-467-7788, mussoandfrank.com)


RUNNERS-UP: COLE’S, TIKI-TI, TONGA HUT DISCOVER!


BEST WINE BAR PRESENTED BY SEGURA VIUDAS


BAR COVELL


Matthew Kaner and Dustin Lancaster, co-owners of this popular Los Feliz bar, focus on small-production, off-the-beaten-path Old World and New World selections from around the globe. The bar stocks wines from both obscure and familiar regions, but not arbitrarily—there’s a story behind every bottle, and the knowledgeable bartenders are happy to tell each tale. Once the bar fills up (and it always does), candles and dim Edison bulbs illuminate a well-dressed neighborhood crowd of laid-back vino buffs. à 4628 Hollywood Blvd (323-660-4400, barcovell.com)


RUNNERS-UP: AUGUS TINE, BAR BANDINI, E S TERS WINE SHOP & BAR


Find more top-notch spots for delicious drinks at timeout.com/labarawards. 29


July 12–October 10, 2017 Time Out Los Angeles


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