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Drinking Edited by Kate Wertheimer timeout.com/los-angeles/bars @kate_em_up Good Times at Davey Wayne’s


Drink your dessert


Get your inner child buzzed with these cocktail treats. By Danny Jensen


Playa Provisions


ONE OF THE top perks of being a grown- up? Indulging in our favorite childhood treats as often as we want—oh, and spiking them with alcohol. L.A.’s summer drinking trend has the city’s best bars serving boozy dessert cocktails, taking inspiration from the frozen treats we devoured as kids.


Push pops at Break Room 86 After finding the secret entrance to this


radical, ’80s-themed Houston Brothers bar, hit the vintage ice cream truck in the back for some boozy push pops. The frozen mai tai is made with Denizen rum, L’Orgeat, blood orange and lime juice, and the root- beer-float version boasts Old Forester bourbon, Art in the Age root liqueur, Amaro Montenegro and coconut milk. à 630 S Ardmore Ave (213-368-3056, breakroom86.com)


Michelada pop at Diablo The signature Diablo pops at this modern


taco joint come in a cold mug of beer rimmed with chili de árbol and gray sea salt. Choose your favorite Mexican beer, then opt for the classic michelada with a tomato-lime pop, or get wild with yuzu-jalapeño or passion-fruit– cayenne versions. à 3129 Sunset Blvd (323-666-4666, diablotacos.com)


SHARE! 35 Boozy snow cone at Good Times


at Davey Wayne’s Grab a backyard hammock at this ’70s- themed bar and kick back with a spiked snow cone. Try the Thyme Lord with thyme- infused vodka, Chareau and cranberry-clove syrup; the Thunderbird with bourbon, orgeat and grapefruit cordial; or the Great Gazoo with cognac, crème de menthe, crème de cacao, cashew milk and condensed milk. à 1611 N El Centro Ave (323-962-3804, goodtimesatdaveywaynes.com)


Sticky Fingers at Michael’s Perfectly smooth and refreshing, this


spot-on version of an orange Creamsicle


combines farmers’-market–fresh tangelo juice, clementine-based Vapid vodka, Combier citrus liqueur and vanilla syrup, which is then topped with a fluffy froth of whipping cream, egg white and soda and sprinkled with dehydrated mandarin and orange peels ground with salt. à 1147 3rd St, Santa Monica (310-451-0843, michaelssantamonica.com)


Spiked cereal milk at Nighthawk


Breakfast Bar Have breakfast for dinner at this playful Venice eatery, then wash it down with a spiked cereal-milk cocktail. Choose from flavors like Cinnamon Toast Crunch with spiced rum, Honey Nut Cheerios with bourbon or Cocoa Puffs with vanilla vodka. à 417 Washington Blvd (424-835-4556, nighthawkrestaurants.com)


Beer float at Playa Provisions Various frozen treats are available at


Nighthawk Breakfast Bar


the Small Batch counter inside this multiconcept space. For a frothy summer treat with a kick, order the Maui Coconut Porter with a scoop of house-made coffee ice cream, then go catch the sunset. à 119 Culver Blvd (310-683-5019, playaprovisions.com)


Share your boozy desert porn with us using #timeoutla. July 12–October 10, 2017 Time Out Los Angeles


PHOTOGRAPHS: ROZETTE RAGO


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