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Birds and Bees

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207 S Broadway B - Basement, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3609
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maria wrote a review Jan 2020
Simi Valley, California251 contributions5 helpful votes
Bartenders are so cool here and are happy to explain the drinks and help you decide on one that’s right for you
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Creeping_Death_LA wrote a review Oct 2019
Los Angeles, California3,696 contributions392 helpful votes
If you are looking for something different check out this speakeasy style bar where you have to find it. There are no signs outside you locate it by looking to the ground for a honeycomb next to the sidewalk. You then enter through a parking lot all the way in the back. The bartenders are very nice and patient and they offer unique drinks.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Steve Lewis wrote a review May 2018
Washington DC, District of Columbia954 contributions153 helpful votes
The place is not easy to find out. At the end of a outdoor parking lot, a bouncer will nicely ask you your ID (even if you are closer to retirement than from university graduation). Then you take a small staircase, going down and walk through a narrow lighted corridor. No noise, no possibility to see thru the windows, no one to welcome you inside .... strange feeling The style is very nice, extreme attention to details. The waiters are strange and nice, and this fits well with the ambiance. Cocktails are amazing, pure creation. The bar starts to fill in from 11:00 onwards, attracting many regular group of friends. It was an amazing place
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Velvet D wrote a review Oct 2017
Los Angeles, California157 contributions41 helpful votes
Went here with a few friends and had a fantastic experience. The drinks are absolutely amazing, we loved the decor, everyone was super friendly, and, as if that's not enough, it has a secret entrance in the back of a nondescript parking lot! What more could anyone ask for? Our group ordered a variety of their specialty cocktails so we could sample each other's drinks and honestly, they were all spectacular. The "Patsy Cline" was my personal favorite, but the "Lucille Ball", "Desi Arnaz", and "Ella Fitzgerald" were fabulous as well. I would highly recommend checking out Birds and Bees next time you're "out on the town" with friends. In fact, the entrance is so hidden, your friends will be impressed that you even found the place!
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Date of experience: October 2017
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