Assuming you’re 21-plus, and going to Uber it for the night, here are the top places to check out on your evening outing


What can get better than a daily happy hour for seven hours? It is by far the most convenient bar on a budget, but mostly if your choice of beverage is a beer. They have a selection of about 30 beers on tap, a two-for-one, deal, $6 a pair between noon and 7 p.m. They also have daily drink and food deals following this 7-hour special.On Monday nights, it’s a Budweiser and a burger for $5 and on Wednesdays its 50-cent wings and $5 flavored whiskey. It’s usually buzzing with Glendale locals especially for events like Dodger games and Sunday football.


Micheladas and fried avocado tacos, YUM! Okay to take children and the family, and puppy friendly. It has a garden party type of feel. Awesome food menu and vegan friendly too! It has a variety of beers is a plus, ranging from flavors of Palisades Pineapple to El Nitro Stout. A popular favorite would have to be the Golden Road Hefeweizen and the 329 Lager, which they use for their tasty micheladas. Don’t forget to take photos in the photo booth on your way out!


The bartenders here are mixologists! Just give them the recipe of your favorite drink and they’ll whip it right up. This bar is concentrated on liquor, most famous for their whiskey and craft cocktails. They open at 3 p.m. and run their happy hour from open to 7 p.m. daily, for $2 off all drinks. The ambiance of this bar is lively, they have board games and TVs for all sports and occasions. If you stop by on a Thursday night, you’re in for a throwback Thursday treat, where they feature the all-time favorite cocktails in years past.


Open daily until 2 a.m. and! hHome to 52 beers on tap from all over the world. This pub has a funky old school vibe, and hosts many local independent beers. It’s dark inside, similarly to a dive bar with a pool tables, a jukebox, and a few TV’s, but this definitely isn’t a sports bar. You can bring your own food into the space and they offer free bowls of peanuts.


This is a basement bar, reminiscent of the east coast. Walk through a rather plain entrance and down a couple flights of stairs to enter. Recently renovated from the name Moose Den. College friendly atmosphere with a hang loose vibe. Still a sports-centered place with decent burgers. Super interactive with darts, pool tables, and a variety of board games.


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