Owners Olivia Maki and Mike Reis are on a mission to educate people about cider. Their shop offers 113 craft varietals from around the world by the bottle and 10 ciders on draft.
Neighbors and customers of a nearby family-owned coffee shop lost a battle in 2014 to prevent the opening of this Starbucks. The indy business shuttered, and now the Starbucks will too.
This new German gastropub serves beer and Teutonic fare, like schnitzel, spaetzle and currywurst and fries.
These cozy, boozy hot seasonal cocktails — flavored with nutty and spicy flavors — will warm you up from the inside out.
Owner Jamshied Basseri is a huge part of the charm of this café-specialty store that specializes in a range of dishes from throughout the Mediterranean.
This Temescal watering hole with a loyal, diverse clientele, was a sports bar before sports bars were a thing.
Expect wine and drinks featuring vermouth and other wine-based bitters, as well as a menu of snacks.
Locally sourced organic flowers — not grapes — make Free Range Flower Winery's drinkable and refreshing small-batch wines.
The new digs will allow the Japanese drink and barware shop to serve alcohol and host tasting events.
After more than year of community backlash, the Anheuser Busch-owned, LA-based brewery has decided not to move forward with turning an empty parking lot into a beer garden.
A series of unfortunate events have come upon this one-woman cider company, but founder Dana Bushouse is dedicated to moving forward.
Bartender and co-owner Jessica Maria does her magic behind the bar.