Bar Lubitsch is a neighborhood Russian-themed vodka bar with bartenders and waitresses in interesting and themed red Soviet uniforms. There is no freezer in this bar but they still have an extensive vodka list with delicious and unique vodka cocktails.
It’s only fitting that a Russian restaurant would be a place to get some of the best vodka around. As you’re dining on authentic Russian cuisine like chicken tabaka, as well as more traditional items like filet mignon medallions, make sure to take a shot of vodka here. Options include horseradish vodka, raspberry vodka, cranberry vodka, pepper garlic vodka and lemon vodka.
Musso and Frank Grill opened in 1919 and is the oldest restaurant in Hollywood. The movers and shakers of the Hollywood entertainment industry would make deals here as they sipped on the famous Musso martinis. So if you want to taste a classic, historical and timeless martini (gin or vodka) this is definitely the place to go.
Internationally known, award-winning Chef Jose Andres brought The Bazaar to Los Angeles with the unique food. However, their cocktails deserve recognition too. While Musso and Frank represents history, The Bazaar’s cocktails reminds you of the future with their use of innovative molecular gastronomy techniques. Don’t expect to find a regular olive in your martini. Their “New Way” Dirty Martini comes with olive “spherification”… it looks and tastes like one but with intense flavor as you consume it. Other unique drinks include their “Magic” Mojito made with fresh cotton candy.