El Prado

★★★★☆
  • 1805 W Sunset Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90026

    Map & Directions
  • 213-484-6079

About El Prado

Hours
Sat-Sun 2pm-2am, Mon-Fri 6pm-2am

Arts & Entertainment

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Candlelight. Eclectic records spinning. An awesome, ever-changing menu including craft brews, wines, and interesting small dishes. Not exactly fancy, but still kinda sophisticated.

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Candlelight. Eclectic records spinning. An awesome, ever-changing menu including craft brews, wines, and interesting small dishes. Not exactly fancy, but still kinda sophisticated.

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Interesting place. Good food. Not too many hipsters. Bartenders are the best.

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Interesting place. Good food. Not too many hipsters. Bartenders are the best.

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I've lived in Silverlake for a little over two years now and always drive by Sunset on a weekend going out night. I decided to get off of my lazy butt and try some of these places out. I came to this place blindly and instantly loved it. I feel its what a tapas bar should be, if I even knew what that was. It has great Beers for decent prices and they offer non traditional bar snacks. Try the cheese plate. It's pretty small, so get there early to get a table or just partition your own space on the cool bar. The bartenders are hot and they play DJ too. Its a place that isn't too hipster with its PBR flowing. I guess its a hipster spot for the really intellectuals.

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★★★★☆

I've lived in Silverlake for a little over two years now and always drive by Sunset on a weekend going out night. I decided to get off of my lazy butt and try some of these places out. I came to this place blindly and instantly loved it. I feel its what a tapas bar should be, if I even knew what that was. It has great Beers for decent prices and they offer non traditional bar snacks. Try the cheese plate. It's pretty small, so get there early to get a table or just partition your own space on the cool bar. The bartenders are hot and they play DJ too. Its a place that isn't too hipster with its PBR flowing. I guess its a hipster spot for the really intellectuals.

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Mitchell Frank, owner of legendary Eastside music dives Spaceland and the Echo, has traded neon signs and Corona posters for orange glass wall panels and heavy oak furniture at his remodeled beer bar. The former…

 

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