Party Earth Review Part hipster hangout and part date spot – but mostly just cool semi-Asian-style neighborhood watering hole – 4100 Bar offers the perfect mix of frisky patrons and great martinis. Flickering lanterns, a life-size Buddha... ... read full review
1087 Manzanita Street
Los Angeles, CA 90029
Silver Lake, Los Angeles –
Part hipster hangout and part date spot – but mostly just cool semi-Asian-style neighborhood watering hole – 4100 Bar offers the perfect mix of frisky patrons and great martinis.
Flickering lanterns, a life-size Buddha, and purple and red silk canopies create a seductive atmosphere for the vintage shirt set that steps through the red curtains, while a long central bar provides an outpost for young professionals intent on scoping out the packed crowd reflected in the mirrors above them.
Animated groups of twenty-something alternative types tend to huddle around tables or lounge on the leather banquette to indulge in lively conversation, as couples looking for more privacy slip into the booths on the opposite side of the bar.
Fairly mellow early on, the bar hits its stride late at night when the tipsy throngs of sociable patrons start getting into some flirty schmoozing and boisterous fun to a jukebox soundtrack of hip-hop and indie rock.
Usually standing room only after 11pm, 4100 Bar is a great party place for talkative types looking for an upbeat night in a neighborhood hideaway.
Hip young professionals, alternative types, and hipsters, 20s to early 30s.
Jukebox with a range of alternative and classic rock, 80s, 90s, and hip-hop.
Beer $6+, wine $7, mixed drinks $5–$7, shots $5.
Casual: tight button-downs, fedoras, skinny jeans, All Stars, flannels, H&M tops.
Fridays and Saturdays for the liveliest and most crowded scene.
Just down the street is Café Stella (3932 West Sunset Boulevard), a great dinner spot before grabbing drinks at 4100.