The Townhouse | Venice/ Marina del Rey | Music Venues | Music
Loading...
Established in 1915, this Venice bar is always hopping -- with a line out the door most weekend nights and both floors filled with revelers. Live bands frequently play in the dark, uber-cool basement, which is also known as the Del Monte Speakeasy. Both upstairs and down, the bartenders can get you a basic whiskey on the rocks or shake up a classic cocktail like a Negroni or a Manhattan.

Related Best Of

  • Best Of Arts & Entertainment

    Best Comedy Show Below Sea Level

    Venice Underground Comedy Show at The Townhouse

    While the gritty, funky Venice Boardwalk is just yards away and the scruffy aura of counter-culture icons from Jim Morrison to Perry Farrell to a thousand skateboarding, bongo-playing, poetry-reciting characters surrounds the place, downstairs in the Townhouse is surprisingly nice — in the loungey, lush, golden-hued manner of classic Hollywood...

    MORE INFO

Related Stories

  • Happy Repeal Day! Here's Where to Celebrate Your Freedom to Imbibe
  • Happy Repeal Day! Here's Where to Celebrate Your Freedom to Imbibe

    On December 5, 1933, America got to drink again. The country had been dry for 12 years due to Prohibition, but FDR thought that it was time for a change.   His famous comment — " I think this would be a good time for a beer" — sums it...
    • Dec 5, 2014
  • Repeal Day Specials: Where to Celebrate the End of Prohibition
  • Repeal Day Specials: Where to Celebrate the End of Prohibition

    What do FDR, Utah and booze have in common? If you guessed Repeal Day you'd be correct. On Dec. 5, 1933, Prohibition, or the 18th Amendment -- that dark swathe of government-mandated alcoholic abstinence which lasted 14 years -- was officially repealed with the deciding vote coming from the state...
    • Dec 5, 2013
  • Best Comedy Show Below Sea Level

    Venice Underground Comedy Show at The Townhouse
    • Oct 4, 2012

Map

Now Trending

Nearby