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Top 10 Bars With the Hottest Women in L.A.

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Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 8:00 AM
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Quantifying the best of anything is a dicey endeavor. Whether it be dive bars or gay bars or strip clubs, the best places for you will, of course, depend on your taste. (Many of these lists will be available via the Weekly's new "Best Of" mobile app, by the way).

When we wrote about the "10 Bars Most Likely to Get You Laid in L.A." we were called out and questioned a lot in the comments section, with attractiveness of patrons the biggie. We never promised Victoria's Secret Angels or David Beckham look-alikes, folks.

We're not making any guarantees with this list, either. Some guys like earthy natural beauties, some like tattooed punkettes, some dig curvy Latinas, while many are into lanky blondes. (Were you thinking of the Stones' song "Some Girls," too?) Being genetically - or surgically - blessed is one thing, and in L.A., there's a bounty of both. But "hot" is ultimately about attitude, heart and mind; how you carry yourself and put yourself together.

Still, as the Weekly's nightlife prowler-at-large, we do tend to notice a predominance of pretty things at certain night spots. Since we shoot a weekly slideshow, we have to be on the lookout, after all. The following bars always seem to have gal gaggles with moxie and allure - L.A. women we like to look at and boys go to the bars to meet in the first place.

Note: This one's about celebrating allure, not objectifying. Please refrain from the anonymous hater comments, unless you're an ugly, lonely loser who knows you could never, EVER get any of these babes in real life, even with lame lines and tons of liquor. And ladies, a list of hot boy bars is coming soon...

10. W Hotel (Living Room Lounge)

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It's a no-brainer. Hotels always have hotties, and if the hotel is trendy and visually appealing, the guests usually follow suit. Unlike the rooftop mayhem of Drai's, which can be random on weekends, the W Hotel's Living Room Lounge attracts a more exclusive, usually sexy and sophisticated scene queen.

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