L.A.'s Best Dive Bars 

Lina Lecaro
"Rules of the Bar" sign at the Beacon in Inglewood.
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In the new book "Los Angeles's Best Dive Bars - Drinking and Diving in the City of Angels," (Ig Publishing) out next month, Lina Lecaro explores the much debated definition of dive bar and offers reviews of�over 100 of the city�s liveliest, lowlife n' liquor-soaked landmarks. Read about�ten of her faves this week in "Cruisin' for a Boozin'." Here, an advance peak at �some of these and more from the upcoming boozer bible.
Published on April 28, 2010


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