Maybe you're a '70s kid with fond memories of 8-tracks and roller rinks. Or maybe you're 21 and just like to wear bell-bottoms. Either way, L.A. has the perfect hangout for you: Good Times at Davey Wayne's in Hollywood. Step through the refrigerator door that's the gateway to this bar and immediately you're whisked back to the disco era. Except this place isn't a disco party at all — and that's a good thing. Instead, it's set up to look like a house your parents probably partied in, complete with bad carpeting, weird-colored furniture and tchotchkes galore. The back patio carries the theme outside, with a look so retro you half expect someone to serve you ambrosia salad with your alcoholic snow cone. (Yes, they have alcoholic snow cones.) But the best thing about Good Times at Davey Wayne's is the music: stuff like ELO, Alice Cooper and, on a good night, maybe even the Wonder Woman theme.

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