If you've ever played Cards Against Humanity, you know that the filthy, politically incorrect (yet hilarious) fill-in-the-blanks game is much better with alcohol. Which means there's nobody better to play against than an entire bar full of booze-fueled opponents. Stop by Wolf & Crane in Little Tokyo every Wednesday night from 9 to 11 to take part in L.A.'s best alternative to the pub quiz. Host Dan — also known as Hipster Satan — spins old-school tunes, delivers hilarious commentary and hands out prizes such as flavored condoms, 1990s one-hit-wonder cassettes and free drinks. It helps that the Little Tokyo watering hole has an amazing selection of Japanese whiskeys and other craft spirits, a long list of mostly California beers and some really tasty, highball-style cocktails. If you get hungry, you can snag a bag of Japanese potato chips for two bucks or order delivery from the Pitfire Pizza just up the street. —Jason Horn

336 E. Second St., Little Tokyo, 90012. (213) 935-8249, wolfandcranebar.com.

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