Bars with Private Rooms for Rent in Los Angeles, CA

Bars with Private Rooms for Rent in Los Angeles, CA

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Top Bars with Private Rooms in Los Angeles, CA

The City of Angels is full of great bars with private rooms, suitable for a wide range of occasions from birthday celebrations to going-away parties. For fine food, cocktails and mocktails - all on a smaller scale - the bars with private rooms in Los Angeles will knock your socks off. And we can definitely promise that no two parties are ever the same in LA. Sounds like something good? We’ve tracked down the best bars with private rooms Los Angeles has to offer, so have a look at our listings and book a private space on Tagvenue in just a few seconds!

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Bars with Private Rooms Rental Guide

With gorgeous weather all year round and its endless entertainment options, Los Angeles is one of the best party cities in the world! This is why it goes without saying that you will uncover fabulous bars wherever you go, whether it’s Santa Monica, Beverly Hills or Downtown LA. You already know that there are plenty of places with private rooms, but what about the refreshments? We’ve listed some of the most popular ones below!

Top 9 most popular cocktails to order in a bar:

  • Margaritas

Margaritas earned their way into drinkers’ hearts a while ago and they’ve remained there til this day. How do you prepare the best? First, choose some high-quality tequila - we highly recommend blanco made from 100% blue agave. Use fresh lime juice to experience a truly authentic Margarita. And last but not least, add some Triple sec, a sweetened alcoholic beverage with orange flavoring. Once everything is in the cocktail shaker, add some ice and shake until well-chilled. Serve it with a salted rim and a small splash of simple syrup.

  • Cosmopolitan

For a few years, the Cosmopolitan may have been the most popular cocktail in America. Why so? It became a regular in the “Sex and the City” series, so naturally everyone wanted to sip Cosmos as elegantly as Carrie Bradshaw. What else made the “Cosmo” a timeless classic? The simple ingredients and the classic combination of vodka, orange liqueur, lime juice and cranberry juice. All you need to do is put those ingredients into a cocktail shaker, add ice and shake until chilled. You can also serve cosmopolitans with a lime wedge.

  • Negroni

A Negroni, the classic Italian cocktail, is as refreshing as it gets. The cocktail manages to be both sophisticated and simple. Its ideal for anyone who likes something on the bitter side. We recommend you use equal parts of each ingredient to achieve liquid perfection. How do you make a truly spectacular Negroni though? As we already said, it’s very simple. Pour dry gin, Campari and vermouth rosso into an ice-filled glass, stir and relish the delicious cocktail!

  • Moscow Mule

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear “Moscow Mule”? The copper mug, obviously. The Moscow Mule is a classic vodka-based cocktail that is not only delicious but also very refreshing. And the recipe is not that complicated either. You need to fill the mug (or any other glass if you don’t have a Moscow Mule mug at home) with ice, then add vodka and freshly squeezed lime juice. Top the cocktail with chilled ginger beer, add some lime as garnish and get ready to taste something spectacular!

  • Martini

There is no more classic cocktail than the Martini. However, countless mixologists take this drink in new directions. The classic Dry Martini is the standard among all of the recipes and various directions, from the 50/50 Martini that combines in equal parts gin and dry vermouth, to the Perfect Martini which is a mix of the sweet and dry vermouth. In case you’re interested in mixing one yourself, here’s a quick recipe: add the gin or vodka, vermouth, olive brine to a mixing glass filled with ice, stir until it’s well chilled and voila!

  • Whiskey Sour

The Whiskey Sour is one of the oldest cocktails - it has satisfied thirsty drinkers for more than 1500 years. The cocktail was traditionally made with whiskey, lemon juice, sugar and egg white. Today the egg is optional but it’s common to find bars serving the traditional mix. As we’re already on the topic of the recipe, each person has their own preferences and prepares the Whiskey Sour slightly differently. The most popular recipe involves 3 main ingredients: bourbon whiskey, lemon juice, and simple (or maple) syrup. You can always add some ice and garnish to make the drink spectacular.

  • Manhattan 

Created in the mid-1800s, the Manhattan is one of the most iconic and beloved cocktails. A classic Manhattan is made with just three key ingredients: whiskey, vermouth and bitters. Some bartenders garnish the glass with cherries or a lemon peel. There is no “one” recipe to create a tasty Manhattan cocktail: you can always play around with the liquor choice or the flavor of the bitters you’re using. Manhattans are usually prepared in a cocktail shaker and served in a chilled glass - be it a classic martini glass, coupe, or short rock style glass.

  • Mimosa

If you’re looking for a light, fizzy and easy to sip cocktail, there is no better choice than a classic mimosa. It’s a simple bubbly cocktail made with sparkling wine and orange juice. Don’t waste your precious champagne bottle on mimosas - they actually taste better when made with dry sparkling wine. We recommend you go for a Spanish Cava or Italian Prosecco - both delicious sparkling wines that mix well with juice. When it comes to juice, buy the pulp-free orange one, or squeeze it yourself ahead of the party so that it can be chilled for a while and ready to be served cold. The perfect ratio of sparkling wine and orange juice is completely up to you. We suggest you start from 50/50 and work it out from there.

  • Aperol Spritz

Bright orange in color, this combination of sweet liqueur and white wine or fizzy Prosecco, Aperol Spritz is a refreshing cocktail with a bitter-sweet aftertaste. Aperol is the infusion of herbs and roots with two of its most distinctive flavors being orange and rhubarb, creating an incredibly light liqueur. There are plenty of ways that mixologists prepare their signature Aperols but the classic mix that everyone knows is Prosecco and soda water. What about the perfect ratio? Many believe that 3:2:1 (Prosecco:Aperol:soda) is the way to go, while others are in favor of the 50/50 method.

In the City of Angels you will be able to taste some spectacular cocktails prepared by well-qualified mixologists and made from the finest ingredients. Don’t wait any longer and book a fantastic bar even today!

FAQs about Bars with Private Rooms in Los Angeles, CA

What kind of parties can I throw in a bar with a private room?

There are plenty of parties that you can throw in a bar with a private room if you need even more privacy. These venues are fun spots for hosting birthday parties, surprise parties, anniversaries of all sorts and milestone celebrations with closest friends. If that’s your idea of a fantastic bachelorette or bachelor party, why not throw it in a bar as well? Some venues offer a bigger capacity and therefore you don’t have to limit your guest list to only 5 of your closest friends. You could also throw a bigger celebration, such as a going-away party, if you’re moving to a different place and you won’t be able to see your friends for weeks.

How much does it cost to rent a bar with a private room in LA?

Los Angeles has plenty of bars with adjoining private rooms of all sizes. Many places charge per person with prices starting at $32 and going up to $55. If you wish to rent the space for the whole day or just the evening, rental fees per session range from $1500 to $2500. Hourly rates in the City of Angels average around $500 per hour. (Based on data from Tagvenue.)

Where in Los Angeles can I find the best bars with private rooms?

There are quite a few areas in LA that are home to fantastic bars with adjoining private rooms. Santa Monica’s beachside venues offer amazing experiences in their adjacent bars or private rooms. You could also explore Beverly Hills and its variety of venues, from sophisticated spaces to urban ones. If you’re on the lookout for somewhere cool, yet affordable, there are quite a few spots in West Hollywood that are ideal for imbibing and partying. Downtown LA has colorful and unique places to host any type of event, from small bars to mysterious speakeasies.

What are some of the best bars with private rooms in Los Angeles?

If you’re overwhelmed with the wide variety of venues you could rent in LA, we have written down some of our recommendations for you to have a look at and get inspired by:

  • Side Room at Jalapeno Pete's - Get ready for authentic Mexican dishes, private bar service, and a patio just for yourselves! This venue in Studio City will exceed all your expectations.
  • Playa Hermosa Fish & Oyster Co. - If you happen to stop by Hermosa Beach, you must visit this modern bar with a private area just feet away from the sand and with a gorgeous sunset view!

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