Desert 5 Spot

Los Angeles
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Dust off your cowboy boots and head to the rooftop of the new tommie Hollywood hotel. The Western-themed sister to nearby Bar Lis at the Thompson, this 1970s Palm Springs-meets-Pioneertown bar brings a unique Americana vibe to Hollywood. Expect live rock and country music performances, vintage furniture, neon signs, a jukebox, and even line dancing. The 5,000-square-foot, indoor-outdoor bar puts an emphasis on mezcal and tequila cocktails, named in honor of country-rock hits like Achy Breaky Heart and Jolene, while offering 360-degrees views of the nearby Hollywood Hills. There’s even a mechanical bull on select Saturdays.
How to book: Walk-ins only.

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Gracing the rooftop of the newly opened tommie Hollywood hotel is this Pioneertown-meets-Palm Springs, neo-retro spot with jewel-toned vintage furniture and wood paneling on the interior, plus a wraparound patio that offers 360-degree views of the Hollywood Hills. It’s one of your best bets for country western or country rock music in LA, with live bands playing every weekend. And because Desert 5 Spot is in the heart of Hollywood, you’re just as likely to see clubbers in minidresses and stilettos as you are cowboys in Stetsons—making it a prime destination for people-watching. On the beverage side, you’ll see additional nods to country music hits, like Ring of Fire with Bruxo mezcal, prickly pear, lemon, and ginger, and Jolene, a captivating cocktail with El Tesoro tequila, watermelon, strawberry, agave, and lime. There’s also the option to “Make it a Cactus,” or order the bar’s famous Margarita in a cactus-shaped cooler that serves between six and eight people.
How to book: Walk-ins only.

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