Burbank is known as the media capital of the world. But the star-studded area also boasts a few bars that deserve their own stage. From craft beers to artisan food, movies aren’t the only goods being made around here. Check out these seven bars in the area.
Tony’s Darts Away
When it comes to finding a place that can please all types of customer, Tony’s Darts Away comes in at number one. If the sweet and spicy camote fries or the street meat sausages don’t tempt you, then the California craft beers will surely do the trick. With 38 craft beers on tap that are constantly rotating, there’s a guarantee that you’ll find a favorite craft beer at Tony’s Darts Away.
If looking for a fun experience on your next bar crawl, Tinhorn Flats Saloon and Grill has an all-encompassing vibe that you can’t find just anywhere. The exterior and interior boast Western-style decor with swinging front doors and a wooden facade. The onion rings here are to die for as are the fried jalepeño chips.
Save some pesos for lunch at Los Amigos Restaurant Bar and Grill. The michiladas are some of the best in town, along with the tableside guacamole and bean dip. The service makes the place even better, with attentive and friendly employees. Be warned, the margaritas served here are not for lightweights.
For cheese lovers, the blue deluxe burger or the blue cheese haystack at Simmzy’s are absolute must-tries. Otherwise, the fish tacos are also a big hit at Simmzy’s Pub. The service is fast and friendly, and the craft beer is also not to be missed, with a great selection on tap.
The Hollywood Way BBQ is a sports bar with great food. Flatscreen TV’s can be found just about anywhere you look, and if you ask for the remote, you can watch whatever you want. Food portions are huge, stretching your dollar pretty far. The bacon wrapped jalepeños are delicious, and the burgers are a top contender for the best in Burbank.
The Snug is a hidden gem of Burbank thanks to its owner Steve, its charming staff, it’s cozy atmosphere. The small Irish pub brings about a laid-back atmosphere, reasonable prices, and a jukebox that plays just about any song you can think of. Pretzels and goldfish are among some of the atypical bar snacks served. Folks keep coming back thanks to the good, cheap drinks.
When looking for a place to host a large group, The Blue Room is nothing but accommodating. It’s never too crowded for anyone looking for a low key vibe, and there’s also a nice outdoor patio with heating lamps.