Sometimes, you find yourself in a situation in which you found some spots you wanna hit up but have some time to kill before the main event. In anticipation of tots and hookah, Sean and I swung by The Little Easy for a drink.
We got here around 3:30 and it was pretty packed. You walk into a small, dimly-lit bar with an elaborate decor and mardi gras beads scattered throughout. Emphasis on the “Little” in Little Easy, the front room is small. I didn’t see what was in the next room, but I assume a larger seating area for all the tasty southern/creole food they have on the menu. It’s fairly pricey, but if you’re craving some New Orleans eats and vibes, this place is worth checking out.
Anyway, Sean and I just stopped in for a beer and found two seats at the bar. We both ordered the Old World Hefeweizen (and loved it!). My first non-IPA of the day and it did not disappoint. Once we finished up our beers, it was hookah time, so we asked to close out. The bartender asked what we were drinking and poured us half a pint each on the house. I liked this place already, but this kind notion brought me to love it. Maybe I will come back for some southern bites.
Where? 216 W 5th St Los Angeles, CA 90013
Price Range: $15-20
Parking: Haha, good luck