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Jun 23, 2018

EP & LP rooftop bar


1. The bar holds a spectacular view of the Hollywood Hills and the Sunset Strip

2. The bar serves asian inspired street food and hand crafted cocktails

3. you must arrive around 5 on the weekends to get into the bar, or you will be waiting in a line around the corner

4. it is first come first serve, but I highly recommend you to take the time and check out this spot




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