No Room for Quiet in this Cocktail Library, A book-lined cocktail bar in Los Angeles

Cosy, yet opening up to the night sky and bright lights of Hollywood, The Library is the perfect cocktail bar.  Nestled in The Redbury hotel at the famous intersection of Hollywood and Vine, Los Angeles – this cocktail lounge presents a private space to escape the glitz of Hollywood and enjoy a casual night with friends. 

The Library cocktail bar is part indoor lounge, part outdoor courtyard.  On the inside, guests will discover lush leather chairs, a professional grade pool table, and walls lined with books from famous authors.  This comfy and casual space is ideal for sipping a refreshing beverage or sinking deep into the chapters of a great American classic.

Footsteps away, the lush leather chairs are replaced by lush green gardens.  Fresh air and Hollywood lights permeate the sky as guests mingle and relax amidst bohemian charm.  Many guests will order up a custom cocktail and savour delicious Mediterranean cuisine from The Redbury’s restaurant, Cleo.

After a playful evening, guests retreat to the stunning suites of The Redbury for a relaxing night’s sleep.  The Rebury is an exclusive boutique hotel featuring boho chic décor and all of the amenities required to make each room the perfect home away from home.

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Situated in the stunning Redbury Hotel at the heart of Hollywood, it’s easy to forget that Los Angeles is, in fact, in a desert climate.  Embracing the natural flora of the region, the mixologists at The Library present their signature cocktail, the Tequila Old Fashioned.  This warming beverage combines agave cactus juice with Tequila Aňejo, orange bitters, angostura bitters, and an orange twist.  The result is a strictly southern California beverage with a refreshing finish.

Alexander Ryll
I have been collecting cocktail recipes and collating a list of my personal favourite hotel bars for the last ten years. If you have a hotel bar you would like to recommend click on 'Add A Hotel Bar' on the menu.
Alexander Ryll

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