Raise a glass in our Hollywood bar
Don't ever be hungry or thirsty
We raise the bar in this casually stylish social hub where the neighborhood gathers over drinks and snacks. With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the intersection of Argyle and Yucca, the Capitol Records building, and downtown Hollywood, Ever Bar transforms throughout the day; from laidback living room to social bar scene to all-day work hub and after-hours mecca for fashion, music, and other cultural happenings. Enjoy an eclectic cocktail list with enough variety to satisfy all palates – from our culinary driven Riffs on classics ("Drink your Vegetables" Margarita, "Bone Thighs and Harmony" Millionaire or "Bananas in Pajamas" Scorpion) to our Re-issued plays on nostalgic drinks (like a "Sex on the Beach" with vodka, egg white, honey vinegar, and peach jam; or a "Cosmopolitan" with Aquavit, cranberry, sage, rosemary and lime) you're sure to be turned on to something new and unexpected. In addition to local wines and craft beers on tap, the cocktail list is complimented by a bar bites menu that features such staples as a Duck Confit Monkey Bread, Buffalo Cauliflower, and Fizzy Melon with Prosciutto.
Meet the Lead Bartender Dan Rook
From the suburbs of Chicago to the pages of one of the country's top newspapers, Dan Rook now brings his nationally recognized bartending skills to L.A.'s Ever Bar. Dan started his hospitality career while still in high school, bussing tables at an Irish pub called the Goal Post. After graduating from Western Illinois University, Rook fell in love with craft cocktailing, honing his skills at Chicago bars like the Tiny Lounge and South Water Kitchen. At South Water Kitchen, he created classic and signature pre-Prohibition era cocktails using local, fresh ingredients and introduced a craft beer program showcasing the Midwest’s most creative local brews. Now a Certified Cicerone, Rook has been featured in publications including Imbibe, Forbes, USA Today, Liquor.com and Chicago’s RedEye (which named him Best Bartender of 2015). Zagat.com selected Rook as a young talent to watch in its “30 Under 30: Rock Stars Redefining the Industry