The long list of compliments for the striking Warwick cocktail lounge goes on and on and on and somehow, everything good people are saying is not just true; it’s spot-on. The fusion bar/club medley is the work of none other than Jeffrey Best, Sylvain and JT Torregiani, and according to Eater LA, the idea for Warwick was a “simple one, but not always easy to execute.” The goal was to blend together a typical Hollywood Club with a “rough, indie feel” and to flood it with craft cocktails featuring irresistibly fresh and flavor ingredients and an enviable liquor menu. Ask any of its devout clientele whether or not they managed to merge together those two identities, and changes are they’ll tell you they’ve done it again and again and again without flaw.

Warwick boasts a 360-degree back bar, an enviable bottle-service menu, and a host of handcrafted cocktails that almost — almost — look too good to drink. At Warwick, each class of booze is assigned a mixologist and classic drink or two, so when you order, you can ensure you’ll get the best glass no matter what. According to Thrillist, the drink to begin with off the club’s menu is the Blackberry Buck, which is a bourbon-based drink made with house blackberry ginger beer with blackberry and ginger root, vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg, but it’s got heavy competition: the Coca Pina Fresca, made with rum, pineapple juice, and lime, topped with coconut foam goes down dangerously easy, too. On the bar’s second level is its white bar, likely dubbed that solely for the ample tufted cream and ivory couches, pillows, and sprawling white shag carpet.

Nestled right on Sunset Boulevard, Warwick offers modern-day guests a hint of that old-world glamour and celebrity. Leather banquettes, gorgeous wood flooring, and chandeliers are a nod to that old-century elegance while its drink menu and incredible service make Warwick a staple for a young, exciting crowd.

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