Casey's, Los Angeles

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    Point Moreea, Downtown: A Nice Place

    by onestepaway Updated Jun 7, 2007

    We saw the lights outside this place and we thought it would be a fun spot to travel to from our hotel, if we got tired of driving. This is the first place we went before we ending up at Casey's. The place was very nice and upscale looking, it had a nice flare to it plus they had salsa lesson going on when we first arrived. The drinks were nice and strong. The staff here was friendly as well. The one waitress gave us a tip to take a down trip the room top bar. So, we bailed and headed out from here. This place did have music, pool table, great decor, wide screen t.v. and good drinks. But it was inside of a hotel and it did seem business(ey). We would have went back if we didnt find Casey's.

    Dress Code: We were dressed casual, but it looked more upscale than anything.

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    Casey's Irsh CottageDowntown: A Decent Little Spot

    by onestepaway Written Jun 6, 2007

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    I wouldnt really call these place a night club, its was just a nice little bar tuck away under the streets/building of downtown LA, there really wasnt much happen, there was few bars in walking distance that were safe to venture too. So, we hit a few but loved this one the most, it was stuffy, pricey or trendy. It was laid back with a nice vibe. No cover charge, free pool and the drinks were nice as well. It was our kind of place. We had a few drinks and played a few rounds of pool and staggered our way back to our hotel. I didnt try the food but I saw some people eating when we first walked in. The mens bathroom was a little strange. But overall it was enjoyable! A must visit if you like that laid back vibe.

    Dress Code: It was casual dress.

    Hours:
    Monday & Tuesday - 11am-11pm

    Wed-Sat - 11am-2am

    Sunday - Closed

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