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Tonight: The Edison's Radio Room Reopens

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First the Edison's Radio Room, aka speakeasy night, was held on Sundays. And then it was changed to Tuesdays. And then it disappeared. But tonight, it's back! That's right, you can once again enjoy crafted cocktails brought to you by Los Angeles' top mixologists while taking in a saucy cabaret show in this underground room of the Edison. And... for no cover!

But to keep things interesting, tonight's featured bartender, Erick Castro, hails from San Francisco's Bourbon & Branch bar. He'll be serving up some tasty cocktails like the following ($14 each):

Brandy Maple Fizz: Erick's creation of cognac and maple syrup "fizzed to perfection."

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The Brandied Apple: Organic apple juice, demerara syrup and Remy 1738 Cognac.

Embassy Cocktail: Brandy, rum, curacao, lime and bitters, a recipe created in Hollywood's Embassy Club speakeasy in 1930.

Brandy Punch ($12 a cup or $60 bowl): Kick off Valentine's Day early by splitting a bowl of this good stuff with your loved ones. This traditional punch is made of Remy cognac, Cointreau, citrus, soda water and bitters.

Doors open at 8pm.

The Edison
108 W 2nd Street
Los Angeles, California 90012 (map)
(213) 613-0000