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Food

1933 Group Brings Southern Comfort to Hollywood with Sassafras

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The 1933 Group -- who also operates Bigfoot Lodge, Thirsty Crow, Oldfield’s Liquor Room, Bigfoot West and Little Cave -- will be opening a Southern-themed bar called Sassafras slated to start serving in July. Sassafras will be the Group’s largest space to date at 3,000 square feet, and it will serve as their flagship location. The designers are going for an old-timey, down-home vibe, which they hope to achieve by using repurposed and authentic vintage pieces from the South.

As for the drinks, those behind the stick at Sassafras will shake up barrel-aged cocktails and root inspired libations like sarsaparilla and sassafras. They also plan on featuring live music on the outdoor patio area.

Sassafrass,1233 N. Vine Street, Los Angeles