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Want to Run Into Christina Hendricks? Try The Varnish
We assume that you want to drink with Christina Hendricks, because...why wouldn't you? She's smart, she's hot, and according to Men's Health, she likes to drink scotch. With all that said, where, you wonder, might you be likely to run into the lovely Ms. Hendricks? In an interview with the magazine this month, she lets the world know that her favorite local watering hole is DTLA's The Varnish. It's "sexy, sophisticated, quiet enough for intimate conversation," she says.
The speak-easy style bar, which is located at the back of Cole's restaurant, was opened in 2009 by Sasha Petraske, who also runs New York's Milk and Honey.
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Baby Yoda cocktails. Boozy Dole Whips. Volcanic tiki drinks. If you can dream it, they're probably mixing it somewhere on property.