The Low Down
Where to Sit: There are tables scattered around the bar, and a few in the little alcove room in the back for smaller groups.
The Extras: Every Sunday from 9pm to close, the bar holds whiskey education nights with $4 Buffalo Trace drinks, $5 Sazerac ryes and live music. Monday nights feature DJs and $2 Colt 45s all night--Billy Dee Williams would approve.
Parking: Street parking is hard to find in this area, but look for meters along Sunset Boulevard or on side streets.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Citysearch Editorial Review
by Kelly Wardle at Citysearch
The Thirsty Crow, the latest bar from the 1933 Group (the people also behind Saints & Sinners and Bigfoot Lodge), took over the former Stinkers space, and along with the new name comes a complete makeover. The beer cans and fake skunksâ¦
By dang171213520 at Citysearch
Drinks are a bit pricey here, but they have an extensive whiskey selection and mix up some tasty libations. The atmosphere is pretty cool, even if ... Read More
By roberti at Citysearch
Check out the place on Wednesday. They have $5 whiskey shots all night. The bartenders are cool and make excellent cocktails...especially Cooper ... Read More
Get the Mint Julep
By MeginLA at Citysearch
If you get Kim as a bartender, consider yourself lucky. She makes a mean mint julep and is amazingly nice. She even made sure to walk over to my ta... Read More
It Doesn't Stink
By Erin W Davis at Citysearch
Silver Lake is a place where I donât usually find myself, but this new bourbon bar was calling my name. The Thirsty Crow is located in the old... Read More
Best Bar In LA
By ChristieAnderson at Citysearch
I just found this bar a few weeks ago after moving to Echo Park. My boyfriend and I try and go as often as possible- since every time we go, we hav... Read More