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Ratings: 13 | Reviews: 6 | Display Reviews Only:
4.03/5 rDev -3.8%
This is an unique place. First off, I walked through a small passageway between two building to the back where they have a bar area along with some tables and chairs.
The bar area was nice, monitors with sports on, comfortable seating, etc.
My primary reason to visit Far Bar was to try Coedo Beniaka which is an elusive Japanese beer style called Happoshu. From my understanding, it is very rare to find this in the States. As such, it does come with a steep price tag. $9 for a small bottle.
I don't remember exactly what they had on tap that day, but I recall it was all decent to good craft beers.
Next time, I would like to try their food.
05-14-2013 05:16:10 | More by mrcraft
4.14/5 rDev -1.2%
I finally got a chance to visit far bar today after being on my to-do list for some time now. The location itself is somewhat weird because the address listed on BA will take you to the back bar of the space. When I walked in there was nobody there and I wasn't sure if I was in the right place or not. I was directed to a back space (the front?) where there is a somewhat small space inside and some seating outside. I sat at the bar and the bartenders gave me good service the entire time I was there. The selection of beers is pretty great tap wise and is supplemented by a solid bottle list including a ton of beers from Japan that I have never heard of before. Tickers be aware - there is a happoshu tick here (Coedo Beniaka) if you can stomach the $9 price tag. The quality of the beer was good and served in appropriate glassware. Prices were slightly high with only certain beers being offered in flights. However, I did get some free tasters so that was nice. I would recommend this place but just beware that the parking and location might be a bit confusing if you have never been here before.
06-24-2012 07:33:33 | More by UCLABrewN84
4.36/5 rDev +4.1%
Checked this place out Saturday night for the KRBC night and meet and greet with Kyle Smith. And a good excuse to visit Little Tokyo which I haven't been to in over 25 years.
The Far Bar doesn't look like much from the outside. And when you walk in the front it looks like a restaurant with table and chairs. We were greeted by an individual who asked if we were there for dinner or to watch the USC football game. We told him that we were there for the KRBC event. And he led us towards the back and through a narrow hallway kinda zigzag till we came to the bar area (small) and a door leading to the outside with alot more tables and chair. We opted for the outside area as the bar was already full. Maybe around 20 people inside the bar. The event started at 4pm and all the fine beers from KRBC along with Citra and Pumpkin Ale was on tap. The tap list (menu) was the standard local Southern California breweries. Stone, Ballast Point, Bootleggers, the Bruery, etc. And some out of state beers was on the menu also. The food menu looked good and the prices not so bad. We did not eat. So I cannot comment on the food. But the atmosphere and the service was excellent. And of course the Kern River beer excellent as always.
10-24-2011 19:58:13 | More by dcgunman
Far Bar in Los Angeles, CA
92 out of 100 based on 13 ratings.