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Bars that serve Chimay Gold

I see Red and Blue label Chimay at a lot of bars these days. Who's got the Grande Reserve chilled and waiting for me? Hollywood-area or Westwood-area would be a huge plus. I know 3rd Stop carries Chimay White (Cinq Cent) but I'm looking for the Gold label stuff.

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  1. What is that? Tequilla, Wine???

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    1. The Old Town Pub (Pasadena) and Lucky Baldwins as local beer/ale palaces came to mind; Crown City Brewery only shows red label... true, not the westside, but here's more... maybe the The Bowery?

      http://blogging.la/archives/2006/05/y...
      scroll down to the comments/responses to his main post for a number of possibilities

      1. The gold is only bottled, right? Have you checked out The Daily Pint? Great bar, I think they only have one type of Chimay on tap (white, IIRC), but I am told they have a massive selection of bottled beer. Even if they don't have Chimay gold, it's worth a trip anyway.

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        1. re: will47

          I was gonna suggest The Pint. Not sure if they have it, but they are a place that should and would.

          1. re: PaulF

            The Pint is my favorite dive-y bar in LA. Great selection of beers.

        2. The Other Room in Venice usually has it.

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            1. re: hrhboo

              third. dog friendly, too.

              no food, but abbot's pizza isn't too far..

              1. re: smssms

                You can have food delivered from anywhere on Abbot Kinney. The Other Room even employs a "runner" of sorts, who will pick you up a couple of slices of pizza from Abbot's, a sandwich from Stroh's or a few tacos/nachos/quesadillas from Tortilla Grill. I never use the service since I usually go there after I've eaten but it's extremely handy.

                1. re: hrhboo

                  The Other Room on Abbot Kinney - they even serve it in a cool glass with the name on it. WORD OF CAUTION: THE BAR IS SUPER LOUD. After you have a glass, head west down two blocks to Lilly's (I think that's the name) for a nice mellow restaurant. Or do in reverse. :)

                  1. re: bpepaj

                    At the back end of the bar is an elevated lounge, much much quieter than the bar area. Weekends are super busy and it takes forever to get a drink at the bar, at least the lounge area has table service.

                  2. re: hrhboo

                    Get OUT! That is a really, really smart policy...