Los Angeles County is known for offering sandy beaches, beautiful landscapes, majestic mountains, and of course the glitz and glamor but it is also famous for its vibrant food culture which is as diverse as its local population. The county is a pioneer in California cuisine and fast-casual dining, excelling at everything from street food to seafood to a diverse range of cuisines from around the world. As the last few years have been tragic for businesses all over the world, the dining industry has suffered the most for obvious reasons, and Los Angeles County is no exception.
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The Roguelike Tavern
The Roguelike Tavern is located at 259 N Pass Ave Burbank, CA 91505. It offers comfort food, craft beverages, and live entertainment. Its wide oak bar, red leather seats, and gloomy lighting are ideal for a bar with a name inspired by video games.
With some creative table arrangement, the restaurant & Bar clearly feels like the kind of venue where you might watch a local solo artist, improv comedy show, or open mic situation, or perhaps a complimentary cocktail or shot contest, trivia, games, etc. According to the official website's menu, they used to serve bottles of beer and wine, as well as cocktails to-go, cocktail kits, flights, and more in drinks.
The Roguelike Tavern is a tavern for pop culture enthusiasts and fans of immersive entertainment or would have been if it had opened as scheduled. The restaurant closed temporarily due to the unfortunate ongoing situation and restrictions around Los Angeles County.
The restaurant owners voluntarily decided to temporarily close the restaurant and canceled the New Year Eve's bash.
"We're a small bar with no windows, not a lot of ventilation, no outdoor space. It just doesn't feel safe for us to be gathering in big numbers" said owners in a video uploaded on Twitter.
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