#59 Bar at Church & State (Los Angeles, California)
Located in the original loading dock of the Nabisco factory building in Los Angeles, built in 1925, the bar at French bistro Church & State has become known for its revolving, seasonally-inspired cocktail selection and its cocktail of the day. The drink menu includes six house cocktails, five bottled beers, and 75 French wines by the bottle with 12 more by the glass. Located at one end of the Californiarestaurant, overlooking the dining area and open kitchen, is the 10-seat marble bar. The drinks are made with small-batch and artisanal spirits and liqueurs. The full restaurant menu is available at the bar. Popular dishes are the moules marinières (P.E.I. mussels with french fries and aioli), os à moelle (roasted bone marrow with marinated radish salad), steak tartare (Sun Fed Ranch grass-fed beef heart tartare with mesclun salad and french fries), a four-cheese plate with P’tit Basque, Tomme de Chèvre, Gruyère and Bleu d'Auvergne served with a toasted baguette and the pork rillettes, pâtés de campagne and chicken liver mousse are offered à la carte.