Xelas in Boyle Heights Is an Area Area That Seems Like a Houseparty
Xelas calls itself a community beer bar, however check out on the best night, and the space boasts the energy of a houseparty. DJs spin sets stacked with cumbia and reggaeton tunes, while a food menu handled by East L.A. Barbecue Business consists of smoked green mole wings and tri-tip tortas.
The Scene: Plastered with cool tiles and wood furnishings that appears like it was caught from an old abbey, the area provides sufficient nooks and crannies in which to collect over cervezas (on weekends, sports fans take complete benefit).
The Drinks: Craft brews from locations like Tijuana’s Cerveceria Insurgente (spiced chocolate milk stout) and Eastside favorites like Dry River Developing (red wheat saison) get prominence, however there’s likewise killer micheladas and fruity shaved ice raspados surged with tequila-flavored sake.
1846 E. 1st St., Boyle Heights, houseofxelas.com.
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