Salvage Bar & Lounge DTLA Downtown LA
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES – Carved out of a corner of the ground floor of the 1926 Roosevelt Residences, this stunning bar and lounge was created using salvaged materials and fixtures from the historic Seventh Street building. Carrera marble slabs, stained glass panels and a gorgeous wood bar made from old elevator doors set the tone for the unique venue.
Salvage is divided into three rooms: the romantic patio strung with twinkling glass orbs, the main room with worn leather couches, and a modern lounge with cozy ottomans and modular seating (great for groups and parties).
There’s a diverse mix of people here from local business professionals and residents to tourists. Salvage Bar boasts friendly service and no stuffy dress codes, which makes it ideal for relaxing after work with a few happy hour craft beers or a night cap later in the evening when the lights dim and the music flows. There are also special nights throughout the week offering entertainment, including live music on Wednesdays and DJs during the weekend.