After a show at one of the nearby theaters, duck into The BoardRoom, a sleek and intimate cocktail lounge located in the back of upscale French bistro Kendall’s Brasserie. Drinks pay homage to authors and artists from the 1920s, allowing you to toast to your night of culture with creations like the Gertrude Stein Pimm’s and Tuaca cocktail or the Frida Kahlo with mezcal and Aperol.
The Drink To Drink: The William Faulkner is an Old Fashioned with an exotic twist. Comprised of coconut-fat-washed bourbon and Miracle Mile Toasted Pecan bitters, the coconut rounds out the whiskey making for an easy and pleasant sipper.
Know Before You Go: Indecisive but adventurous drinkers will want to order The Triple Tipple, a three-course flight made up of cocktails not available on the menu. Updated every month, the offerings are inspired by shows playing at the Music Center next door. Think: a George Gershwin “Rhapsody in Blue” with Singani 63 brandy and violet liqueur or a “Summertime” with mezcal and jalapeño tincture.