L.A.’s Top 5 Cocktail Supply Shops

From fancy jiggers and glassware to bitters and hooch, here’s where to get it all
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Bar & Garden
Find only small- production alcohol here, including sulfur-free wine and Few single-barrel bourbon, bottled exclusively for the shop. There are even half-size versions of hard-to-find favorites, perfect for gifts. 6142 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City.

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Bargain Fair
Just want sturdy glassware without the fancy name? Here you’ll score everything from mini cocktail glasses to Moscow Mule copper mugs on the cheap. Home of the 99-cent bar spoon! 7901 Beverly Blvd., Beverly Grove; 4635 W. Pico Blvd., L.A..

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Bar Keeper
This is the mother of all cocktail shops. Peruse vintage cordial glasses, a bitters bar for sampling, and a spirits inventory hand selected by owner Joe Keeper. 3910 W. Sunset Blvd., Silver Lake.

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The Cocktail Lab
The smart establishment sells everything but the booze: specialty garnishes such as pickled asparagus spears for Bloody Marys, ready-to-go (and actually drinkable) cocktail mixes, and vintage barware. 7605 Beverly Blvd., L.A.

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Surfas
Not only are chilling stones, absinthe spoons, and cocktail umbrellas available at the gourmet market, but there’s a wide range of food-forward mixers and mix-ins (unusual jams and craft sodas like spiced espresso cola) to boot. 8777 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City.