One of the best things about Los Angeles is all the great eating options throughout the city such as the dream hollywood restaurant. However, did you know that many of the places in the LA area are also said to be haunted? If you want to visit a haunted bar in LA, keep reading for more information.
The Queen Mary is known as one of the most haunted locations in all of the Los Angeles area. Its long history means that there have been countless ghost sightings recorded throughout the ship. When you stop for a drink at the Observation Bar located aboard the ship, its 1930s art deco style lounge will have you transported back to the heyday of the ship. Before or after your drink at the bar, join in on one of the Haunted Encounters tours where you’ll learn about the most well known recorded ghosts on the ship including the infamous “lady in white”.
You might know El Carmen as the famous cantina that has been located at West 3rd Street since 1929. Stepping into the dimly lit restaurant, you probably wouldn’t guess that this cantina may also be haunted. In 1997, the restaurant was sold and new owners and workers began to witness odd happenings. There were unidentified electrical problems, CD players switching on and off, boxes falling off shelves and workers experiencing a sudden blast of cold air behind their necks. Stop in for some great tacos, but you may leave with a ghost encounter story of your own.
Yamashiro is well known for being a Japanese restaurant with fantastic views, but this restaurant is also the location of many apparition sightings. Original Thomas O. Glover had his ashes scattered on the grounds of the now restaurant and he is said to still walk the inner court to this day. In addition, one of the other most popular sightings is at table 9 in the Sunset Room, where an unhappy lady spirit is said to to be seen.