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American speakeasy in the heart of Koreatown, inside the black building on the northwest corner of 8th & Irolo.

Beer, artisan cocktails, well drinks, sweet-potato fries… Karaoke, live music, bands, comedy night…

Brunch on Saturday and Sunday, 11 am – 4 pm

  • Happy Hour is 7-9 PM everyday
  • Karaoke Nights are Wednesday and Thursday, from 8:00 pm.
  • Brunch available on Saturday and Sunday, 2pm-6pm
  • Check the nightly drink specials board for RBar’s custom concoctions.
  • $10 credit card minimum order on all cards.
  • Credit cards not closed will be charged 15% gratuity and will be destroyed after one week.

* Schedule and terms may change.

Secret code words are required for entry. The passphrase (as of February 2019) is CAT NOODLES.

History: Founded on St. Patrick’s Day 2007.

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