But don't worry, you aren't likely to find any at Angels & Kings—it's a down-and-dirty corner spot for equal-opportunity debauchery, and it's now open.
Let's start with what you won't find here: there's no bottle service requirement, no table minimum and no surly doorman. Not tonight. Yes, the Dolce Group (Les Deux, Wonderland) is involved, but this isn't that kind of place.
This is for that night when you just want a raucous crowd, a leather booth big enough for 12, a steady stream of $3 beers (and $5 well drinks) and, if you get hungry, some bar grub like Vodka-Marinated Beef Tips and Homemade Potato Chips with Crumbled Blue Cheese. Oh, and maybe some interesting decor touches like a giant antelope head with machine guns for antlers.
That little piece of taxidermy/weaponry was purchased by Fall Out Boy's own Pete Wentz—he's a part owner and part of the gang behind the other bars of the same name in NYC and Chicago.
But if that's not enough rock-star cred for you, you should know that Courtney Love herself broke this place in over the weekend.
And it's still standing.