Georgia’s, the South Bay’s Newest Cocktail Lounge

If you’re looking for a spot where the lighting is soft, the noise-level tolerable and the vibe welcoming, the new Georgia’s in Redondo Beach fits the bill.

For holiday flavor Georgia’s offers the Kodiak made with Buffalo Trace bourbon, St. George Spiced Pear, apple cider, and lemon, topped with a swoosh of egg white and garnished with a couple of cinnamon sticks. It tastes like frothy, boozy pie with a nice balance of bitter to sweet. There’s also a curated menu of fourteen wines by the glass, mostly Californian and French, plus five local beers on draft and a handful of popular bottled brands.

Georgia’s is located at 1500 Aviation Blvd. in Redondo Beach. They are open Mon-Weds. 5 p.m. to midnight, Thurs-Sat. 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to midnight.

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