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A tour of The Addisons, the new King West bar that looks and feels like someone’s parents’ house

A tour of The Addisons, the new King West bar that looks and feels like someone's parents' house
(Image: Renée Suen)

Going for drinks at The Addisons, a new bar in the Entertainment District, is meant to feel like crashing a house party. Interior designer Lisa Ho outfitted the Wellington Street space to look just like a Beverly Hills manse (it’s basically a much swankier version of this similarly themed Los Angeles bar). Inside are three rooms: a kitchen, a living room and a rec room—plus, just in time for TIFF parties, a 5,000-square-foot backyard patio complete with outdoor games and boozy slushies. Here’s a tour:

The Addisons front entrance

The Addisons foyer

 

The Addisons hallway

 

The Addisons kitchen

 

The Addisons kitchen

 

The Addisons kitchen

 

The Addisons sitting room

 

The Addisons living room
The Addisons games room
(Images: Renée Suen)

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