Mixville Bar Residing in the truck bay of an old neighborhood firestation, Mixville Bar scares up a bit of antiquated Hollywood as it may have never been. It has possibly one of the longer mahogany bars in the city, and an impressive 1930's tin ceiling (don't even think about getting cell phone reception in there). Most nights the bar is relatively sedate (weeknights are best if you want to avoid crowds), and the outdoor patio is great for smokers or just those who want to get a bit of fresh air between drinks. The bar tenders are attentive and confident and seemingly know how to make most any drinks. It shares a wall with the competent Edendale Grill, but seemingly does not get a lot of overflow from the restaurant. All in all, a fairly relaxed drinking spot with a tarnished elegance.