Formed more than two decades ago, the 1933 Group helms a lauded portfolio of bars in Los Angeles and serve as the city’s hospitality historians. Applauded for preserving and protecting the city’s landmark bars and restoring its most historic venues, the local bar group has matured from a mission to design imaginative neighborhood cocktail hangouts to one that is devoted to preserve, protect and revive some of Los Angeles most storied hangouts, one at a time. These nostalgic entrepreneurs are creating a future hospitality scene on the city’s storied past. Historical restorations include the legendary Old Hollywood hangout Formosa Cafe, L.A.'s oldest bowling alley Highland Park Bowl, and the barrel-shaped bar Idle Hour in North Hollywood. Others serve as time capsules: Harlowe in West Hollywood, Sassafras in Hollywood, La Cuevita in Highland Park, Bigfoot Lodge in Los Feliz, Thirsty Crow in Silver Lake, Culver City’s Bigfoot West and Oldfield’s Liquor Room, and the soon-to-be revived Tail o' the Pup. Combining design aesthetics that embrace various time periods in early America with a passion for cocktails and the revival of the art of bartending, owners Bobby Green, Dimitri Komarov, and Dmitry Liberman create imaginative libations and scenes throughout LA’s drinking landscape. Each concept reflects bold, modern interpretations, reflective of the company’s dynamic partners and memorable eras.