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Los Angeles Places


How a Night Out in LA Differs From Other Cities

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The city of Angels is the land of movies, hills, beaches, highways and stars. Boasting a unique cultural landscape, here are some things that make Los Angeles unique.

  • Rooftop Bars are the Norm

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    If you're trying to beat the heat, make sure to check out the plentiful rooftop bars and restaurants in Los Angeles. Chill out, drink, eat, and take in the stunning views!

  • Bar Hopping is Geographically Difficult

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    Driving everywhere for a long time is the norm here because LA is immensely spread out. Decide on a spot for the night and stay put because you'll either be in the car or in line all night.

  • Make Reservations

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    If you want to dine at an LA hot spot or high-end restaurant, then reservations are essential. Be prepared to wait 30-45 minutes even then because restaurants overbook to ensure full seating.

  • Ladies' Night Is Every Night

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    Now this may not sound like a surprise to many people, but in Los Angeles, women are preferred over men to enter high end clubs. Also, bribes will most likely not work.

  • I Spy a Celebrity in Their Own Home

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    No other city makes partygoers go to a club because they think they will see a specific celebrity known to frequent it. It is the one city where the celebrity buzz reaches unimaginable levels.

  • Early or Very Late

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    Unlike other cities, bars in LA have a last call at 1:30 am. So to maximize your time, nights can kick off around 9:00 pm for some people. After-parties in Hollywood start much later, though.

  • Weekdays Over Weekends

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    In LA, the best days to go out are usually Monday to Thursday. These are the days where the locals come out to play. A much different crowd comes out on the weekends, which locals try to avoid.

  • Do Not Engage with Everyone

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    Not to say that LA is an unfriendly place, but people love their space here. You can look, but talking to everyone is not the norm. Stay friendly, but remain conscious of this cultural norm.

Looking for the Top Party Places in Los Angeles?

Check out our listing of the hottest clubs in Los Angeles, read reviews, view upcoming events and more.

Create Nightclub

6021 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles California United States
818-631-1899

Insomniac and sbe announced their partnership and the debut of Create nightclub in Hollywood. Create will open May 11 in the space formerly known as Vanguard. a space that sbe and Insomniac have redesigned to provide an unparalleled music and nightlife experience. Cover will vary from night to night depending on DJ lineup. For special offers on [more]

Playhouse Nightclub

6506 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles California United States
323-656-4600

Playhouse Nightclub, the chic and sophisticated Hollywood hotspot, is aptly named as a stylish party getaway inside the city. The sumptuous venue - an old converted theater - can be dressed up to fit any event, be it large or small, creating the perfect environment for an amazing night out amongst friends. The DJs are LA music people after all, [more]

OHM Nightclub

6801 Hollywood Blvd Ste 433, Los Angeles California United States
323-337-1315

Ohm Nightclub is the hottest new club to open in Hollywood. We feature state of the art lighting with over 150 LED screens linked together for an incredible Vegas style light show. Our sound system is powered by 150,000 watts of heart pounding bass giving life to our venue. Located on the 4th level of the Hollywood & Highland complex, our [more]

LEVEL 3

6801 Hollywood Blvd #367, Los Angeles California United States
323.461.2017

Level 3 nightclub is located on the third floor of the Hollywood and Highland Complex, and is characterized by its sophisticated and slick design and feel. Inside the club, you'll find Club DV8, which has gained the reputation as one of the sexiest and best 18+ nightclubs in all of Hollywood. Renown DJs frequent this club, with nightly hosts KIIS [more]

Las Palmas

1714 N Las Palmas Ave, Los Angeles California United States
323-464-0171

Previously a Mexican restaurant, this club underwent a multi-million dollar renovation and became the Hollywood hot spot that it is today north of Hollywood Boulevard. The atmosphere of Las Palmas is intimate with dark lighting contrasted with vibrant colors creating a sophisticated feel. Party goes can relax and escape in the leather booths [more]

Avalon Hollywood

1735 N. Vine St., Los Angeles California United States
323-462-8900

Concert Venue / Private Club / Bardot Avalon Hollywood, formerly the historic Palace theatre, exudes a unique mix of classic "tinsel town" history with cutting-edge contemporary, while maintaining its classic style and soul. The bar has witnessed legendary performances over the decades including Prince, The Beatles, Snoop Dogg, Frank Sinatra [more]

Mayan

1038 S. Hill St, Los Angeles California United States
(213) 746-4674

Every Friday and Saturday night this nightclub brings the heat with the hottest dance party in Los Angeles! Fridays, expect DJs spinning, house, trance, tribal and Latin dance music, combined with Spanish rock. On Saturday nights, the flavor switched to salsa and meringue, with house Spanish rock and special live salsa bands downstairs. On the [more]

Standard Downtown, The

550 South Flower St, Los Angeles California United States
(213) 892-8080

Los Angeles' Standard Hotel is set amongst the beautiful downtown skyline, where party goers can enjoy the urban view from the pool or lounge without missing a minute of the party. For large crews, grab a seat on one of the big and luxurious sofas, just close enough to the dance floor to remain in the action. Around the corner, check out the [more]

AV Nightclub

1601 N Cahuenga Boulevard, Los Angeles California United States
323-466-1400

AV Nightclub is where Hollywood's trendsetters go for an unmatched evening of drinks, socializing, and partying. Located in the historic Marion Building, AV embodies an air of mystery left behind by many old Hollywood celebrities who have reveled in this space since its inception in the 1920's. Guests can indulge in the latest sensory innovations, [more]

The Echo

1822 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles California United States
213-413-8200

The Echo brings some of the best up and coming and currently known live talent into this diverse music and dance club, with an event calendar packed with bands and DJs of all genres, focusing on indie and punk. If the music gets too loud inside (earplugs are suggested!), head out to the back patio to cool off outside and rest your ears. Dance [more]