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Playhouse Nightclub

6506 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, California (Hollywood) United States


Playhouse Nightclub is one of Hollywood's premium nightlife venues and boasts an amazing atmosphere and great DJ lineups. This converted old theater provides a beautiful setting for your next private event, or just a great night out with friends. Make sure you check out our upcoming events and come along to to be part of all the fun! [more]

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The Standard, Downtown LA

550 South Flower St, Los Angeles, California (Downtown) United States

(213) 892-8080

Regarded as one of the finest examples of Mid-Century Californian architecture, The Standard, Downtown LA revolutionized the concept of a business hotel and helped revitalize downtown LA. The property features a rooftop pool and bar with stunning panoramic views of LA, a Biergarten, a 24­hour restaurant, SPiN Standard, and extensive business [more]

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8811 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States


The nightclub's original structure dates back to 1922, when it initially housed the First National Bank of Sherman, now called West Hollywood, named after the city's founder who contributed greatly to the establishment of the area. The decor of the building is characterized by an Italian style with large windows and stone accents, designed by Asa [more]

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Sofitel Hotel Los Angeles

8555 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California (Beverly Hills) United States


Located in Beverly Hills, just walking distance from the Sunset Strip and Rodeo Drive, the Sofitel Los Angeles represents one of the most exclusive and sophisticated nightlife venues in town. With several event rooms, an on-site restaurant, bar and exclusive patio area, the Sofitel has established itself as one of LA’s go-to nightlife venues. [more]

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333 Live

333 S Boylston Ste, Los Angeles, California United States


The premier diamond megaclub in Los Angeles is located one block off the 3rd street exit on the 110N; 15 minute drive from the west side. The club’s unique layout and large amount of space allows for incredible concert, club and event experiences. [more]

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Sadie Kitchen and Lounge

1638 N Las Palmas Ave , Los Angeles, California United States


For a taste of vintage charm in a spacious and comfortable venue, make sure to check out Sadie Kitchen and Lounge! The bar serves up craft cocktails made from fresh, delicious ingredients that perfectly accompany the kitchen's heirloom recipes. After dinner, head to the Prohibition-style Parlour Room for some more cocktails and music! [more]

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Tiffany’s On Vine

1718 Vine Street, 90028, Los Angeles, California United States


Located near the iconic Hollywood & Vine intersection, Tiffany’s on Vine is a restaurant, lounge & nightclub with a fresh and inviting ambiance spread over multiple rooms. Get cozy in the Library Lounge as your taste buds explore our New American and Californian inspired dishes. [more]

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Sage- Whittier

6511 Greenleaf Ave, Los Angeles, California United States


Sage Restaurant and Lounge Sage Restaurant and Lounge is for those seeking true California Euro cuisine experience, located in beautiful uptown Whittier. Our restaurant caters to the community's needs for quality intimate dining all the way to responding to the requests of large groups. The residing executive chef brings a wealth of [more]

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The Roosevelt Hotel

7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, California United States


The Roosevelt Hotel is a historic Spanish-style hotel located at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Named after Theodore Roosevelt and financed by a group including Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and Louis B. Mayer, it first opened its doors on May 15, 1927. It cost $2.5 million to complete this twelve-story building [more]