West Hollywood (Los Angeles) Lounges

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Villa Lounge

8623 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

310-289-8623

We may be new but our location is historic: namely West Hollywood's first prohibition-era drinking establishment. Originally known as Sloan's and most-recently as Monroe's, Villa Lounge is arguably the hottest clubs in Los Angeles. Our West Hollywood party space on Melrose and Huntley features a Spanish-style stucco façade attached to a tranquil [more]

Voyeur

7969 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

310-255-1100

Voyeur Hollywoods after-dark landscape will unveil a new dimension this fall with the debut of VOYEUR, an intimate lounge that will draw guests into a provocative enclave where art, festivities, and entertainment converge in a sophisticated setting unlike any other. VOYEUR brings to mind an elite, private gathering place of days past, where an [more]

The Abbey

692 N. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

310-855-9977

Having started as a 1,100-square-foot start-up coffeehouse in 1991, The Abbey has since become a veritable West Hollywood icon known throughout the world for its welcoming, lively ambiance. It has grown organically through five expansions into its current 16,000-square-foot space, offering indoor and outdoor space and a variety of seating and [more]

TEMPEST NIGHTCLUB

7323 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

323-850-5115

THE HOTTEST NEW HIP-HOP NIGHTCLUB AROUND! GRAND OPENING - THURSDAY, JUNE 16TH @ 9 PM - NO COVER ALL NIGHT! 21 & OVER ONLY - $3 BEERS 'TIL 10 PM, $6 WELL DRINKS ALL NIGHT! VALET PARKING AVAILABLE [more]

Coco de Ville

755 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

310.659.3900

Coco de Ville, a lounge concept presented by The ONE Group, who currently owns or operates a portfolio of brands including STK, ONE, Tenjune, Kiss & Fly, Bagatelle, and Rendez Vous to name a few. With its first location being adjacent to famed steakhouse STK on La Cienega Boulevard in Los Angeles, Coco de Ville will soon open in Miami at [more]

Vaucluse Lounge

8210 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood,, Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

Proudly Australian owned and located on the famous West Hollywood Sunset Strip, in one of Charlie Chaplin's old homes. This venue has so much amazing history. Vaucluse is spearheading the resurgence of the Strip as the palce to be entertained, to entertain, to see and be seen and maybe, just maybe, be discovered. [more]

State Social House

8782 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, , Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

A fun-fine dinning experience, the culinary expertise of a 5-star exclusive eatery meets the fun locals vibe of a gastropub. Here, everyone's a regular. [more]

Minibar Lounge

3413 Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

323-882-6965

The new and exciting Minibar Lounge in West Hollywood which features a striking mid-century setting with a swank bar and lounge, a warm elegant dining room and a cozy outdoor patio. AS ALWAYS... The dynamic duo DJ's Introspekt and Nightlife will be playing the best of Hip Hop, R&B, House, OldSchool, and 80's grooves on Fridays for club gloew. [more]

Seven Lounge

7929 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

Upscale, intimate, elegant. Smack in the middle of West Hollywood and Hollywood. Mondays are hosted by Celebrity promoters LUSH and Crash. [more]

la di da

8840 Beverly, Los Angeles, California (West Hollywood) United States

323-492-0880

On the second floor of a building full of antique stores is this casual restaurant/bar that just happens to also be a gallery. The concept is a good one, and the former Cyrano space has been updated accordingly: The walls and decor are filled with deep hues of midnight blues and dark grays, and floor-to-ceiling windows look out to the Hollywood [more]