Best Hip Hop Clubs in Los Angeles

EDM might be the biggest story in the nightlife scene at the moment, but let’s not forget about the other genres that can get your night turnt up. Who doesn’t love the sound of Hip Hop classics like “In Da Club” and “Get Low”? While EDM has come up in a big way, Hip Hop remains just as important to any DJ and club-goer. Make sure you get the free Discotech App to browse upcoming events, buy tickets, and book tables at the best hip hop clubs in LA, or check out our Los Angeles website. Check out the best Hip Hop venues in the City of Angels:

 

1 Oak LA – $$$$

9039 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Good Hip Hop clubs are fewer and fewer as the EDM scene grows, but rest assured, 1 OAK will not be one of those places. With expanding locations across America, 1 OAK has established their name as a stalwart in the nightclub industry. Timeless designs and unparalleled hospitality make sure your experience in 1 OAK will be one of your best night outs. While the newest and most flashy locations garner the most interest in the industry, 1 Oak stay true to its mission to bring extravagancy and style to its guests. Better yet, A-list celebrity sightings occur on a weekly basis. If you want to enjoy good Hip Hop dance music and you are a big movie fan, don’t hesitate to make 1 Oak your next stop on the coming weekend. Bottle service here.

Argyle – $$$

1600 N Argyle Ave
Hollywood, CA 90028

A hybrid of a nightclub and cocktail bar, Argyle assumes the former location of the Tru club at Selma and Argyle. Snakeskin booths for bottle services surround a large dance floor in the middle. colored lights cover the ceiling along with a large black chandelier. Upstairs is where all the fun happens in the nightclub section of the venue. Grab a drink at the bar downstairs to get in the mood or if you have to take a break from dancing. “Down here we want people to slow down drinking a little and really think about the flavors, “Chris Hewes, the bar’s head of the cocktail program, says. Good Hip Hop music and a great cocktail selection, Argyle is your place to go. Table service and guestlist available here.

Bootsy Bellows – $$$$

9229 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Formerly known as the Trousdale Lounge, actor David Arquette turned this space into a nightclub and named it after his mother. Bootsy Bellows is a luxurious celerity hotspot that has a swanky vintage style to it. After a brief renovation over the winter months of 2015, the club reopens with an upscale bachelor pad from Rat Pack era, draped in walnut and gold-framed mirroring with long wraparound golden banquettes and more. Another very good place for celebrity sighting but if you’re a guy, be prepared to pay big bucks for bottle services as it will be an uphill task to get in. Bootsy Bellows bottle service available here.

Elevate Lounge – $

811 Wilshire Blvd
Ste 2100
Los Angeles, CA 90017

The view alone is enough reason for you to try out the experience Elevate Lounge has to offer. Sitting 21 floors up in a skyscraper on Wilshire Boulevard, the club offers a breathtaking panorama view over the coveted Hollywood Hills and all the way along the Downtown Los Angeles skyline. A clean and modern design complements a spacious and open venue, allowing guests to immerse themselves in an authentic LA experience. Outdoor patios are available if you need to take a break from dancing and a guestlist for free admission is available before 10:30pm. Elevate’s bottle service is also one of the best deals in town. Sign up for free or discounted guestlist here.

Hyde Sunset Lounge – $$$$

8117 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046

 A high-end dinner spot from 6-10pm, Hyde transforms into a top go to place for celebrities and affluent club-goers when the clock strikes 12. Its capacity is relatively smaller at only 500 and due to that, it can get pretty selective at the door. However, it doesn’t stop this place from being one of the best Hip Hop venues in town. Monday is Hip Hop night where a mix of classics and new songs will be played and on weekends big name Hip Hop artists take the stage. This place is truly a heaven for all Hip Hop followers. Please note that this venue does not charge cover and only does bottle service. As this is a high-end venue, make sure to dress up appropriately as well. Hyde Sunset bottle service here.

Boulevard 3 – $

86523 Sunset BlvdBOULEVARD3 is all about having fun. The staff is friendly, outgoing, and dedicated to ensuring that its guests have the time of their life.  BOULEVARD3 is a staple of Hollywood night life and is always a guaranteed great night out on the town. They also have some of the best bottle service deals in Los Angeles – check out Boulevard3 bottle pricing here!

Nightingale Plaza – $$$$

643 N La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90069

The latest SBE concept in the former Greystone Manor space, Nightingale is an avant-garde nightclub named after Hollywood’s after-party-rich Bird Streets. The first thing you’ll see upon entering is an elegant lounge with surreal wallpaper strewn with phantom limbs, flower with eyes and even dinosaurs designed by the acclaimed Rockwell Group. Four distinct areas allow guests to freely dine, lounge or dance in. A photo booth is also installed in line with the wallpaper to let up to 8 people capture their unforgettable memories in the club. Where refined elegance meets crafted technology, this venue is poised to be the next A-lister go to place. You’ll want to get bottle service here – Nightingale does not do general admission.

Warwick – $$$

6507 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Take the typical Hollywood Club, give it a rough, indie feel, and you have Warwick. In the shape of a warehouse with exposed bricks, fireplaces and unfinished ceilings, Warwick actually offers top quality cocktails made from better booze and quality ingredients. The layout of the club is tailor-made to table/bottle services but the bar program, run by Jason Bran and Damian Windsor, is still a very good option for those who prefer to keep their money in their pockets. Once again, guys might have to go for bottle services for entry if you don’t know anyone. Occasionally, big name Hip Hop artists do appear at the venue so keep your eyes open for those events. No guest list or general admission at Warwick – bottle service only.