Opened in September 2006, Boulevard3 was sparked by Famulari’s initial reaction to the space five years ago. A former denizen of New York City, he says, “This was how I visualized clubs: big, free-flowing, dramatic. I felt it was the only place that could possibly follow Skybar.” Having experienced such New York venues as Studio 54 and The Tunnel in their heyday, he was also motivated to open a venue that shattered the malaise of the typical club scene. “There really are no dance places in Los Angeles,” states Famulari, who probably knows L.A. nightlife better than anyone after working to keep Skybar hot for nearly a decade. “People go to clubs and stare at each other.”
An intimate “manor library” takes guests inside Boulevard3. Gaining a sense of grandeur with its vaulted ceiling and marble fireplace, the library blends old and new through the art on its walls: ornate picture frames with DLP projection screens displaying dynamic images as opposed to portraits of dead kings and placid countrysides. When the main ballroom is open, the library serves as an antechamber; otherwise it can function as a freestanding space accommodating its own bar.
The intimacy of Boulevard3’s library opens to a 7,500-sq. ft., three-level ballroom, including a 1,500-sq. ft. dance floor (the former Olympic-sized pool of the old Hollywood Athletic Club -prior to embodying the role of Flash Gordon, Johnny Weissmuller served as its lifeguard and trained to win a gold medal in the 1932 Olympics). Capable of accommodating a large stage for live performances, the ballroom features a main bar situated beneath 30′ high ceilings and a majestic skylight.
Around the periphery of the ballroom, a Mezzanine is set three feet above the main floor that provides a perfect locale to experience dance floor festivities. For the perfect mix of luxury and comfort, the mezzanine boasts a 36′ long plush velvet couch with unobstructed views of the “Niche of Possibilities”. As you move onto the dance floor, Boulevard3’s design further challenges the senses by interpolating the worlds of hospitality and entertainment. Interlocking platforms are carefully plotted to set the stage for dynamic performances that occur throughout the evening. Ranging from innovative cirque performances to full choreographed shows, Boulevard3’s guests are provided an unforgettable experience.
- Boulevard3 is a great option if you’re looking for a hip hop / top 40 club on Fridays or Saturdays.
- For those with big groups, Boulevard3 has a ton of great table options.
- This club is really big – if you hate dancing elbow to elbow on the dance floor we’d recommend checking out Boulevard3.
- There’s 3 bars, a huge main bar at the dance floor, one in the outdoor courtyard and one upstairs at the mezzanine.
Where is Boulevard3 located?
Boulevard is located at 6523 Sunset Blvd between Wilcox and Schrader.
How much is cover charge at Boulevard3?
General admission at the door is $20 for both guys and girls.
How long will I have to wait at Boulevard3?
Average wait times are around 20-45 minutes, depending on what time you get there. The earlier you arrive the shorter your wait will be. There is no wait if you reserve bottle service.
When is Boulevard3 open?
Boulevard3 is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 9:30 PM to 2 AM. It’s also open for special events from time to time.
What are the best nights to go to Boulevard3?
Friday or Saturday.
What is the dress code at Boulevard3?
Collared shirt / jeans / dress shoes for guys. Avoid anything that can be considered sportswear (track jackets, jerseys, sneakers, hats, etc).
Is there parking near Boulevard3?
There’s a lot that says PUBLIC PARKING for $8 just across the street. There are a number of lots in the area but some of them increase in price as the night goes on. Street parking is also available if you arrive early enough.
Who are the resident DJs?
At Boulevard3 you’ll generally find local talent spinning.
What kind of music do they play at Boulevard3?
On most nights Boulevard3 plays hip hop/top 40.
Where can I find an list of upcoming events / DJs at Boulevard3?
You can download the Discotech app to see upcoming events, get on guestlists and book tables.