Best Lounges in Downtown LA
This is arguably one of the hardest lists we’ve ever had the pleasure of throwing together. With tons of beautiful lounges/scattered around the Downtown district of LA with their presence, compiling a compete list of our favorites would have been impossible. So today we we’re writing about some of our favorite and most frequented lounges you will see between Thursday and Sunday night in DTLA.
This list is in no ranking order and I will be the first to admit that it’s missing some hot spots. But these lounges have proven that they not only attract great crowds but also provide an exciting and welcoming atmosphere that is quickly missed upon your leaving. With that being said, let’s look at some of our favorite lounges in DTLA that have caught our eye. Here we go!
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Everson Royce Bar
Everson Royce Bar is one of the coolest bars in DLTA right now. Kicking this list off, this bar/lounge is a perfect place to relax or get together with friends. The atmosphere Everson Royce Bar has cultivated feels undeniably welcoming. The crowd is usually upscale, as many dress to impress, but this place is truly all about lounging and having a good time.
Broken Shaker LA
The Broken Shaker LA is an exeperience you are certain to never to forget. This rooftop bar/lounge is the place to take in the DTLA skyline. With hard to beat views and an environment rarely experienced, the Broker Shaker is a great place to have a nice date or pregame with friends before hitting the town.
Perch LA is one of the hottest spots in LA right now. The venue is layed out in the style of a French-inspired rooftop bistro, located at the top the Pershing Square Building in DTLA. Perch’s founders created its spaces with beautiful views of Downtown Los Angeles for guests to sense the feeling of floating along the skyline.
The Edison is a punk-themed lounge/bar found inside the Higgins Building basement in Los Angeles, California. The Edison opened in 2007 and is located in the Higgins Building basement and was once Los Angeles’ first ever power plant.
Elevate Lounge located across from Takami Restaurant found on the 21st floor of a downtown high-rise, Elevate Lounge has 6000 square feet of dance and lounge space in one big open area.
Sliding glass doors open to the outdoor lounge area with a south-west view over downtown LA from Wilshire. The dance floor is small compared to the amount of space. A lot of the seating is reserved for bottle service, which is typical found in LA clubs. But be warned, the line for the club forms downstairs in front of the building and can grow quickly so make sure to arrive early or check out upcoming events at Elevate Lounge.
Experience the view of every rooftop in LA with a more comfortable environment in 71 Above, which also offers a bistro-style low dining tables or cozy sofas highlighting cocktail service and small plates. Groups of two to eight are welcome on a first come first serve with no reservations required. Definitely a spot worth checking out.