Looking to rub shoulders and pop bottles with the elite? WeHo boasts some of the most prestigious nightclubs this world has to offer. With so many great options, and trends constantly changing, we’ve assembled an updated list of best nightclubs in West Hollywood.
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Bootsy Bellows has been an L.A. nightlife staple since it entered the scene in 2012, and has been under renovations since August 2018 with John Sofio of Built, Inc. to design and bring the revamped space to life, this time with a more homey aesthetic.
Drake’s personal sound guy was brought in to work on the DJ booth and speakers, embedded LED lights were added to the walls and ceilings to put on custom light shows. A VIP table is highly recommended, you can book bottle service at Bootsy Bellows here. Bootsy Bellows open on Tuesday, Friday and Saturdays, 11 PM – 2 AM.
The celeb-faved nightlife gurus at H.Wood Group are at it again. After debuting of Delilah last year, the company has unveiled Poppy, a stylishly surreal space that’s already hosted a star-studded VMA’s after-party before the paint has even dried. Entry is at doorman’s discretion; bottle service at Poppy is highly recommended.
Meet Hyde Sunset, the huger, patio-wrapped-restaurant reincarnation of SBE’s infamous celebrity hideout, now with former Whist/41 Ocean chef Chris Crary in the kitchen—opening Sunday at the old XIV space in West Hollywood. It looks like a great dinner-date spot in here. A moody room of raw woods, Eastern carpets and hanging metal sprockets that all cultivate a breezy, arty Beachwood Canyon cabin vibe. For, well, a this-section-of-Sunset crowd. Entry is at the doorman’s discretion. We highly recommend bottle service at Hyde Sunset.
PRO TIP: Make dinner reservations around 8:30 PM and enjoy free access to the nightclub an hour our two later when things transform.
Landing just up the street from celeb hangout The Nice Guy on La Cienega in STK’s former space, the whimsical concept bar will be open Thursdays, Fridays and Monday from 10 PM to 2 AM.
In the former Greystone Manor location, this buzzy nightclub from sbe is home to a thumping dance floor; two adjacent lounges that are more demure but no doubt clubby; and an oasis-like patio. Despite futuristic touches like mirrored ceilings and LED walls, Nightingale Plaza has a vaguely “European courtyard” theme, which explains the trippy, floral wallpaper throughout. Expect signature, pricey drinks like the Smart Blonde (Absolut Citron, St. Germain, Limoncello, lemon juice, simple syrup) and the Tequila Mockingbird (Avion, lime juice, honey), and of course, bottle service. Nightingale is the hottest Sunday party in LA. Entry is at doorman’s discretion; bottle service at Nightingale is highly recommended.
Meet 1 OAK, a New York–exported club heavy on champagne, hip-hop and already-frequent DiCaprio sightings, now open in the former Key Club spot.
What this leads to: a massive ballroom of excess, with chevron floors, a massive marble bar, tan leather booths and… braille-studded paintings of gorillas. (Maybe to remind you again, as bottles swarm around you, of how far we’ve come as an evolved species.)
So, yeah, your night: big party situation. Someone in your group probably procured entry through the purchase of bottled spirits and table girls. Someone might be celebrating an Oscar nomination. Someone might exchange pleasantries with Jay Z and Bono, who’ve also been by.
Entry is at doorman’s discretion; bottle service at 1 Oak is highly recommended. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 PM to 2 AM.
Delilah brings a modern approach to the vibes of the roaring ‘20s with American cuisine and Art Deco characteristics. Eating, drinking, and dancing converge in this luxury space and are tastefully crafted so you can repeat all three without ever skipping a beat. Live performers & surprise acts with lounge-style bottle service following dinner hours. Entry is at the doorman’s discretion. We recommend booking bottle service at Delilah.
Delilah is open 6:30 PM – 2 AM Tuesday through Saturday night.
Meet LA’s newest hot spot, Raspoutine. The latest French import comes in the form of a nightclub: Paris’ Raspoutine has officially opened its doors in West Hollywood.
“We tried to bring something that doesn’t exist and something that was maybe missing here,” says co-owner Alexander Ghislain, who owns the four global Raspoutine locations with Logan Maggio.
Open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10:30 PM to 2:00 AM.
Entry is at the doorman’s discretion, bottle service at Raspoutine is recommended.
The Nice Guy
We get why Kendall had her 20th birthday there, Kylie had one of her many 18th birthday parties here, and why all the Jenners, Kardashians, Hadids, Baldwins, and Justin Bieber are spotted there just about every weekend; it’s super dimly lit (a tribute to The Rat Pack) and feels like you’re inside one big private party. Welcome to The Nice Guy.
You, too, can live like you’re in a celebrity Instagram photo by booking a VIP table at The Nice Guy here. (Walk-ins are not welcomed.) And make sure you dress the part, because that door doesn’t mess around.
Mood lighting? Check. Celebrity sightings? Check. Bare-legged, high-heeled model types? Check. It’s 9 p.m. on a Saturday night inside Doheny Room.
Sandwiched between two landmarks, the Troubadour music venue and Dan Tana’s restaurant on Santa Monica Boulevard where West Hollywood meets Beverly Hills, the lounge-like eatery has quickly become the area’s newest spot to see and be seen since its soft opening in late April. Alicia Vikander, Chris Brown, Caroline Vreeland, Vanessa Hudgens with Ashley Tisdale – and, fascinatingly, Keanu Reeves with Winona Ryder – have all been spotted. Ready to commit? Make VIP bottle service reservations at Doheny Room here.
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LA Nightclubs FAQ
What time do Los Angeles nightclubs usually open?
Nightclubs in Los Angeles usually open around 10:00 PM to 10:30 PM. If you want to avoid lines, we recommend arriving by 10:00 PM.
What time do Los Angeles nightclubs typically close?
Most Los Angeles nightclubs will close at 2:00AM. The EDM venues typically stay open past 2, but last call for alcohol is always 2 AM.
What is the dress code like at Los Angeles clubs?
For guys, we suggest to play it safe – wear collared shirts, nice jeans, dress shoes. If you’re getting bottle service, you can get away with a more casual look (blazer + tshirt, etc). The dress code for girls is less strict but every nightclub is different. For nightclubs that are on the elegant side, most girls will be wearing heels and dresses.
How can I get into Los Angeles nightclubs for free?
Some Los Angeles clubs have a free guest list, some have a discounted list. Keep in mind that many Los Angeles nightclubs are more exclusive and require bottle service to get in.
Which Los Angeles nightclubs play Hip-Hop?
Avenue, Warwick, 1OAK, Nightingale, Highlight Room, Elevate, Bootsy Bellows, Doheny Room.
Which Los Angeles nightclubs play EDM (Electronic Dance Music)?
Avalon, Exchange, Sound, and Academy are the EDM clubs in LA.
1 OAK LA
随着电音的冒起，顶级的嘻哈夜店已经越来越少。不过1 OAK 这个夜店品牌却屹立不倒，在洛杉矶、拉斯维加斯和纽约三大城市都有分店。时尚的设计和一流的服务是1 OAK 最大的卖点。就算不是经常有顶级的DJ坐镇，这里也是城中嘻哈爱好者的必然之选。加上这里不时会出现荷里活的A级明星，喜欢嘻哈和荷里活电影的您，快到这嘻哈夜店之王看看吧！Discotech现正提供1 OAK LA每星期五的免费Guestlist，有兴趣的朋友可以按以下的链接登记！
The Argyle主要分为酒吧和夜店两个部分。楼下的酒吧没有震耳欲聋的音乐，也灯光也比较通明，与楼上的夜店区形成强烈对比。The Argyle的老板在访问中提及夜店的设计主要想让客人可以随时到楼下的酒吧交谈，不用每次都对着对方的耳朵大喊。因此酒吧餐单上的鸡尾酒都是经过精心挑选和设计的，确保客人在休息的时候都能得到最好的补充。
曾是Trousdale Lounge的Bootsy Bellows由演员David Arquette一手创立，而店名是根据其母亲名字改的。2015的装潢将这里变成一家金碧辉煌的高级夜店，无论是服务和环境都是城中数一数二的。因为老板是名人，光顾这夜店的大多是富豪或明星。如果想看看荷里活明星的风采，记得来这边逛逛哦。不过男士的话，就可能需要订台才可以进去了。
Hyde Sunset Lounge
The 2017 calendar year is fast drawing to a close, and after 350 days you probably STILL haven’t made good on your resolutions. Lose 10 pounds? Nope, you didn’t. Eat healthier? Umm, your dinner last night looked like this. Work up enough nerve to talk to that cute bartender at your local pub? Nahhh, you just sat in the corner swiping left/right on Tinder… for months. Welp, it’s a good thing New Year’s Eve is finally here!!!
For one last night you’ve got a tailor-made excuse to set aside all your past year’s disappointments and promise yourself that next year will be THE BEST YEAR OF YOUR LIFE, all while surrounding yourself with fun-loving strangers, pulsating music, and premium liquor as you dance all your cares away. And there are few better cities in the world for doing this than in Los Angeles, one of the world’s premier nightlife destinations with hundreds of fabulous party options to suit any taste.
In hopes of bringing you a little more New Year’s luck – who knows, maybe you’ll get lucky with a midnight kiss as well – here are our “Lucky Seven” picks for the best NYE nightclub parties/events around the City of Angels for you and your friends to ring in 2018:
Global trance music legend Markus Schulz – known for his marathon 10-12 hour DJ sets – waves goodbye to 2017 with a thunderous DJ set that promises not to end until after the sun dawns on the new year. The host and spearhead of Global DJ Broadcast presented on Sirius/XM and DI.fm, Schulz spent the past year bringing the funky island beats and nonstop party culture of Ibiza to his listeners via his “Ibiza Summer Sessions” segments. You can expect a similar festive atmosphere from the beginning to end of the night from the head of Coldharbour Recordings and one of Germany’s most famous exports, as he brings in the New Year at one of Hollywood’s longest-running and most famous electronic music venues.
Time: 9:00 PM – 6:00 AM
Venue: Avalon (735 Vine Street, Los Angeles, CA 90028)
Escape to the South of France this New Year’s Eve at LA’s chicest plein air venue, and join LA’s sophisticated set with a high class celebration under the stars. With ambient lighting, stylish décor, and a strong celebrity following – 2 Chainz, Lance Bass, Sam Ronson, Lebron James, and Amber Rose have all hosted events there – Le Jardin is a unique setting for visitors and locals to party their NYE away. Guests will enjoy the perks of a 5-hour premium open bar as well as a live DJ spinning an open format selection of Top 40, Hip-Hop, House, and Mash-Ups. There will be a live countdown to midnight, and the venue will offer a toast to the New Year with a complimentary glass of champagne and complimentary NYE party favors. Home & Garden meets French glamour and high-voltage nightlife on North Cahuenga Blvd at the exceptional Le Jardin.
Time: 9:00 PM – 2:00 AM
Venue: Le Jardin (1430 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028)
From the influential Dutch electronic music circuit to his place at the forefront of global dance music, R3HAB now stands for a brand everyone can sink their teeth into. Catapulted into the limelight courtesy of a string of successful original material and remixes, his is a stamp of high quality recognized on club floors, festival stages and the digital market alike. 2017 marked another year in which Holland’s hottest export dropped anchor on every corner of the globe: he is now up to 262 million SoundCloud streams, 184+ million Spotify streams, and 1+ billion video views. To wrap up his successful year, R3hab teams up with powerhouse EDM promotions group Insomniac Events to produce a blockbuster finale show deep in the heart of Hollywood.
Time: 10:00 PM – 3:00AM
Venue: Create (6021 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028)
“Greystone, twenty bottles that’s all me / On the couch, wildin’ out, yelling free my n*ggas ’til they all free!” Drake’s memorable line from French Montana’s 2012 summer anthem “Pop That” made the infamous Greystone Manor THE “must-visit” L.A. hotspot for hip-hop stars, pro athletes, and black Hollywood for a good four-year run up until its closure in 2015. In late 2016 the venue reopened as Nightingale, and it now finds itself no less exclusive, no less packed with celebrities, and no less in demand to locals and tourists alike. For years LA’s Made Nightlife Group has thrown weekly star-studded hip-hop events at Tier 1 nightclubs Bootsy Bellows and 1OAK among others all over L.A., but Greystone Manor was certainly their claim to fame… so much so that they kept the name and branded it onto their signature Sunday night events at Nightingale. The New Year’s Eve version of Greystone Sundays at Nightingale figures to be quite the wild cherry on top of yet another banner year for this hard-partying promotions crew and their loyal followers.
Time: 9:00 PM – 2:00 AM
Venue: Nightingale (643 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069)
The Argyle Hollywood in conjunction with OurNightlife Group invites you to Carpe Noctem (“seize the night”) – a New Year’s Eve show with intriguing performances lined up to wow the well-dressed crowd. Gatsby-esque decadence – wear your costumes! – and Vegas-style excess converge at Hollywood’s most exclusive champagne jam, with Open Format/Top 40 sounds by LA resident DJs in both the main room and the ultra-hip downstairs fireplace lounge. Tickets and tables include a 5-hour premium liquor open bar, tray-passed hors d’oeuvres by renowned local chefs, craft cocktails and mixology at the open-air patio bar, and a champagne toast at midnight.
Time: 9:00 PM – 3:00 AM
Venue: The Argyle Hollywood (1600 N Argyle Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028)
Step into a world of intrigue and sensuality as the SBE Group and HYDE Sunset suit up to curate a night of intriguing indulgences this New Year’s Eve. There will be a 4-hour premium open bar presented by Absolut Elyx, Avion Tequila, & Perrier-Jouet, a DJ-led countdown to the New Year, and a complimentary midnight champagne toast. Also, there will be a surprise live performance by a super-secret artist to ring in the new year. Upscale attire is encouraged, and masks will be required to enter. Book your tickets and tables now, then spend the last two weeks of 2017 doing your homework on Stanley Kubrick and what to expect out of this wild party.
Time: 9:00 PM – 3:00 AM
Venue: Hyde Sunset (8029 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90046)
If your idea of ringing in 2018 is to take it back to 1986, then The Reserve is most certainly the place for you, preppy. A vault once filled with riches of the wealthiest Angelenos of generations past, the modern-day Reserve Cocktail Club in Downtown Los Angeles continues its tradition of excellence and sophistication by giving old-school elegance a new-school flair. For NYE the venue will feature two rooms of music playing the best top 40, R&B and 80s/90s Throwbacks all night long. All tickets and bottle service packages will include a 5-hour open bar (9pm to 2am), midnight toast, photo booth pictures, party favors, and a special Midnight countdown celebration in each room. Time to get SO EXCITED to party the night away!
Time: 9:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Venue: The Reserve Cocktail Club ( 650 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014)
More events and more venues for New Year’s Eve 2018 in Los Angeles can be found on the Discotech app. Have a safe night out with your friends, please don’t drink and drive, and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!
What, exactly, is a clubstaurant? It’s the kind of place you go to not necessarily for the food, but more for the late night debauchery that accompanies it. Often with the aid of a live DJ and bountiful bar, clubstaurants are a destination in themselves, which means you’re likely to stay long after you meal has concluded. Here now are the best places in LA to both start and end your night, presented from north to south.
1 Beauty & Essex
There are few restaurants that encapsulate glitz and glam more than Beauty & Essex, the stunning restaurant in Hollywood’s new Dream Hotel complex. The gigantic 10,000 square foot space replicates the whimsy of the pawn shop façade in the Lower East Side flagship, with some of the same hits like grilled cheese and tomato soup dumplings that are easy snacks to nibble on while libations flow.
While Tao Las Vegas holds the title of highest grossing restaurant in America, the new Los Angeles outpost, also adjacent to the Dream Hotel, should follow suit soon enough. The cavernous location serves approachable, pan-Asian fare in dark, sexy digs that include an animated, twenty foot tall Quan Yin floating statue.
3 Hyde Sunset
There’s no denying that Hyde Sunset‘s beautifully designed space has all the right vibes to kick off a night out. Start off with sharable plates from Top Chef alum Chris Crary, and stay for the bottle service lounge atmosphere that gets clubbier as the night turns to early morning.
Step through the paparazzi-flocked doors of h.wood Group’s (The Nice Guy, Peppermint Club) latest venture, and instantly feel transported to the Rat Pack glory days rife with live music, burlesque dancers, and plenty of pretty people. Have a tuxedoed server serve you classic American dishes, sip on novel cocktails like the mini bottle service that comes with the Champagne Papi (which you can sometimes find Drake himself sipping from one of the prime booths), and indulge in a clubstaurant experience that feels a little more grown up than the rest.
5 Blind Dragon
Blind Dragon recently went under the knife to become a full dining experience in the vein of h.wood’s other restaurants Delilah and Nice Guy. That means new seating that is conducive to a sit-down meal of Asian-inspired snacks off of a revamped menu. Of course, there’s still the elevated karaoke experience that is fueled by a stellar cocktail list.
6 Ysabel West Hollywood
You’d be wise to make an early dinner reservation at cool kid hangout Ysabel. Swing by a little too late in the evening, and you’d better dress the part to pass the doorman, who assures that only a certain type of crowd can sip decently made libations in its pretty surroundings.
7 E.P & L.P.
What is widely considered one of West Hollywood’s most beautiful rooftops is host to plenty of pretty people, boozy boba cocktails, fantastic Southeast Asian bites that come by way of chef Louis Tikaram, and loungey late night bar vibes.
8 Doheny Room
sbe’s Doheny Room is the sort of place where the ideal dinner reservations are later than 8 p.m. to kick off a long night of revelry. Your meal will probably consist of dishes like lobster poutine and the Doheny Room’s party trick of a dessert before moving to the restaurant’s bar for after dinner drinks. But the party really starts at the clubby upstairs lounge where pretty people and vodka sodas abound.
The first LA outpost of NY’s celebrity hot spot Catch offers glitter-adorned vodka drinks, a full vegan menu, and exceptional (and pricey) seafood plates. With the lush rooftop setting and some of the city’s best people watching, it’s without question one of the sceniest spots in the city.
10 The Nice Guy
A favorite of the Kardashian clan, h.wood Group’s The Nice Guy is ideal for lovers of both red sauce joints and Hollywood hot spots. That means you can dine on chicken parm and meatballs all while taking in the beautiful Godfather-inspired space and equally beautiful people. You’re going to want to make reservations in advance to secure your seat.
11 Toca Madera
You know it’s a clubstaurant when a space comes outfitted with a photo booth and resident DJ. Come in for expensive plates of Mexican fare, and stay to rub elbows with leather jacketed ladies and gents.
12 The Venue
Don’t get confused, The Venue is not your average karaoke bar. Head into a basement through a speakeasy-like entrance and encounter a neon sign-accented space with a full dining room, bar, and thirteen private karaoke rooms. Come for dinner and stay for cocktails by Devon Epinosa and all the debauchery that ensues. Located in the heart of Koreatown.
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