Dance the night away in one of the most stylish and unique dance clubs in the city. Elevate Lounge opens when Takami Sushi closes. Enjoy the downtown nightlife from 150 feet above the ground. Located on the 21st Floor penthouse, Elevate Lounge will lift up your night to new heights.
Kick back and unwind at the Foxfire Room. This dive bar offers a variety of drinks in an eclectic, laid-back nightlife atmosphere, with a couple of TVs as well as several games, such as a golf game and darts. And remember to warm up your singing voice because Sunday nights are karaoke night!
Enjoy a great show and meal at the House of Blues. A major venue for touring bands, the House of Blues Los Angeles hosts live performances almost every night on their stage. In addition to the live entertainment, enjoy a fireside lounge, skyline views, elegant dining and a great experience on LA's nightlife scene.
Enjoy nightlife at a true, old-fashioned pub at the Library Alehouse. The Library Alehouse offers the widest selection of brews in Southern California, with 29 unique microbrews and select imports on tap as well as many bottled beers from around the globe. You can even order some delicious food to go with your craft brew.
Spend a night like a rock star, with the rock stars, at the Roxy Theatre. Famous for popular rock concerts and racy entertainment lineups, like The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Roxy has become a nationally renowned party place and LA nightlife venue. Be prepared to party hard and live it up all night long.
If you like whiskey or bourbon, head over to Seven Grand Downtown LA for 300-plus of the best premium whiskeys, rare ryes and small batch bourbons in the city. Self-described as a swank, Irish-infused urban oasis, Seven Grand offers a relaxing nightlife atmosphere with traditional Celtic drinking music and a 150-year old pool table.
Be sure to make a reservation for a table at The Spare Room bar, located in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. This upscale bar and nightlife lounge features high-end service, with a full bar and waitstaff. Have a party at this intimate venue, complete with two bowling lanes, table games and a secret photo booth.
Opened in 1993 and partially owned by Johnny Depp until 2004, the Viper Room on the Sunset Strip was known as a popular nightlife hangout for young celebrities and is noted for being the site where actor River Phoenix died. This smaller venue continues to be well known for its excellent acoustics and Hollywood atmosphere.
For a small venue with great acoustics and top-notch local bands and headliners, stop by Whisky A Go-Go. Since opening in 1964, they have acted as an anchor on the Sunset Strip nightlife scene, hosting some of rock ‘n roll's most legendary bands and up-and-coming new artists.