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  • Downtown Los Angeles & Chinatown

    Downtown Los Angeles & Chinatown

    Hang out with old friends, mingle with new faces or dance the hours away at nightclubs in downtown LA, a neighborhood that is growing into a progressive, artistic and youthful urban core. With everything from chilled-out lounges to high-energy dance halls, edgy downtown LA clubs offer something for everyone.


  • Hollywood


    From low key speakeasies to lavish, sprawling mega-clubs, Hollywood has enough late night hangouts to suit every mood, style and preference. Known more for its onscreen persona than its actual identity, Tinsletown's hot spots have catered to L.A.'s discerning night owls for decades. Whether it's dancing poolside at ultra-trendy W Hotel or entering through the kitchen to get to Room 86, a night out in Hollywood is sure to be memorable, even after a few absinthe cocktails


  • Sunset Strip

    Sunset Strip

    From the Viper Room to the Chateau Marmont, tales of the Sunset Strip's best known hot spots are legendary, and while much has been made of the Strip's past, the area continues to thrive as a premiere SoCal party destination. After just a few minutes on The Sunset Strip, you'll get why locals and visitors alike flock to the Strip again and again.


  • Silver Lake, Echo Park

    Silver Lake, Echo Park

    Known for eclectic nightlife, organic restaurants and funky boutiques, Silver Lake is one of the top neighborhoods in the country for the hipster lifestyle. Centered around a reservoir, this trendy, diverse area rubs shoulders with upscale Los Feliz and gritty Echo Park and offers easy access to nearby Downtown and Hollywood.


  • Santa Monica

    Santa Monica

    Nightlife in Santa Monica is an eclectic affair, with everything from sandy surf bars by the beach to sleek rooftop spaces at high-end hotels. Discover numerous bars and pubs along Main Street and the Third Avenue Promenade, and open patio venues by the Santa Monica’s famous beach and pier.


  • La Cienega & West Hollywood

    La Cienega & West Hollywood

    Though West Hollywood doesn't wait until the sun goes down to have fun, the streets simply dazzle in the dark. There's no shortage of entertainment for partyers to enjoy, no matter where you go in WeHo, check the egos at door and be ready to hit the dance floor.


  • Long Beach

    Long Beach

    From the downtown core of nightclubs and the casual bars of Belmont to the trendy East Village Arts District, Long Beach offers a range of nightlife options. Head to Long Beach to party and you'll find live music venues, chilled-out lounges, intense dance clubs and plenty of outdoor patios.


  • Cahuenga Corridor

    Cahuenga Corridor

    There is no other place in Hollywood besides the Cahuenga Corridor where you can find sports bars, lounges, clubs, hipster watering holes, tattoo parlors, intimate music venues, rough and tumble cowboy bars and German beer gardens all in the same place. This spot is the place to be when you just want to do absolutely everything all in one night.


  • Venice


    From beer bars on the boardwalk and patios by the beach to upscale rooftop lounges and local surfing dives, Venice Beach bars and clubs are as colorful as the neighborhood itself. With a backdrop of the Pacific Ocean, killer sunset views and a sexy young crowd, the bars of Venice Beach are bound to please.


  • Hermosa Beach

    Hermosa Beach

    Head to Hermosa Beach bars and you'll be in good company with Southern California's hottest singles, surfers and party animals. Young people from all over the South Bay head to this beachside hotspot, where densely packed clubs and mild climate year-round create an ideal atmosphere for socializing and party hopping.


  • West LA, Culver City

    West LA, Culver City

    Downtown Culver City is fast becoming the go-to spot for Westside Angelenos. This upscale yet laid-back neighborhood is now home to a wide variety of bars, restaurants, art galleries, wine bars, and lounges, making it great for a night on the town with friends, or a romantic date for two.


  • Manhattan Beach

    Manhattan Beach

    Bars, pubs and lounges dominate the nightlife scene in Manhattan Beach, a casual surf community with a wealthy populace. Sandals and shorts are the standard dress for the majority of pubs and bars, and you'll encounter a laid-back crowd in their 20s near Manhattan Beach Pier and El Porto.


  • Pacific Palisades, Malibu

    Pacific Palisades, Malibu

    Malibu nightlife is as lean as the movie stars who call the coastal community home. But you will find a top-shelf selection of wine bars and cocktail lounges for watching the sunset and nibbling on fresh seafood, along with post-surf spots and a couple of late-night haunts for hanging out.



Elevate Lounge
811 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles

Elevate Lounge in Los Angeles is one of the best clubs I've ever been to. The view from the 21st floor is great, as it reaches over downtown L.A. Well spaced and still cozy, the atmosphere is lively but not too loud. Purple lighting that fills the club helps with Elevate's well earned style. The custom Absolut LA drink served there with lemon is one of the best had. Ever! 5 stars!

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