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Downtown Los Angeles & Chinatown

Edgy, youthful and artistic, nightclubs in downtown LA cater to a progressive populace that demands plenty of nightlife options and isn't afraid to walk on the wild side.

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Hollywood

Hollywood is one of the most recognizable neighborhoods on the planet, and for good reason. The entertainment capital of the world packs an undeniable punch, with a vibrant nightlife scene that rivals anything you're likely to see on the silver screen.

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Sunset Strip

Undeniable grit meets rock star-worthy glamour on the famed Sunset Strip, where every building, bar and club has a story, and everybody has a dream.

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Silver Lake, Echo Park

Visit LA's hipster headquarters to encounter a booming arts scene, killer food trucks, avant-garde nightlife and a diverse population. Wear your skinny jeans and expect to find pitchers of PBR along with artisan cocktails.

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La Cienega & West Hollywood

No area in Los Angeles parties quite like West Hollywood. Home to one of the largest gay populations in L.A. County, this district thrives on diversity, celebrates creativity and welcomes everyone with open arms.

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Long Beach

From casual beach bars to upscale dance clubs and live music lounges, Long Beach bars and clubs are diverse, located close together and packed with a young college crowd.

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Santa Monica

Discover luxurious rooftop venues, Irish pubs, surf bars and seaside hangouts in Santa Monica. An affluent neighborhood full of young professionals with a spectacular beach, Santa Monica is a popular nightlife destination.

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Venice

Fun and exciting Venice Beach is known for blue skies and sunshine, and locals and visitors alike take advantage of the perfect weather at the neighborhood's numerous outdoor lounges, rooftop bars and ocean side patios.

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Hermosa Beach

Young singles and surfer types flock to Hermosa Beach, a SoCal party town with a perfect climate and plenty of options for bar hopping, live music, dancing and hanging loose.

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Cahuenga Corridor

If you feel like having the equivalent of 20 nights out all in one evening, then the Cahuenga Corridor in Hollywood is exactly where you and your crew have to go.

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West LA, Culver City

Culver City is most known for its vast array of delicious local and global cuisine and adventurous bar scene. But it's also home to a burgeoning art scene and the hole-in-the-wall live music venues consistently showcase the best bands from all over LA.

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Pasadena, Glendale

Downtown "Old Pasadena" offers restaurants, pubs, nightclubs, bars and shops to serve the daytime shopping and lunching crowd. Later on, professionals come for Happy Hour drinks, and young adults descend upon downtown Pasadena for a fun night out

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Westwood, Brentwood

From sake bombs and sports bars to beer pong and late-night happy hour specials, nightlife in Westwood features a young college crowd and plenty of flat-screen TVs.

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Manhattan Beach

Head to Manhattan Beach to find friendly beach bars, classic pubs and upscale lounges along with a surprisingly energized party scene that is popular with surfers, beach volleyball players and professional athletes.

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Pacific Palisades, Malibu

Malibu is an ideal destination to enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail along with a breathtaking sunset, a wealthy beachside community with post-surf hangouts, seafood restaurants and a couple of late-night hot spots.

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Redondo Beach

Nightlife in Redondo Beach features an easygoing mix of dive bars with ocean views, lively taverns with outdoor patios and laid-back lounges for cocktails, wine and dancing. You'll find casual atmospheres wherever you go in this coastal community.

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