No Name Club
With blacked-out windows, no sign, and a darkened doorway - this "secret" club on Fairfax indeed feels a bit spy-vs-spy. Once inside the low-lit lounge, however, you'll find comfy seating, occasional celebrity appearances, and on the menu: fried chicken.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Venue CategoryLounge in Los Angeles
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