Sevilla is a three-floor venue with tapas, live Latin music and DJs spinning your favorite hits on a spacious dance floor.
Patrons can enjoy tapas or family style plates and a full bar on the first two levels. Then at 10pm, make your way up to level three for the real fun. Sevilla Night Club, which features plush lounge areas, fun neon lighting and large windows, offers a salsa night, Mexican banda nights, and top 40-playing DJs. Also, be sure to try the "hair of the dog" Sunday brunch from 11am-2am.
Walk into Cafe Sevilla around dinnertime, and you will see what looks like a traditional Spanish restaurant. People sit around brick or red plush walls, depending on which floor you’re on, drinking Sangria, sharing tapas, and listening to live Latin music. Sevilla's decor and food made for sharing capture an authentic España feel. At 10pm, venture upstairs to the third floor to Sevilla’s hidden gem. The nightclub features beautiful go-go dancers, seating areas equipped with pillows, two bars and a large dance floor. Candles and dim chandelier lighting contribute to the amatory ambiance, as do patrons who dance the night away. On Sundays and Mondays, banda music, including Mexican pop and cumbias, blares through the speakers. Get your salsa dance on every Wednesday, and enjoy college night drink specials on Thursdays. Friday and Saturday nights are for the top-40-loving crowd. The DJ spins today’s most popular hits, and you can enjoy bottle service starting at $175. Though your attire can be a bit more casual for the dining area, get your blazers and heels out for Sevilla Night Club. Whether a live salsa band is performing or a DJ is spinning, you’ll want to look your best. Visit Sevilla Night Club for a special event, and reserve a VIP table or booth for the night. Friday nights, come before 10:30pm and you won't have to pay cover; Saturdays, pay $10 before 10pm if you're on the guest list.
At the downstairs tapas bar, you’ll find Flamenco Gypsy dancers. During Wednesday’s Salsa night, pay a $5 cover, which includes a free salsa and bachata lesson. The nightclub portion opened in 2006, and quickly became one of Long Beach’s most popula
If you are having a birthday party or taking a limo/party bus to go clubbing, let Sevilla staff know in advance. They will put your whole party on the guest list. If you want to check out a sample of their DJs music, visit the Sevilla Night Club website.