Inspired by 60s Art Deco and vaudeville, this racy nightclub owned by David Arquette offers a diverse array of live entertainment. On various nights, you might encounter DJs, costumed burlesque dancers, live bands, celebrities, and even puppets. Yes, puppView
Upscale lounge featuring signature drinks, chandeliers and VIP table service. This stylish lounge is geared toward the bottle service crowd, but bartenders are on standby for wine and craft cocktails.View
Neither a hotel nor a cafe, this little gem stands out among the Hollywood powerhouse clubs because it doesn't stand out much at all. It's a little place that attracts some of the biggest KCRW-types.View
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.
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
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.
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.
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.