A Night on the Town
Rub shoulders with celebrities and A-listers as you sip expertly prepared signature cocktails at the best bars, lounges and clubs in Los Angeles. Find our list of some of the best Los Angeles nightlife spots below.
Catch a glimpse of celebrities and the city’s biggest names as you enjoy live performances from popular artists and DJs at this decadent Los Angeles night club.
With décor including antique typewriters and bookshelves along the wall, a vintage vibe sets the scene at this relaxed bar serving cocktails named for Hemingway titles.
Hyde Sunset Kitchen + Cocktails
Featuring seasonal cuisine by Top Chef Chris Crary and signature craft cocktails, Hyde Sunset Kitchen + Cocktails combines dining and nightlife on the Sunset Strip.
Windows Lounge features an expansive outdoor patio, live entertainment on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, appetizers from around the world, specialty martinis, and an extensive wine list.
The Nice Guy
Designed to evoke the decadence of Mafia bars and restaurants, this swanky, reservations-only lounge offers a varied menu of gourmet food and signature cocktails.
The Abbey Food & Bar
Two-time winner of the MTV Logo Best Gay Bar in the World Award, The Abbey offers indoor and outdoor venues for drinking and dining in Los Angeles.
A two-storey lounge and bar with strikingly beautiful décor, Warwick serves delicious specialty cocktails and a curated selection of beers.
This legendary music venue helped to launch the careers of some of the world’s most famous performers, including Elton John and James Taylor.
The Roxy Theatre
Located on West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, this world-famous theatre has been a launching platform for musicians, actors and comedians since it opened in 1973.
The Laugh Factory
Considered one of the best comedy clubs in the country, and with locations in Hollywood and Long Beach, The Laugh Factory hosts comedy’s top stars and emerging talents on its stage.
The city’s leading entertainment district – home to six live entertainment venues, a 14-screen cinema, the GRAMMY Museum and 19 resturants – hosts numerous award shows and red-carpet premieres each year.