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Bars and nightlife in Los Angeles

Top bars

Beach Bar
“Great place to visit Many, Sea Food Restaurant and shopping and Fun Park Close to Santa Monica Pier, its about 50 Minutes away”
  • 317 locals recommend
New American Restaurant
“Everything here is delicious...this place is so cool they don't even put their name on the outside...the takeout next door is great too! ”
  • 492 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Sunday brunch spot for a true LA experience. Live jazz, rooftop vibes, delicious eats and great drinks. Try the crab Benedict, bread pudding and the sangria. After brunch head up one floor to the rooftop bar for great views of downtown LA. Tip: make a reservation! Note: my location is 15 mins away from Perch ”
  • 337 locals recommend
Gay Bar
“Cocktails & shared plates are served at this lively gay lounge with outdoor terraces & dance floor. Address: 692 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069”
  • 223 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Fun French restaurant located at Silverlake Junction. Bar Stella is adjacent and has a lively Euro scene. ”
  • 279 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Cool trendy spot in West Hollywood! Beautiful people, cool setting; Inside can get really loud, try to get an outside seating, you will love seating under the stars, lights, and trees. Best to order Lollipop Sprouts and mushroom pizza (share with friends)... so good!”
  • 169 locals recommend
Hotel
“The rooftop bar is a must visit at sunset, the views are amazing when the distant mountains appear between the surrounding office buildings.”
  • 163 locals recommend
Gastropub
“Mohawk Bend is located in a retrofitted 100-year-old silent movie theater and is one of my favorite places to eat and hang out with friends or just go by myself and have a pizza during Happy Hour. They have a ton of California craft beers & a delicious locally sourced American menu with options for all diets. They have a great Happy Hour during ~ Mon – Fri: 3 PM – 7 PM ~ Fri – Sat: 11 PM – Close ~ Sun – Thurs: 10 PM – Close. There is usually a wait during peak hours so I would recommend making a reservation unless you're visiting during HH. ”
  • 201 locals recommend

Nightclubs

Lounge
“The Lakers, ESPN Zone, Lucky Strike Bowling, Restaurants - Los Angeles Downtown area is expanding with activities, eateries and art galleries”
  • 149 locals recommend
Lounge
“It's a nice spot to chill and meet people. It get very busy on weekend nights. But you can go anytime they're open and still meet people”
  • 245 locals recommend
Gay Bar
“Cocktails & shared plates are served at this lively gay lounge with outdoor terraces & dance floor. Address: 692 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069”
  • 223 locals recommend
Rock Club
“Echo Parks most famous music venue. It’s small and intimate with a decent sized patio area outside. When The Rolling Stones played a surprise show here it basically shut down Echo Park for the night. ”
  • 148 locals recommend
Wine Bar
“Close by on Abbot Kinney, great scene, but only beer and wine. Buzzy modern hangout provides draft brews & wine in an open, airy interior with a minimalist vibe.”
  • 139 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Great bar/restaurant located right next to the Venice beach boardwalk. Great night scene and cool vibe.”
  • 132 locals recommend
Comedy Club
“Looking for a laugh? Some of the most iconic comedians perform on a nightly basis. Super fun date night!”
  • 97 locals recommend
Speakeasy
“They have a dress code; very nice joint. Sometimes have performers. Great food, awesome decor.”
  • 126 locals recommend

Music venues

Music Venue
“This is a great place to see a concert. It's outdoors, so bring a jacket. There are lots of food options on site, or you can pack a picnic. Lyft has a special lot at the Bowl that is right next to the entrance. Super easy in and out.”
  • 542 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“Must see for architect lovers and great music venues. Check their calendar, if you are lucky you'll catch a show that interests you here. The Walt Disney Concert Hall at 111 South Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles, California, is the fourth hall of the Los Angeles Music Center and was designed by Frank Gehry. ”
  • 246 locals recommend
Basketball Stadium
“Home to the Lakers and Clippers! Also many big name entertainment acts perform there regularly ”
  • 201 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“The sight "never gets old" when you see this Frank Gehry space. Don't even need to go inside”
  • 122 locals recommend
Amphitheater
“Historic, 5,900-seat amphitheater in a wooded park showcasing a variety of acts under the stars.”
  • 154 locals recommend
Rock Club
“Echo Parks most famous music venue. It’s small and intimate with a decent sized patio area outside. When The Rolling Stones played a surprise show here it basically shut down Echo Park for the night. ”
  • 148 locals recommend
Record Shop
“Probably the west coast's most fabulous record store. Fun visit even if you don't buy anything. Pay for parking.”
  • 157 locals recommend
Museum
“A fabulous little place, not expensive to get in. Great gift shop, lots of interactive things to do and fantastic memorabilia to see. If you like music and movies it's definitely worth a visit.”
  • 58 locals recommend
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