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The Los Angeles Stock Exchange building was re-modeled and now holds rocking nightclubs and upscale bars. This nightclub gets its name from the building where it's housed. It is hard to find foot space here if you decide to haunt this place later in the evening, as it's always crowded. Top of the line sound systems and glaring lights make for a cool nightclub atmosphere. Live music and the young, hip crowd are just energetic enough to set you tapping your feet.
Lure is a swank nightclub with a state-of-the-art sound system, LED walls and a hidden garden that has a world of its own. Featuring a fire carved image, a chic lounge, glossy dance floor, cocooned VIP area and a loft space with exposed wood ceiling, the club has four mosaic bars serving fine drinks and cocktail specials. Expect the best of DJs to rock the house and if you get tired of all that dancing, then head to 'The Patio', their alluring garden with water and flower sculptures, cabanas, hanging plants and tree chandeliers. Don't be surprised to see your favorite celeb enjoying a night here.
Avalon Hollywood began its life as a theater in 1927, and ever since has undergone numerous name changes, and staged several theatrical events and musical concerts, such as: 'Caesar & Cleopatra', and 'The Vagabond King'. This venue is also home to the first ever American Music Awards, and has held concerts for Nirvana, Soundgarden, Smashing Pumpkins, and the Beastie Boys. It is a club. venue, a host to special events, restaurant and more.
Want to dance all night, but tired of over-crowded LA nightclubs? Come to Boulevard3 and rest assured that you will have enough room to shake a leg. With a 15,000 square foot garden room and a balcony suite, this place rocks every single night of the week. The glamorous crowd adds that extra touch. Special events and private parties are catered to as well. The cherry on the cake is of course the hunky DJ spinning the latest numbers. So ladies and gentlemen, this is Hollywood nightlife at its best!
Themed nights and strong cocktails make this entertainment venue and nightclub a favorite for Los Angeles revelers. Fubar is an LGBT establishment in the West Hollywood neighborhood. Touted as, "not your fathers gay bar", Fubar as lively as they come. Gorgeous bartenders mix up the perfect drinks, while resident DJ's get the tunes spinning and the people out on the dance floor.
Once owned by actor Johnny Depp, this notorious ultra-hot bar is known for its cutting-edge music and celebrity-studded scene. Depp and his co-owners continue to book major music acts and intriguing unknowns to entertain the glitzy crowd. Be prepared to wait in line unless you are famous. Viper Room is one of the brightest (dark) spots in West Hollywood, and one which any self-respecting club-goer would put high on their list. Cover varies; check the calendar for occasional discount passwords.
Whisky a Go Go is truly steeped in the very roots of rock history. In addition to being the joint that spawned the term "Go-Go Girl," legendary acts like The Doors, Janis Joplin and Buffalo Springfield used to play here. Rock 'n' Rollers still, to this day, flock to this modern-day mecca. It is not an overstatement to call this the premier rock club in Los Angeles, if not the entire world. Try the upstairs area to get away from the crowd and to get a different vantage point.