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SoCal's most colorful city attracts late-night revelers from every corner of the globe. A town famous for its bold personality and tight-knit community, the selection of bars, dance clubs and fine restaurants has made the area a must see for decades. As long as you come with an open mind and comfortable shoes, West Hollywood is a guaranteed good time.
Unique, diverse and unapologetic, West Hollywood is a city with a life of its own. Don't be thrown off by the spirited locals and one-of-kind shops, bars and restaurants, this town takes partying seriously. Wedged between the luxury of Beverly Hills and the trendiness of Hollywood, WeHo offers a come one, come all atmosphere, with a nightlife portfolio that appeals to L.A.'s mix of live music lovers, groove seeking club hoppers and laidback loungers.
West Hollywood knows how to reel in patrons, with several nightclubs catering to the city's broad clientele. A blast from the past, Revolver, a video bar that made a splash in the 1980s, is back for a second round, complete with nightly variety shows and the sexiest staff serving the best drinks at any gay bar in the area direct competition for neighborhood favorite Micky's. With over the top glitz and old school Hollywood glamour, Greystone Manor Supperclub is the ultimate celebrity playground where you might spot Rihanna or Bruno Mars swaying to one of their tunes on any given night.
For those who would prefer live music over a DJ, the legendary venue The Troubadour continues to showcase both up-and-coming and established singer-songwriters. And winding down in WeHo is surprisingly simple with the help of relaxed bars like The Surly Goat and Barney's Beanery. Whether you're up for non-stop dancing or endless karaoke, however you decide to spend your night is completely up to you. That's the beauty of West Hollywood. - Shontel Horne
8171 W Sunset Blvd
Spending an evening at the trendy yet intimate Bar Marmont needs to go to the top of your L.A. bucket list immediately - if it isn't there already.
8911 W. Sunset Blvd.
Retro, cool, and inconspicuous, Rock and Reilly's is the best kept secret of WeHo locals and celebrities.
8909 West Sunset Blvd
Come check out how West Hollywood just upped the fancy quotient.
9039 Sunset Blvd,
Offering a New York nightlife experience on LA's infamous Sunset Strip where the Key Club used to be, this glamorous, masculine club is a step up from the usual fare. Excess is encouraged and champagne flows like water.
8911 Santa Monica Blvd
Dance all night at Rage, an iconic West Hollywood restaurant, bar and 18+ nightclub with two levels and two dance floors that has been going strong for over 20 years.
9229 Sunset Blvd
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, pupp
8371 W Sunset Blvd
The Sunset Strip's famous Saddle Ranch chophouse offers jaded Angelenos the awesome ability to get into something a little bit (or a lot) different this weekend.
8901 Sunset Blvd
Since 1964, The Whisky A Go-Go has been home to some of the largest names in Rock'n'Roll.
432 N Faifax Ave
With blacked-out windows, no sign, and a darkened doorway - this "secret" club on Fairfax indeed feels a bit spy-vs-spy. Once inside the low-lit lounge, however, you'll find comfy seating, occasional celebrity appearances, and on the menu: fried chicken.
401 N La Cienega
Cozy and classic, this comfortable Italian hangout features an old-school atmosphere and an exclusive reputation. You'll need reservations - if you can get them - at this high-class hotspot, a fine dining restaurant, and velvet-roped club.
If you've ever wanted to celebrate October 31st with several hundred thousand partyers, the West Hollywood Costume Carnival on Santa Monica is one of the biggest Halloween celebrations in the world. WeHo wouldn't have it any other way.
West Hollywood clubs run the gamut from swanky lounges that occupy the space (literally and figuratively) between cutting edge Hollywood and fancy Beverly Hills, to all night dance parties that scream fun fun fun! We've got a great mix of clubs for you this week. Just like the WeHo scene itself, whatever you're looking for, you'll find here! Put on your fanciest clothes, rev up that engine, get down to WeHo and start dancing! Don't forget your comfy shoes - you're gonna need 'em!
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