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Los Angeles has one of the best selection of nightlife activities. Ranging from high class restaurants to laid back lounges, there’s something to do for everyone no matter what you’re preference. Los Angeles also has a great sports selection. From two different basketball teams to the two time Stanley Cup Champions, Los Angeles has a team for every spots fan.
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Los Angeles Night life and Entertainment
The Magic Castle
One of the most exclusive destination spots in Los Angeles, the Magic Castle showcases many expert magicians’ talents in an intimate and up-close environment. Based in an old turn of the century mansion, the decor accents the architecture and age appropriately. The Magic Castle is invite only and has a strict dress code, which makes it a great location to surprise a date with. Most reviewers rate it as a once in a lifetime opportunity, which is why it’s at the top of our list.
Built in 1999, Staples Center quickly became one of Los Angeles’ premier venues for sports and concerts alike. Hosting everyone from Madonna to Kobe to Disney on Ice, Staples Center always has some sort of event going on for anyone’s tastes. Start your night off by going across the street to L.A. Live. Here you have your choice of eateries. From American food to Japanese, you can find it at L.A. Live. Staples Center is right across the street, so you don’t have to worry about getting to the venue after you stop and eat. There is also a Metro station right across the street from Staples Center for those that don’t enjoy driving downtown or want to avoid high parking rates.
Looking for something with a more upbeat tempo? Avalon is your place. Located directly across from the Capitol Records building, many locals and visitors a lot make Avalon their final destination for the night. Avalon has an every changing line up, which makes it easy to see your favorite DJ’s in a familiar venue. Friday nights tend to attract a younger crowed as the venue hosts an 18+ night. However, if you’re looking for a more exclusive night, Saturdays are the way to go. At 21+, these nights are a little less wild and more sophisticated than the previous nights. Visit the venues multiple rooms and even have visit the balcony for a unique view of the area.
Are you tired of the weak girl-to-guy ratio? Want a venue that packs the dance floor? Then look to Playhouse. The venue is catered to females and whenever a girl goes out, she tends to bring her friends with her. This makes it one of the best venues for a girl’s night out! On the other side of the coin, if you’re a guy looking to surround yourself with a dance floor of energetic women singing and dancing along to the music, then this is your place. Located in the heart of Hollywood, you can either drive here or take a Metro line if you’re planning to party hard.
Bars / Date Spots
108 W 2nd St Los Angeles, CA 90012 Phone number (213) 613-0000
Take a step back in time to the days when silent movies and flapper girls were the way of life. That’s exactly what The Edison does the moment you walk through their door. Immediately you’re ushered to a two story spiraling staircase leading downstairs to a below ground experience. From the flapper dresses and suits being worn (Not required, but guys cannot be sloppy), to the steampunk décor, this once factory for Edison, indulges you and takes you on a time travel back in time. A great place for a group or a date. Just don’t forget to walk around the entire place to truly get the experience.
118 E 6th St Los Angeles, CA 90014 Phone number (213) 622-9999
Remember the movie Swingers? "For some reason, cool bars in L.A. have to be very hard to find and have no signs out front.” Welcome to The Varnish, if you can find it. A speakeasy that truly has the essence of one and not just another bar with an interior that represents one. You’ll need to find your way to the back of the main bar establishment, Coles. Choose the correct door and enter into a speakeasy done right. Wooden booths and dapper bartenders. The employees here are dressed the part and it’s a great spot to bring a date.
448 S Hill St Los Angeles, CA 90013 Phone number (213) 802-1770
Recommend, recommend, recommend. If you want to impress a date or just check out a really cool spot for dinner and drinks, Perch is an absolute must. This downtown location takes you up 13 floors to landing where you switch elevators for another few floors up. Arrive at the main level where you’ll find inside and outside dining overlooking the city of angels. One main bar supplies this downstairs, but the main attraction is awaiting two more flights up. Take the stairway (only way up) to the rooftop of this amazing place and soak in the fresh air of the night while you overlook all of Los Angeles. This place usually has a jazz band playing for the earlier part of the night. Music, views and a bit of history makes this place a definite must try.
11720 Ventura Blvd Studio City, CA 91604 Phone Number (818) 762-1833
Over the hill and to the valley we go for this next place. Firefly, in Studio City, provides a dimly lit bar and lounge for dates and friends to share a few cocktails. Try the infused vodkas, they’re always different and always tasty. If you’re hungry or want a late snack, there is an entire outdoor, yet covered area for dining. Surrounded by a library style lounge, you can sit, relax and read a book. I recommend leaving the books where they are and concentrating on your date. It’s discreet, good crowd, and a stones throw away from a few other bars along Ventura Blvd.
Pearls Liquor Bar
8909 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 360-6800
Located on the famous Sunset Strip, Pearls is a new addition that brings an old school feel mixed with a cigar lounge style. You first walk into a lounge area, dark, woody and leathery. Don’t stop there, continue to the back and head upstairs. First stop, a tiny indoor patio with astro turf, a table and a swing. Head up to the next level and you’ll find bar table seating overlooking the Sunset Strip. The upstairs bar is tucked in the back, just watch your step with the many little level changes. Start or end your night here, you’ll be just fine.