Lost in Los Angeles: Top 5 LA Night Spots

by / Wednesday, 25 May 2016 / Published in BeerRightNow Cities, Random Ravings, Travel

Los Angeles is a major hub for music, pop culture, food, outdoor activities, and night life. For decades the city of angels has attracted tourists from around the world to its history in film and entertainment as well as its natural tendencies to be a cultural melting pot. When it comes to night life, LA is setting the pace. From exclusive VIP lists to casual DJ events, the city has every type of music, theme and drink to satisfy or spark any palate. Here are some of the top nightspots to check out the next time you are looking to get lost in Los Angeles.

Avalon Hollywood


Avalon Hollywood is a night club, concert venue, and corporate special events location with generous hours. With a capacity of 2000 persons, this Vine Street hot spot was originally called the The Hollywood Playhouse and was first opened in 1927. The building was renovated an turned into a premier night club in 2007 where it hosts music and parties of all calibers and genres. The space currently focuses on trap and dubstep music, attracting the biggest industry names in electronic music.

King King Hollywood


King King Hollywood is located on Hollywood Boulevard and was dubbed “Best Nightclub” in the LA Reader’s Choice Awards. While the King King space has stated that they’ve closed in January, there is rumor and high hope for any sort of near future reboot in a different location, especially considering the night spot’s all-encompassing reputation.



Create Nightclub is another Hollywood Boulevard destination that specializes in hosting popular DJs and emerging artists including Ruby Rose, Fedde Le Grand, Elephante, and more. The club is considered to feature some of the world’s best dance music and exhilarating light shows. Create also regularly updates a playlist archive on their official website.

Rooftop at The Standard Hotel


When it comes to swanky high rise parties, the Rooftop at The Standard Hotel is the premier Los Angeles night spot. The club includes a glassy rooftop pool that kisses the LA skyline, along with moody light fixtures, canopy-topped bars, a fireplace, elegant plant sculptures, and red astroturf.

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