LA Dine N Club home dine club movies stories and pics mind and body store-buy-now las-vegas-travel-story home dine-review clubs tattoo-art boxing news mind-and-body store travel home dine club celebs movies news and pics mind and body guest book contact us home dine club tattoo-art boxing stories and pics mind-and-body-training-stories store-buy-now las-vegas-travel-story home dine club celebs movies news and pics mind and body guest book contact us home dine club movies stories and pics mind and body store-buy-now las-vegas-travel-story


Club-button local events concerts



Air Conditioned Lounge — 310.230.5343
625 Lincoln Blvd. Venice, CA 90291

Doors open at 8pm (Friday's at 7pm) nightly for Venice's most anticipated new nightspot, the rich cinnamon-colored building that stands at the site of the former El Marquez.

The 3700 square foot neighborhood den is a unique find on the Westside, offering you a combination of live music, DJs, intercontinental cocktail cuisine [see menu], spacious booth seating and a large dance floor. It's all wrapped within a retro-modern design that defies description.

Want a party within the party? Looking for an exquisite location for a corporate event, private party or intimate gathering? We also have a 50-person-capacity VIP room that can play host to your birthdays, work celebrations and random acts of socializing


Airliner Club— 323.221.0771
2419 N. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031

In Short – This aeronautical-theme nightclub is laid out over two levels, including a large smoker's patio, dance floor and two full bars. The main bar area features TV screens with sporting events and music videos, as well as a separate plush lounge featuring retro-vinyl banquettes and curved-wooden bar; the walls and vaulted ceiling are painted in asymmetrical colors of pink and white. Under disco spotlighting, a sprawling dance floor features a main stage, which hosts live music and DJ events.


Aqua Restaurant and Lounge — 310.275.8511
424 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Aqua lounge is located in the heart of Beverly Hills between Brighton Way and Little Santa Monica Blvd on the east side of N. Beverly Drive. Aqua’s interior has a feel of a ship deck with an aquatic vibe from our coral dining room to our wood paneled VIP lounge.

The fare is Creative World Cuisine, which uses common international ingredients in new and exciting ways. Chef Peter Pocsaji wants to give you a new taste experience. The menu is intended for sharing so that people try as many different flavors as possible. We support local farmers, and use organic ingredients when possible. Our fish is caught daily and flown to us the next day.


Area Night Club — 310.652.2012
643 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069

A hit with Hollywood heavyweights, celebrities and partygoers alike. Area offers a sleek Mid-Century Modern design in the heart of Los Angeles. An open, airy space with modern décor and decidedly residential feel, Area’s banquettes and sofas create intimate seating areas which surround the dance floor and flank the clubs two bars, perfect for guests to socialize and enjoy the club’s premium bottle service.


Arena — 323.462.1291
6655 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038


Aura — 818.487.1488
12215 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604


Avalon Hollywood — 323.462.3000
1735 Vine St., Hollywood, CA 90028

Avalon Hollywood, formerly the historic Palace theatre, exudes a unique mix of classic “tinsel town” history with cutting-edge contemporary, while maintaining the style and soul of a venue witness to legendary performances that spanned decades, from Judy Garland to Prince, The Beatles to Snoop Dogg, and Frank Sinatra to Nirvana. With its state-of the art lighting & sound systems, Avalon Hollywood is ideal for live concerts, awards show, film shoots, fashion shows, & film screenings. Its prime location next to the Arclight theatre and Cinerama Dome puts Avalon Hollywood as the perfect spot for Hollywood film premiere parties.


Bar Lubitsch — 323.654.1234
7702 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA  90046


Chateau Bar Marmont — 323.650.0575
8171 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046


Blu Monkey Bar & Lounge — 323.957.9000
5521 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028


Brass Monkey — 213.381.7047
659 S. Mariposa Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90005


Cabana Club — 323.463.0005
1439 Ivar Ave Hollywood, CA 90028

The indoor/outdoor setting evokes Old Hollywood with its mixture of tropical and traditional club decor. Lush plants compliment the poolside exterior and hues of brown and gold provide a warm inviting feeling to the lush private cabanas and outdoor seating space.

Ornate tiling and whimsical artwork adds a perfect touch to the exterior bar and lounge areas. Guests of the two-tiered indoor area enjoy a darker more traditional club feel with a built in stage and private banquets as well as a chiseled mahogany bar.


Catalina Bar & Grill — 323.466.2210
6725 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028

"Our main priority is to please our diverse clientele by bringing the best jazz talent to Hollywood and continue to do so far for many years to come" said club owner Catalina Popescu. This supper club, with its Old World charm provides a warm and inviting environment for its guest, while enjoying a superb meal and great live jazz.

Catalina Bar & Grill has certainly lived up to its slogan "Nothing But The Best In Jazz" by presenting a veritable Who's Who of jazz legends.


Circle Bar — 310.450.0508
2926 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405

A neighborhood dive for three decades, this Main Street bar has redefined itself as one of the hottest bars in LA for over five years and has sustained a reputation to draw celebs, tattoo cats and hot single 20-30 something girls and guys.


Circus Disco — 323.462.1291
6655 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038


Club 740 — 213.225.5934
740 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014


Club 7969 — 323.654.0280
7969 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90046


Club Lingerie — 323.466.8557
6507 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028


Club Nokia — 213.765.7000
800 West Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015

Club Nokia, opening in November 2008, is the perfect venue to host live performances of a more intimate nature. Accommodating up to 2,300 guests, Club Nokia is the perfect venue for new breaking music acts, special events, and cultural shows — while also providing an excellent space for corporate events and private parties.


Club Sevilla — 951.778.0611
3252 Mission Inn Ave, Riverside, CA 92507


Coco de Ville — 310.659.7363
755 N. La Cienega Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

Located in the trendy West Hollywood neighborhood, Coco de Ville hosts the top tastemakers from all industries in its eccentrically decorated and intimate space.


Detroit Bar — 949.642.0600
843 W. 19th St., Costa Mesa, CA 92627

In 2001, The Memphis Group purchased Club Mesa, a popular destination for punk shows during the 80's and ’90s located in an aging, non-descript strip center within Costa Mesa’s newly branded 19 West District. With a new vision, a state-of-the-art sound system and a remodeled interior, the venue was transformed into Detroit Bar, a comfortable Silverlake-meets-OC style setting with a reputation for top-notch, progressive musical programming.

Detroit Bar provides the local community an opportunity to experience an eclectic mix of live performances by emerging indie-rock outfits and critically acclaimed touring acts, as well as a cutting-edge lineup of DJs spinning rare groove, underground hip-hop, house and electro.


Dragonfly — 323.466.6111
6510 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038


Ecco Ultra Lounge — 323.464.2065
1640 Cahuenga Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028


El Cid — 323.668.0318
4212 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90029

In 1961, El Cid Restaurant was born, and the building was converted into an authentic replica of a 16th century Spanish tavern. From its exterior courtyard of flowering gardens, fountains, and patios to its high wood beam ceiling and colorful antique bricks, it forms an unusual backdrop for the exciting El Cid dinner theater shows. El Cid features the finest Flamenco dancers, singers, and guitarists on an intimate stage.

El Cid offers a romantic blend of dining, history and entertainment, that is unique, mystic, and beautiful... Hidden in the heart of Hollywood. With great entertainment and a new variety of late night and dinner shows to choose from, El Cid is known as a landmark of Hollywood.


El Dorado — 310.207.0150
11777 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA


Element — 323.460.4632
1642 Las Palmas Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028

An A-list celebrity dance club you never know who you will see on the dance floor at this mega club that is always on fire.


Elite Restaurant— 626.282.9998
700 S. Atlantic Blvd. Monterey Park, CA 91754


Florentine Gardens — 323.464.0706
5951 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028


Gabah — 323.664.8913
4658 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA 90029

Upbeat low-key underground club with a crowd that comes to dance.


Garden of Eden — 323.465.3336
6621 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028


Good Hurt — 310.390.1076
12249 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066

Good Hurt is west LA's hottest new nightclub, offering a wide range of music 7 nights a week. Ranging from Sunday night Reggae to live Rock, to the latest Techno beats. Our deep red lounge provides the perfect environment to dance, shoot pool and chill. Let our sexy nurses write your prescription for one of our signature drinks, like the Transfusion, and find out the true meaning of a Good Hurt.


House of Blues — 323.848.5100
8430 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

House of Blues Sunset Strip opened in 1994 and is located in the heart of West Hollywood. This location is home to unique pieces of art and architecture, such as work by Alan Sainte James Boudrot and our Jake and Elwood movable bars. The Sunset Strip venue is covered in tin from a gin mill that was just 500 feet away from the Delta crossroads — the mystical field where Robert Johnson created his famous partnership with the Devil for his soul. Notable acts that have played House of Blues Sunset Strip include the last live performance by Tupac Shakur and Prince with Maceo Parker. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Sunset Strip displays the "Crazy Quilt" and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.        


Ivar Hollywood— 323.465.4827
6356 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028


Jewel's Catch One — 323.734.8849
4067 Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 0019

The history of Jewel's Catch One is legendary. This is the club where Madonna held her CD release party. "Beaches" starring Bette Midler, Keenen Ivory Wayans's, "I'm Gonna Get You Sucker", "BAP" (Black American Princess) starring Hallie Berry, Angela Basset in "I Tina", and Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman", several episodes of "Cold Case", and numerous TV shows and videos have also been shot on the premises.  The Catch has also played host to numerous famous celebrities and politicians, who have graced us with their presence.


Jimmy's Lounge — 323.457.1066
6202 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028


Joseph's of Hollywood — 323.462.8697
1775 Ivar Ave., Hollywood, CA


Key Club — 310.274.5800
9039 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069

Located on an historic site on the Sunset Strip, Key Club is dedicated to being L.A.’s absolute best venue for live music, fine dining, and private events, accommodating guests up to 500 on all levels. With a commitment to quality and service in all we do, our multi-level complex – which includes today’s most advanced audio, video, and lighting technologies, a critically acclaimed restaurant and the exclusive plush club – has set the standard for entertainment venues in the 21st century.


King King Hollywood— 323.960.5765
6553 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028


Knitting Factory — 323.463.0204
7021 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028

The Knitting Factory was founded in 1987 and over the years has grown into Knitting Factory Entertainment, which encompasses four clubs — in Brooklyn, Hollywood, Boise, and Spokane — several record labels and other ventures.


Kress Hollywood — 323.785.5000
6608 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028

The Kress – Known for his innovative and unique style, successful restaurateur and nightlife guru Mike Viscuso has created The Kress as the next Hollywood landmark. The Kress is an upscale dining and entertainment venue which boasts a full service restaurant with a carefully crafted cuisine menu with an Asian flare; a basement level lounge offering live entertainment and dance floor; a third level banquet and event center offering food and service, live entertainment and dance floor; and finally a spectacular design-driven rooftop lounge with cabanas and a 360 degree view of Los Angeles including the legendary Hollywood sign. In 2005, The Kress took over the Frederick’s of Hollywood flagship location and through many delicate phases of unveiling and refurbishing, The Kress maintains the original 1930’s marble stairway, brass railing, ornate Italian-designed ceiling and art deco facade.


Les Deux  323.462.7674
1638 N Las Palmas Ave Hollywood, CA 90028


Mayan Night Club — 213.746.4287
1038 S Hill St Los Angeles, CA 90015


Opera/Crimson — 323.960.3300
1650 Schrader Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90028


Playboy Mansion
10236 Charing Cross Road, Los Angeles, CA 90024


QC`s 20/20 — 213.724.4500
901 N. Via San Clemente, Montebello, CA 90640

At QC's 20/20 you will experience a positive, enthusiastic, pleasant and energetic vibe throughout the night. Join the trendiest crowd from the OC, IE, and LA all partying it up at QC's 20/20.

With the hugest club scene in So Cal, this is definitely one of the ultimate nighttime destinations. Experience the Hollywood scene without all the headaches. Ample dance space with two floors of dancing and a patio lounge to enjoy great beats and drinks. Also, offering Exclusive VIP sections for those wanting to up their party experience.


Red Lion Tavern — 323.662.5337
2366 Glendale Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90039


The ROXY Theatre — 310.278.9457
9009 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

Fans and performers alike will readily tell the tales of their more memorable Roxy experiences. Such is the influence of one of the country’s most legendary and influential music venues. From the Roxy’s 1973 opener featuring Neil Young, to Bruce Springsteen’s now-classic 1975 performances, the history of The Roxy Theatre is paved with icons, whether it was Guns N’ Roses’ pre-stardom shows, Miles Davis, Jane’s Addiction, Pearl Jam, or others. Three decades on, the club has also been a popular performance Mecca for other entertainment, including stage productions, comedy shows, and performance art. Among the club’s unique features are comfortable booth seating, full-service and draft bar, and a menu that features a modest array of dishes to keep appetites satisfied. The Roxy’s open dance floor and superb sound facilities offer fans one of the most intimate entertainment experiences around. There’s also “On The Rox,” an on-site, after-hours facility that has been the setting for some of Hollywood’s hottest parties. Located above The Roxy and overlooking Sunset Blvd., “On The Rox” features its own full-service bar and DJ booth with proprietary sound system. Always in touch with its past, The Roxy lets fans glimpse at the legacy when they enter the club, thanks to an extensive collection of artist performance photos that adorn the club’s walls.


The Conga Room — 213.749.0445
800 W Olympic Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90015


The Abbey — 310.289.8410
692 N Robertson Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

David Cooley is the master at the art of work and play. Over the past 15+ years, his creation, The Abbey Food and Bar, has grown from a small, West Hollywood coffeehouse to one of the most popular hotspots in the country. Locals, tourists and celebrities alike all flock to The Abbey for its famous Martinis as well as its stunning, open-air ambiance and truly relaxed elegance.

The Abbey's most recent 4,000 square-foot expansion (the fifth in 12 years), included the addition of a brand new bar and lounge, now dubbed the Effen Smooth Bar, bringing its total size to approximately 16,000 square feet.  Both AOL CityGuide and Zagat Survey rank The Abbey as THE hot spot in L.A. Such popularity and critical acclaim are a testament to Cooley's drive and entrepreneurial spirit.


The Echoplex — 213.413.8200
1154 Glendale Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026


The Hideout — 310.429.1851
112 W. Channel Road (PCH) Santa Monica, CA 90402

While The Hideout is newer to the scene, its history is what makes this place a legend. Back in the 1930's, Will Rogers and Doc Law used to front the building next door as a pharmacy and it was a speakeasy where The Hideout now stands. Those days, you could find celebrities like Marilyn Monroe and others hanging out. Back then, the two owners and their friends made their marks on the side of an old rowboat, which is still intact and hanging in The Hideout today.

Now almost 75 years later, the once, popular speakeasy, still has its fair share of celebrities making their way in for drinks, but caters mostly to locals and groups looking for a great neighborhood lounge. The neighborhood and the bar itself are both warm and inviting, and the drinks are created by some of LA's best bartenders. We offer a full bar along with some nice wines, import beers and specialty martinis.


The Garter — 310.577.3741
2536 Lincoln Blvd. Venice, CA 90291


The Mint — 323.954.9400
6010 W Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035

When hitting up a nightclub in Los Angeles, one must include the Mint on their list. A local landmark, this Los Angeles nightclub was established in 1937 and is celebrating its 70th year here in 2007. Its best known for its live music and over the years many greats have not only played here, they got their starts by playing The Mint.  Back in the day, the likes of Stevie Wonder, Willie Dixon, Natalie Cole, Ray Charles and more graced its stage and more recently, Ben Harper, Macy Gray, The Wallflowers honed their craft and kicked off their careers playing this Los Angeles night club.  Although live music is what we are known for, many people come to the Mint just to hang out, grab some of our tapas style cuisine and some drinks.    The kitchen is usually open until midnight, there is a full bar and we have beer on tap and a great wine list to suit any palate and budget.


The Music Box — 213.634.1300
6126 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028


The Standard — 213.892.8080
550 S. Flower St. Los Angeles, CA 90071


The Viper Room — 310.358.1881
8852 W Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069


Tiki Ti — 323.669.9381
4427 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90027

When you step into the Tiki-Ti, (some call it the Tiki, the Ti, or sometimes the Tik) it's almost like stepping back in time. The bar is small -- only 12 stools, with a handful of tables against the walls -- but what it lacks in physical size it makes up for in menu size. There are 86 Tropical Drinks on offer, most of which simply can't be found anywhere else. Unfortunately we can't serve up a drink on the web, but we hope you enjoy this web site as we try to give you a little taste of what the Tiki-Ti is like when it is open.


Troubadour — 310.276.6168
9081 Santa Monica Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069

Since opening in 1957, the legendary Troubadour club in West Hollywood has helped launch some of contemporary music's most talented performers. Greats such as Elton John, James Taylor and Tom Waits performed there early in their careers, and it continues to be a destination for cutting-edge acts from around the world.


Vanguard Hollywood — 323.463.3331
6021 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028


Vermont Karaoke & Billiard Bar — 213.385.3337
191 S. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90010


Whisky A Go-Go — 310.652.4202
8901 W. Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

As long as there has been a Los Angeles rock scene, there has been the Whisky A Go-Go. An anchor on the Sunset Strip since it's opening in 1964, the Whisky A Go-Go has played host to rock 'n' roll's most important bands, from the Doors, Janis Joplin, and Led Zeppelin to today's up and coming new artists.


Yatai Asian Tapas Bar — (310) 289-0030
8535 W. Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

For centuries, Asian cities have been home to Yatai, open-air street vendors offering a wide variety of appetizing dishes, goods and services. Yatai are still popular today in many Asian countries.
It is a place to relax, meet with friends, and enjoy great food.
Yatai vendors typically ply their trade in the busiest parts of the city.
Locals, visitors and shoppers alike stop to eat from one of the many
choices offered. Here you can immerse yourself in as many different
cultures as there are foods.

The dishes at Yatai are typically served in small portions to allow you to sample the many different and exotic foods that are offered on our menu. If you really want to experience Asian culture and great food, then Yatai is the place for you.



contact-us la-dine-and-club-facebook la-dine-n-club-twitter about-us

form to live

edgar hernandez

aids lifecycle






home dine club celebs movies news and pics mind and body guest book contact us archives archives breaking artist2 sports archives contact us g-blog about us Locals Sports Bar & Grill review Denise Chacon shane MacGowan