Clubbing hotspots in Los Angeles tend to rotate in and out of obscurity on a yearly basis. It’s a good idea to plan ahead when preparing to visit L.A. clubs so that the night isn’t a bust of epic proportions.
The best clubs in Los Angeles are sure to have lines out the door as big bouncers check attire before granting coveted access. To ensure entry, supperclubs like Greystone Manor in West Hollywood and the aptly named Supperclub in Hollywood both allow patrons to stick around for drinks and dancing once the dinner table is cleared.
Party hoppers looking to see some stars on their clubbing adventure can follow Rihanna to raging Hollywood haunts like Eden, Las Palmas, or Playhouse – places the pop sensation frequents on a regular basis.
But sometimes the cab ride to L.A.’s crowded Hollywood clubs can be a bit of a pricy hassle. Those on the West Side who want to stick around the neighborhood hit up V-Lounge in Santa Monica, which fills up with college kids escaping from the nearby UCLA campus. Unlike its Hollywood counterparts, this club has managed to celebrate a few birthdays.
With DJs, dancing, and stilettos galore, the Los Angeles club scene is always vibrant, always evolving, and always memorable when picking the right venue.
Daniel Hogan is a writer at Party Earth - a global media and entertainment company that publishes reviews and listings of the best social experiences around the world including: things to do in Paris, clubs in Los Angeles, beaches in Ibiza, plazas in Rome, bars in NYC, festivals and concerts everywhere, and more.