Gay Clubs in Los Angeles

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Akbar - Gay Bar | Gay Club in Los Angeles.

Party Earth Review Booked nightly with an eclectic mix of music, comedy, and various theme parties, Akbar puts an alternative twist on the traditional gay dive bar. Accents like marble columns, pointed archways, and sultry glowing pendant lamps give a nod to the bar’s regal Indian namesake, though the creative types and music industry folks ... more

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4356 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90029

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The Abbey Food & Bar - Bar | Gay Bar | Gay Club | Lounge | Restaurant in Los Angeles.

Party Earth Review Located at the epicenter of West Hollywood’s gay scene, The Abbey is a high-energy hangout that attracts fun-loving patrons whether they be gay, straight, male, female, young, or old. An expansive church-themed Spanish villa, the venue consists of three indoor areas, four bars, and a spacious patio where stylish partygoers ... more

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692 North Robertson Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069

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LA Gay Clubs Overview

Akbar - Gay Bar | Gay Club in LA

Los Angeles’s gay community has comfortably expanded its borders past its West Hollywood epicenter. Whether chic, outrageous, or just a plain old good time, Los Angeles gay clubs have followed suit, springing up wherever masses of hot young people like to dance – so, basically, all over the place.

In the heart of West Hollywood, The Abbey is a high-energy hangout that attracts fun-loving patrons whether they be gay, straight, male, female, young, or old. An expansive church-themed Spanish villa, the venue consists of three indoor areas, four bars, and a spacious patio where stylish partygoers flock around the bar to meet and greet, or kick back on banquettes to sip one of the many mojitos on offer.

For those who want a scene more hipster than hip, Silver Lake’s Akbar proves that nobody is too cool to dance to Lady GaGa. Booked nightly with an eclectic mix of music, comedy, and various theme parties, Akbar puts an alternative twist on the traditional gay dive bar. Accents like marble columns, pointed archways, and sultry glowing pendant lamps give a nod to the bar’s regal Indian namesake, though the creative types and music industry folks relaxing at the bar or on the banquettes are usually more interested in their pink cosmos and the ever-present local eye candy.

Los Angeles has long been a tolerant gay haven, and the city has been rewarded with a scene so diverse that a club exists for every taste. Whether you’re looking for tacky fun or too-cool-for-school digs, a dance party will likely break out somewhere near you.

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