Party Earth Review True supper clubs must present a high-class image, and even the most diehard club hater would have to admit that Greystone Manor is the picture of opulence. The Hollywood glitterati are known to flock here, enduring a... ... read full review
643 North La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Th, Sa–Su 6pm–2am
Schedule varies due to frequent private and special one-off events
BEVERLY GROVE, LOS ANGELES –
True supper clubs must present a high-class image, and even the most diehard club hater would have to admit that Greystone Manor is the picture of opulence.
The Hollywood glitterati are known to flock here, enduring a barrage of red carpet flashbulbs before joining the rest of the A-listers, hobnobbers, and lucky optimists dressed the part as they descend a grand staircase into the belly of this ornate beast.
Hungry revelers can start the night early with platters of short ribs, pork sliders, and Monster Manor fries, or snack on seasonal shareable plates before the headlining DJ starts whipping it up from his lofty seat.
A steampunk-kissed, neo-Renaissance décor is prevalent throughout, from the brass grommets on the walls and brilliant LED chandeliers to the portholes on the doors and the industrial-meets-fantastical costumes of the dancers and aerialists who move effortlessly through the night’s bedlam.
The VIP booths surrounding the DJ probably offer the best view of the action, although table service booths abound in virtually every nook. Two large bars flanking the center of the room serve traditional libations and handcrafted cocktails, delicately sipped by the expertly airbrushed women listening to their chiseled fellas elaborate on the bulge of their bank accounts.
Global economies may be faltering outside, but within the thick baroque walls of Greystone Manor, it’s always the Golden Age.
Celebrity guests, industry hotshots, trendy club kids, name-droppers, models, scenesters, dapper Hollywood professionals, 20s to mid-30s.
Marquis DJs spin ethereal and powerhouse dance tunes that flow from the state-of-the art Funktion-One sound system.
Choreographed house dancers and aerialists.
Tickets for certain performance nights can be found at SBE TICKETS or at the door if not sold out.
Menu of seasonal shareable plates and larger entrées like short rib platters, calamari, pork sliders, mac and cheese, and pear salad.
Tickets $60–$150 (special performance nights only, check venue calendar). Smaller plates $9–$15+, entrées and shareable plates $15–$35, dessert $7.
Beer $7+, wine 12+, cocktails $11+, bottle service $450–$15,500. Valet $20.
To the nines: tailored shirts, suits, couture dresses, jeweled wrists and necklines, designer cologne.
Any night the venue is open for big-name DJs and a sexy crowd.
Comme Ça (8479 Melrose Avenue) is a French-inspired bistro that serves elegant meals, a good option if Manor’s meal service is full for the night.