Party Earth Review An experiential Spanish-themed nightclub, Premiere Supper Club combines atmosphere with live performances in a lavish setting inspired by surrealists like Gaudí and Dalí. A décor of archways, crimson velvet curtains, and... ... read full review
1710 North Las Palmas Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Red Line: Hollywood/Highland
Tu, Th–Sa 9pm–2am
Hollywood, Los Angeles –
An experiential Spanish-themed nightclub, Premiere Supper Club combines atmosphere with live performances in a lavish setting inspired by surrealists like Gaudí and Dalí.
A décor of archways, crimson velvet curtains, and stucco walls recalls a Spanish villa, while gothic candlesticks, heavy chains, and statues of saints add a touch of dark mystery.
A wraparound wrought iron balcony overlooks the central Spanish-tile dance floor in the main room, where funky club kids and aspiring actors get sweaty to thumping beats under a giant sixteen-armed octopus chandelier throwing out LED happy faces and other dazzling light effects.
Elevated red leather banquettes around the perimeter offer a place for wannabe models and their beaus to lounge as waitresses in tiny leather and lace ensembles make a show of delivering bottles.
Patrons who prefer to get their own drinks can flit over to the thirty-foot bar just past the arches, while celebs tend to sneak up to the second bar and the booths in the balcony where they can watch the action from a safe distance.
Later in the evening, patrons are joined on the dance floor by performers impersonating everyone from Freddy Krueger to Rocky, while a wayward Tony Montana might take over the balcony and open some fake machine gun fire on the revelers below.
Possibly one of the most theatrical clubs around, Premiere promises an immersive and exclusive experience that adds a touch of drama to a night of dancing, partying, drinking, and flirting.
Hard-partying club kids, models, aspiring actors, and the occasional starlet, early to mid-20s.
DJs spinning Top 40, hip-hop, and house, with more electronic on Tuesdays.
Spanish tapas including escalivada and ajillos, as well as panini, salads, and cured meats. Food can be ordered to go near closing time.
Snacks $2–$7, salads $9.25–$10, small plates $8–$15. Beer $7+, wine $12+, cocktails $12+, bottle service $375–$30,000. Valet $10.
Hip club wear: guys in jeans, button-downs, vests, and vintage kicks, girls in heels, casual skirts, and fashionable tops.
Every night they’re open.
For a great pre-club dinner option, Katsuya (6300 Hollywood Boulevard) has incredible sushi and is just down the street.