Party Earth Review The sixth installment of a franchise that originated in Amsterdam, the Hollywood version of supperclub has found a fitting home in the historic Vogue Theater, former purveyor of X-rated movies and risqué adult revues... ... read full review
6675 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Red Line: Hollywood/Highland
W–Su 7pm–2am (Pre-dinner cocktails 7–8pm; Dinner 8–10:30pm
Hollywood, Los Angeles –
The sixth installment of a franchise that originated in Amsterdam, the Hollywood version of supperclub has found a fitting home in the historic Vogue Theater, former purveyor of X-rated movies and risqué adult revues.
After an extravagant makeover, the immense space now draws a dapper dinner and club crowd that flocks in to witness avant-garde performances over a delectable meal before joining in on the Euro-style dance scene.
Beginning at 7pm, moneyed club kids and chic showbiz folks step onto the red carpet and into le bar rouge – a red-lit bar area with soaring ceilings, abstract projections, and modern paintings – where they lounge over specialty cocktails in cushy circular booths or mingle at the curved steel bar.
Once the dinner hour rolls around at 8pm, two sets of red velvet curtains part to reveal la salle neige, the stark white main hall where guests remove their shoes and recline in the bed-like booths arranged on two levels around the perimeter, as the chef takes the stage to prepare a surprise four-course meal.
Gorgeous waitresses and a cast of acrobats, contortionists, and belly dancers provide eye candy and entertainment until 10:30pm, when a roster of international DJs, backed by a colossal projection screen, start pumping out house beats that get the hard-charging crowd on its feet in every available space.
A great option for patrons looking for a taste of vintage nightlife with a modern twist, supperclub serves up an eclectic night out marked by generous dollops of flamboyance and flair.
A lively mix of showbiz professionals and affluent club kids, 20s and 30s.
Nightly DJs spin mostly house music with a dash of Top 40 and hip-hop.
Live performers appear throughout the evening, including trapeze acts, acrobats, hula hoop dancers, contortionists, painters, and musicians.
Four-course prix fixe dinner featuring a varying menu of global cuisine prepared with local fresh ingredients. Nightly menu kept secret until served.
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Cover charge $0–$20 after 11pm, varies by night. Prix fixe menu $75. Beer $7+, wine $9+, cocktails $14+, bottle service $350–$6600.
Flashy blend of club attire and boho chic: heels, designer dresses, or hip legwear for girls, and fashionable jeans, button-downs, and the occasional blazer or scarf for guys.
Wednesday’s Graffiti and Glamour night for the hottest crowd, or Fridays and Saturdays for the weekend rush.
Get another show like experience at Premiere Supper Club (1710 North Las Palmas). There won’t be acrobats, but there will be actors dressed up like Tony Montano and Freddy Krueger entertaining the crowds all night.