Party Earth Review Located a good bit west of the centralized club scene that dominates Hollywood, The Beverly Nightclub stands on its own as one of the busiest and hottest nighttime destinations in Los Angeles. Built by the same guys behind... ... read full review
8713 Beverly Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90048
Th, Sa 10pm–2am; Often open other nights for special and private events
West Hollywood, Los Angeles –
Located a good bit west of the centralized club scene that dominates Hollywood, The Beverly Nightclub stands on its own as one of the busiest and hottest nighttime destinations in Los Angeles.
Built by the same guys behind the exclusive Trousdale lounge, the venue is known for welcoming celebrities and affluent partiers looking to get rowdy.
After clearing the velvet ropes, actors, models, and all-around scenesters gather in the enclosed patio out front to smoke, schmooze, and booze before a roaring metal fireplace flanked by two large trees.
Once inside, dolled-up patrons crowd around the brown leather banquettes arranged down the center of the room and along the mirrored walls, while those without a table push their way to the bar in back for a chance to sample the pricey signature liquid nitrogen-infused cocktails created by Top Chef Marcel Vigneron.
A curved wooden ceiling illuminated by the glow of amber lights creates a soft ambiance, ironically juxtaposed against the leather straps hanging above some tables, obviously meant to entice scantily-clad ladies to pull themselves on top of their booths and let loose. Luckily, once the night heats up and temperatures rise, three massive turbines above the bar go into overdrive to keep everyone cool.
For those who aren’t afraid to drop a load of cash on a big night out, The Beverly Nightclub is an ideal haunt for sexy dancing and chic debauchery.
Moneyed professionals, in-the-know tourists, scenesters, celebrities, clubbers, and lots of beautiful women, 20s to 30s.
DJs spin mostly dance and Top 40.
No food. Patrons without table reservations are advised to show up early for a chance of getting in, as lines often form long before The Beverly opens.
Cocktails $11+, bottle service $1040+/on the patio or $2500+/table inside.
Upscale and sexy: short dresses, heels, collared and button-down shirts, slacks, designer jeans.
Any night the venue is open guarantees a scene to be seen.
Bar Centro at the SLS Hotel (465 South La Cienega Boulevard) is a swanky Philippe Starke designed bar featuring cocktail sensations by world-renowned chef José Andrés.